Jim Wheeler worked on an interesting French documentary. The talent was local and came into the studio to record a portion of the voice-over, but the director, Fabrice Chiambretto with Anforea Productions, called us on our Gentner lines from France to direct the session.
The film is about Barbara Rose Johns, the American civil rights hero who campaigned for racial integration in public schools. She became part of the historic Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka case which declared segregation unconstitutional.
For all you fluent French speakers out there, you might be able to learn more here. I wouldn't be able to tell you; I haven't made it through my Rosetta Stone discs yet.