UL Lafayette's Friends of the Humanities and the College of Liberal Arts will offer a series of free films on campus: "Images of South Louisiana in FiIm: Responsibility in Representation."
The films will be shown once a month on Sunday afternoons at 3 p.m. at James R. Oliver Hall (near Fletcher and Rougeau Halls). The third film will be:
Sunday, March 16 - "The Good Times Are Killing Me" (TVTV/Paul Goldsmith and others, 1975, 58 minutes)
The film showings are open to the public.
This five-session series explores regional culture through film over more than 70 years.
The films will be presented by Dr. Barry Ancelet, head of the Department of Modern Languages at the University. He is also a professor and the Granger & Debaillon endowed professor in Francophone Studies.