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Alliance Française Pop-up!

Our Cultural Pop Up is now closed as we will soon be moving to a new permanent location, set to open in early 2025 in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD! Keep an eye out via our website and social media for updates on our popular activities and events which will continue as normal at locations around Melbourne. Sincere thanks to everyone who has attended cultural, educational and festive events, book clubs, games nights and more at our Pop Up over the past 18 months - we have had so much fun and created so many memories.


Trivia - Paris 2024

Introducing our new series of French events in Bendigo!

Event #2
: Join us for a delightful morning of fun and cultural immersion at our Trivia, focusing on the upcoming Paris Olympic Games!

Saturday 27 July 
Bendigo Library

Open to all


Book Club

Vous aimez lire et parler de vos lectures ? Rejoignez-nous pour notre book-club en français ! Visitez notre page dediée pour plus d'infos sur les prochaines sessions.

Prochaine session: 

Mercredi 31 juillet |


Exclusively for current AFM students & members

Partner Events

So Frenchy So Chic: Bastille Day Soirée

Bastille Day Discothèque, an all-French, all-sparkle, all-vibe dance party soirée. 

Saturday 20th July 2024
Meat Market, Blackwood St, North Melbourne

        The Pain of Living: Jean Eustache, Being Cinema

        From 10-24 July, the Melbourne Cinémathèque and ACMI will bring a pivotal French New Wave writer/director's work out of obscurity, presenting a complete retrospective of Jean Eustache's released work for cinema.

        The seasons opens with the early featurette 'Du côté de Robinson' (1964) and the epic 'The Mother and the Whore' (1973), considered by critic Jean-Michel Frodon as “one of the most beautiful French films ever made".

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