This is what I think is going on here: The French keep inventing irresistible breads in order to bring Americans to heel following our exit from the Paris Agreement. When we can no longer fit into our cars, that will go a long way towards mitigating greenhouse gas emissions. The Providence French Film Festival kicks off Friday with a reception and free screening of the 9-minute documentary “We Eat Socca Here” by Scott Petersen.
L’histoire cachée d’une spécialité locale salée, qui ne se trouve que sur la Côte d’Azur et dans la région. La socca jouit d’une importance historique et culturelle dont la portée l’emporte largement sur ses quatre ingrédients simples et rustiques.
You had me at chickpea flour.
PFFF runs February 28 through March 5. General admission tickets $10/students $7. All screenings take place in the Martinos Auditorium at the Granoff Center.
Free opening reception, 7pm to 9pm, Friday, February 28, Granoff Center, 154 Angell Street (directions)