It’s exciting times for Australian cinema lovers who love their films foreign and in this case infused with the flavour of France as the Alliance Française French Film Festival has kicked off in Sydney and Melbourne for its 27th Annual season from March 1st to 24th. The festival will also be running in other Australian capitals throughout the coming weeks.
There are a range of special screenings, Q and A’s and other activities for film fans to enjoy throughout the festivals and for a detailed rundown of proceedings we encourage all readers to click on through to the festivals official website listed here below –
We hope you can enjoy some of what the festival has to offer and wish all readers some happy watching ahead!
2016 Alliance Française French Film Festival
Announces ‘une fabuleuse’ Selection for its 27th Season
The nation’s most captivating film event, the Alliance Française French Film Festival, is returning for its 27th annual season in Sydney from the 1st to the 24th of March.
The Festival presents the best in contemporary French Cinema.
This season the Artistic Director has selected a tantalising line-up of 48 films from which to choose. Featuring world-renowned acting talents such as Jean Dujardin, Vincent Cassel, Cecile De France and Audrey Tautou, as well as our national patrons including Academy Award Winner George Miller, renowned film critic David Stratton and television actors Marta Dusseldrop & Ben Wispear.
The festival also includes glamorous opening nights, Q&As and special events with renowned figures of French film, making this an event that is not to be missed.
Dates and venues for the 2016 Alliance Française French Film Festival in Sydney are:
1 – 24 March:
Palace Norton Street
Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace