Two meetings not to be missed at the Tence Cinema, in very different registers that keep the news up to date.
Wednesday, May 11th 20:30 The screening of Eran Colirin’s film “And There Was the Morning” is offered as part of the 7th Palestinian en vue festival. The show will be followed by an exchange with Jo Vaillé, a member of the ERAP Association (Echanges Rhône Alpes Auvergne Palestine).
Friday, May 20 20:30 Screening of the Macedonian documentary “Honeyland”. Tamara Kotevska, Lubomir Stefanov, is registering World Bee Day news. The film will be screened in the presence of Charlie Gay, beekeeper Yssingeaux, who will tell about his trip.
Peasant life in Yssingeaux
With a PhD (Bac + 8) in Future Energy Systems, Charlie Gay has terminated his contract as an engineer with the Center for Scientific and Technical Construction (CSTB) in Sofia, near Antibes (Alps-Maritimes). to Live a Farmer’s Life in Yssingeaux | A well-thought-out, mature and carefully prepared choice to change your life in three years.
Light years from Sofia Antipolis
In recent months, new labels with the word “organic” have appeared on the markets in the Yssingelais sector and on the Amap (Farmers’ Association). Les Douceurs des Sucs already offers honey, potatoes, birch sap in season and soon red fruit. A professional outdoor environment, far from what he experienced in his first job.
The full program of the Tence cinema can be found here: https://www.cc-hautlignon.fr/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Programme-mai-2022.pdf
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