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Princeton French Film Festival | Screening of “Coco Farm” (2023)

Sat, 4/20 · 11:00 am1:00 pm · Princeton Public Library (Community Room)

Princeton Film Festival Society
Movie poster for Coco Farm showing a man and three children with many chickens.

As part of the second edition of the Princeton French Film Festival, you’re invited to the free screening of Sebastien Gagné’s lovely and meaningful comedy “Coco Farm” (French: Coco Ferme) (2023).

After his father faces financial struggles, twelve-year-old Max is forced to shut down the pawn shop he operates from his garage and move to a small country town. When Max discovers the world of small-scale farming, the young entrepreneur rallies the help of his cousin Charles, along with local youtuber Alice, to start an egg farming business in Charles’s old decaying barn. The animal-friendly Coco Farm quickly becomes a major hit, but the three partners soon find themselves facing the harsh realities of an industry controlled by mega-sized agribusinesses.

Free and open to everyone upon registration, this screening will take place on Saturday, April 20, 2024 at 11:00 AM (doors open at 10:45 PM) at the Princeton Public Library (1st floor, Community Room) in its original languages (Canadian French & English) with English subtitles.

Check out the Festival’s whole schedule on our website.

Organized in partnership with the Princeton Public Library with the support of the Délégation Générale du Québec.

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