Francophiles, rejoice. The University of Virginia’s Department of French Language and Literature is holding its annual Tournées Francophone Film Festival from February 19-22. With a grant from the French Embassy and the French Ministry of Culture, the French department is able to offer free screenings open to the general public. (The exception is the final film, “Rêves de Poussière,” which is being shown in partnership OFFScreen, where tickets are priced at $3.) All movies are in French, with English subtitles, and a moderator will lead discussion after each film. Here’s the line-up: “Dans Paris,” by Christophe Honoré (2007); “Frantz Fanon: Sa Vie, Son Combat, Son Travail,” by Cheikh Djamai (2004); “La Question Humaine,” by Nicolas Klotz (2006); “La Faute a Fidel,” by Julie Gavras (2006); and “Rêves de Poussière,” by Laurant Salgues (2006).