Alliance Française French Film Festival wowing NZ audiences [fr]

Until April 12, the 11th edition of the Alliance Française French Film Festival is once again showing the best of French cinema on New Zealand screens.

March 1 marked the opening of the Alliance Française French Film Festival. A large crowd gathered for the screening of The Odyssey, which dives into the story of Jacques-Yves Cousteau who spent his life exploring the deep sea worldwide.

The popularity of the Alliance Française French Film Festival keeps growing year after year. The Embassy of France is a proud partner of the festival, which will screen in 13 New Zealand theatres in 12 cities across the country.

Young and adult audiences have been enjoying the festival’s latest selection of over 40 distinctive and distinctively French movies. The full lineup is available on the festival website.

The festival is still running in Christchurch, Timaru, Palmerston North, New Plymouth, Hamilton, Havelock North and Dunedin, after drawing to a close in Auckland, Wellington and Nelson on March 22.

You can book your tickets online. Enjoy the film(s)!

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Raynald Belay (Head of the Scientific and Cultural Office), French Ambassador, Florence Jeanblanc-Risler and Dorothée Basel (Festival Director) at the opening
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Dernière modification : 26/04/2017

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