Girls suck at math, and soccer...

Centre socio culturel La Capelette's for boys!
Is it so sure? Sometimes a little sentence is enough to dismantle stereotypes...
Screening of the documentary-fiction film 'UNE PETITE PHRASE' (6'), a short film produced by the Polly Maggoo association, in partnership with AMU, as part of the Cinescience Workshops on the theme of gender stereotypes with children from the La Capelette Social Centre (Marseille), under the artistic direction of Romain CHERBONNIER, with the scientific collaboration of Isabelle RÉGNER, University Professor, Vice-President for Equality between Women and Men and the Fight against Discrimination at AMU.

Wednesdays, July 7th & 21st at 9:45pm

Jardin Guy Azaïs - Centre Social La Capelette - 225 Avenue de la Capelette, 13010 Marseille

As part of the " 26th Ciné Plein-Air Marseille " proposed by Cinémas du sud & tilt.

Free screenings

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Une petite phrase' is a film produced in partnership with the Centre social de la Capelette and the Laboratoire de Psychologie Cognitive (Aix-Marseille University / CNRS) with the financial support of the Agence Nationale de la Cohésion des Territoires / Métropole Aix-Marseille Provence / Ville de Marseille.


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Read the article on the film published in the newspaper "La Marseillaise" (page 3) on the occasion of the first issue of "Dossiers de la Transition" (April 2021) devoted to the actions implemented by the University of Aix-Marseille to reduce gender inequalities and fight against stereotypes:

Polly Maggoo Cultural Association Marseille


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