A Village Called Versailles Screening and Tea

Originally posted on http://yalepaec.blogspot.com/

The Vietnamese Student’s Association will be hosting as part of the AACC Film Festival a screening of A Village Called Versailles, an inspiring documentary about a Vietnamese community in New Orleans and the obstacles they faced in rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina. Before the screening there will be a Chaplain’s Tea and dinner with Father Vien who was featured in the film. Afterward there will be a Q&A session with Father Vien and the film’s director. These event are cosponsored by the Yale South East Asian Studies Council, ALIVE, and the Chaplain’s Office and it was organized by senior Xuan Nguyen as part of her thesis.

Wednesday, March 31st
4pm Chaplain’s Tea w/ Father Vien in Golden Center
5pm Dinner w/ Father Vien in Pierson
7pm A Village Called Versailles Screening + Q&A w/ director and Father Vien in Golden Center

Please send an email to xuan.nguyen@yale.edu to reserve your spot for the dinner.