The Eau Gallie Arts District Main Streets First Friday will host Foosaner Art Museum's 3rd Annual French Film Festival on Friday, April 3 as part of their monthly First Friday Gallery Walk event.
The festival's theme, April in Paris, will go well with what's planned as an outdoor festival and screening of the French classic White Mane. The public is invited to come out and enjoy a free film under the stars, French food vendors and wines, shopping, live music and hands-on art activities. The film screening begins at 8:30 p.m. in Eau Gallie Square. Food will be provided by The Crepe Company, La Macaron French Pastries Melbourne, and Continental Flambe. Wine will be provided by Green Turtle Market, craft beer by Intracoastal Brewing Company, and espresso by Cosmic Caf. Music performances will include classical artists from the Brevard Symphony Orchestra and Paul Anquez, a pianist and composer from the Paris Conservatory, who is currently serving a spring residency at Florida Institute of Technology. The film festival continues through April 17 with screenings in the Foosaner Art Museums Harris Auditorium. New this year, a Festival Pass will be available for patrons wishing to attend all of the films shown in the Harris Auditorium. The pass is $15 for members and $20 for non-members, and pass holders will also receive reserved seating and complimentary popcorn at each screening. To purchase tickets, visit the museums website under the events section. Supply is limited. For questions or complete details about April in Paris visit their official website. The festival is a partnership of Florida Institute of Technology's Foosaner Art Museum, Brevard Parks and Recreation and the Eau Gallie Arts District Main Street.