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Berlin French Film Week

Berlin French Film Week

Type : UniFrance festival
Theme : French films
Location : Germany
Period : November, December

    Festival years (10)

    Event presentation

    The Berlin French Film Week, founded as part of an initiative launched by the French Institute in 2000, is a competitive festival organized by the French Embassy in Germany in collaboration with uniFrance Films and the Yorck Kino group.

    This festival showcases around thirty films, including a dozen titles presented in preview screenings, some of these from Quebec, Belgium and Africa. Films selected include productions presented by German distributors, who use the event as a launching pad in the lead-up to fheir films' commercial release, as well as the latest French films yet to find a buyer.

    9,000 spectators attend the festival each year.

    The team (2)

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    For feature films only

    Contact UniFrance: Maria Manthoulis

    Registration conditions for short films

    UniFrance contacts at this event : Claire Willemin

    Videos (3)


    Berlin French Film Week - 2019

    Save the date for the 19th Berlin French Film Week / Rendez-vous à la 19e Semaine du Cinéma f [...]

    From November 27 through December 4, and for the nineteenth year running, the Institut Français in Berlin and UniFrance will offer audiences in the German capital the chance to celebrate French cinema at the Berlin French Film Week, which will feature an exciting array of events and numerous festival guests.

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    Berlin French Film Week - 2017

    17th Berlin French Film Week / 17e Semaine du Cinéma Français à Berlin - Trailer

    Watch the trailer for this event, which will take place in the German capital from November 29 through December 6, 2017, co-organized by the Institut Français and UniFrance.

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