The films will be available starting on 13 January on the MyFrenchFilmFestival.com platform as well as on 70 partner platforms around the world.
Short films will be available worldwide at no charge. For feature films, viewers can either pay €1.99 per film or opt for an all-inclusive fee of €7.99 for unlimited access*. The full festival programme will be offered free of charge in Africa, Latin America, South Korea, South-East Asia, Ukraine, Romania, and Russia/CIS.
Discover the selection and the trailer for the 13th edition of the festival!
1 - Discover characters who boldly and brilliantly stand up against the absurdity and insecurity of today’s world, throught the selection Doing It Their Way.
2 - Play, create, perform, write: for the French, there is no ‘impossible’! Discover it through our selection France Has Got Talent.
3 - Experiencing desire, exile, danger, and compulsion mean the end of a child’s innocence in Kids Turned Out Fine selection.
4 - The many faces of seduction: Anatolia in the 1980s, from inhibition to experiencing unbridled passion. Discover the Under Your Spell selection.
5 - Faces + Places: Places define who we are… unless it’s the people who bring soul to the places they live in.
6 - When words lose their meaning, silence speaks volumes! You'll see when watching the short films composing the Enjoy the Silence selection !
The International Jury
Once again, the festival welcomes a prestigious international jury who will decide upon the winner of the Grand Prix for a feature film in competition. The Grand Prix includes €15,000 in prize money (for the director, producer, and international distributor).
The International Press Jury
Comprised of foreign journalists, the International Press Jury will vote on the best in-competition feature and short films.
- Foteini Alevra, Athens Voice (Greece)
- Émilie Gambade, Maverick Life (South Africa)
- Kong Rithdee, The Bangkok Post (Thaïland)
- Marcelo Stiletano, La Nacion (Argentina)
- Aramide Tinubu, journaliste freelance (United States)
- Larisa Turea, Timpul (Moldavia)
- Albert Zagt, journaliste freelance (The Netherlands)
Latest update : 06 January 2023 à 13:02 CET