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My French Film Festival 2018

With more than 7 million screenings last year across 200 territories, My French Film Festival is a unique online festival of French films. The 9th edition will take place from January 19 to February 19, 2017.

My French Film Festival is the first entirely dematerialised French film festival. Geared towards Internet users worldwide and available for one month, it features a selection of 10 shorts and 10 feature films in competition. The upcoming edition will also include 3 feature films and 5 short films out of competition. All films are subtitled in 10 different languages. Comedies, thrillers, action movies, romances, dramas… the diversity of French cinema will be honoured, offering worldwide visibility to the selected films.

Shorts are free of charge worldwide, while features are payable on demand (€1.99 per film or €7.99 for the pack), except in Africa, Latin America, India, Poland, Romania, Russia, and South Korea where the festival is entirely free of charge.

PROGRAM

What The F…rench!?
La loi de la jungle/Struggle for life (Antonin Peretjatko, France, 2016)
Rock’n Roll (Guillaume Canet, France, 2017)
Willy 1er/Willy the 1st (Ludovic Boukherma, Zoran Boukherma, Marielle Gautier, Hugo P. Thomas, France, 2016)
Belle à croquer/Delectable You (Axel Courtière, France, 2017)
Lazare (Tristan Lhomme, France, 2017)
Le scénariste/The Screenwriter (François Paquay, Belgium, 2017)

Hit the Road!
Ava (Léa Mysius, France, 2017)
Crash Test Aglaé (Eric Gravel, France, 2017)
Avant la fin de l’été/Before Summer Ends (Maryam Goormaghtigh, Switzerland, 2017)
Le film de l’été/The summer Movie (Emmanuel Marre, France, 2017)

Teen Stories
Noces/A Wedding (Stephan Streker, Belgium, 2017)
Swagger (Olivier Babinet, France, 2016)
1:54 (Yan England, Canada, 2017)
Chasse royale (Romane Guéret, Lise Akoka, France, 2016)
L’enfance d’un chef/Birth of a Leader (Antoine de Bary, France, 2016)

French & Furious
Dans la forêt/Into the Forest (Gilles Marchand, France, 2017)
Les derniers Parisiens/Paris Prestige (Hamé, Ekoué, France, 2017)
C’est arrivé près de chez vous/Man Bites Dog (Rémy Belvaux, André Bonzel, Benoît Poelvoorde, Belgium, 1992)
La mort, Père & Fils/Death, Dad & Son (Winshluss, Denis Walgenwitz, France, 2017)
Please Love me Forever (Holy Fatma, France, 2016)
La caresse/The Stroke (Morgane Polanski, France, 2017)

Love “à la Française”
Victoria/In Bed with Victoria (Justine Triet, France, 2016)
Le dernier métro/The Last Metro (François Truffaut, France, 1980)
Noyade interdite/No Drowning (Mélanie Laleu, France, 2016)
Que vive l’empereur/Long Live the Emperor (Aude Léa Rapin, France, 2016)
Le goût du Vietnam/A Taste of Vietnam (Pier-Luc Latulippe, Canada, 2016)
Une robe d’été/A Summer Dress (François Ozon, France, 1997)