Le Trésor de la Langue is a short documentary about the persisting presence of the French language in Louisiana. Presented in French with English subtitles, the film was created as part of a class at the Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts. The crew traveled across Louisiana, interviewing more than 15 French-speaking people in the state. The film focuses on the rich past, unstable present, and questionable future of the language, which is struggling to remain vital in an increasingly globalized, English-dominated world. Directed by Joe Hackman. Cinematography by Katie Aldworth.