Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Alliance Française French Film Festival 2012, c’est parti!

Le Dernier Métro
The program for the 2012 Alliance Française French Film Festival is now online! And this year’s crop looks nothing short of stunning, including such delights as Les Émotifs Anonymes (a romantic comedy about chocolatiers, à voir!), the Dany Boon box office hit Rien à Declarer et Truffaut’s must-see classic Le Dernier Métro.

A personal note: as someone who goes a teenie bit weak for cute, funny children’s films, I heartily recommend L’elève Ducobo! Based on the well known French comic, Ducoboo (as it’s known in the anglophone world) is a laugh-filled adventure tale of a boy whose objective in life is to avoid all homework.

Interested in seeing a film at the festival for free? Bien sûr que oui! Anyone keen to write a review for the website will be granted such a reward! Be in touch with Raphaël for more details.

When? 7 to 25 March.
Where? Palace Cinema Como, Palace Balwyn, Palace Westgarth, Palace Brighton Bay and Kino Cinemas.
How much? Alliance Française de Melbourne & Palace Movie Club members $15, Concession $16, Adult $19. Bookings and all enquiries:
More info? Alliance Française French Film Festival website.

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