2019 Alliance Française French Film Festival
6 March - 10 April
The Alliance Française French Film Festival returns for 2019!
This year marks the momentous 30 year anniversary of one of Melbourne's most loved festivals that has been bringing the best of contemporary French cinema to Australia since 1989.
Screening across Palace Cinemas in Melbourne from the 6th of March to the 10th of April, the Festival boasts a superlative line-up of 54 features and documentaries – the biggest in its proud history. The festival will show case the latest releases to come out of France, highlighting the talent and uniqueness of cinéma français. Featuring the likes of Yann Gonzalez, Mikhaël Hers, Coralie Fargeat, Jeanne Herry... alongside those who inspired them, Claire Denis, Jean-Luc Godard, Olivier Assayas, Jacques Audiard and more. This year’s dynamic selection also delivers a broad and diverse vision of contemporary issues, such as social justice, gender equality or ecology...
The internationally renowned event – acknowledged as the largest festival of French cinema outside of France, will also present a selection of outstanding movies from Belgium, Canada and Switzerland.
Among the innumerable delights you will find a variety of special events: enjoy your film with a side of something French to eat and drink before the screening, or with a fascinating discussion at one of our Q&A sessions.
Visit the official website here
Three films have been selected as special school screenings:
Dilili in Paris
Asterix: the secret of the magic potion
In your Hands
Remi, Nobody's Boy
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