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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 Switzerland. 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.
7,000 spectators attend the festival each year.
For feature films only
Contact at uniFrance Films: Maria Manthoulis
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