• Date and time: Monday 10 June 2019, 7pm to 9pm
  • Location: K133, King's Manor, University of York (Map)
  • Audience: Open to the public
  • Admission: Free admission, booking required

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From chefs and sous chefs to sommelières and activists, discover how innovative women working in the food world are using gastronomy to change perceptions of the role of women in society.

Join us for a special screening of Vérane Frédiani’s documentary, The Goddesses of Food (A la recherche des femmes chefs), which includes interviews with women from across the world who are pioneers in haute gastronomy, restaurants, and wine and food professions.

The film, which will be screened in French with English subtitles, is presented in collaboration with Ciné Lumière, part of the Institut français du Royaume-Uni in London. The Festival also includes a film screening of Carole Roussopoulos, Une Femme à la Caméra on Tuesday 11 June.

You may also be interested in Fighting for Women’s Rights in France and the UK on Friday 14 June, and A Date with History: Fashion, Food and Feminism on Saturday 15 June.

 

The Institut français du Royaume-Uni

Part of a worldwide network, the Institut français in London encourages cross-cultural exchange and presents the best of French culture. Enjoy their wide offer: French courses (online or in-house), film screenings, library collections, children’s activities, festivals, talks and concerts. Find out more at institut-francais.org.uk

 

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  • Not wheelchair accessible