My French Film Festival
WHAT IS MyFFF ?
My French Film Festival (MyFFF) is a ground-breaking online film festival aiming to highlight the next generation of French filmmakers by showcasing their films to a worldwide audience through the Internet. From January 18th to February 18th 2016 My French Film Festival will be running its 6th edition in 90 countries, including South Africa with an exciting line-up of films on offer on their website www.myfrenchfilmfestival.com/en/
Ten French feature films and ten shorts will be included in the competition section. Viewers around the world are encouraged to rate them to elect the winner of the Audience Prize. The selection includes two Belgian films in competition, a French cinema classic, and two French-Canadian films presented out-of-competition.
Last year’s edition of My French Film Festival was an unprecedented hit, with visitors coming from 205 territories and accounting for four million screenings over a period of one month, via the My French Film Festival website and other partner platforms.
HOW TO WATCH THE FILMS FOR FREE !
If you’re a film lover, amateur or connoisseur come to our corner of the web to discover the best of contemporary French cinema. All you need to get access is to register online and that’s it ! You’re in ! All films are available to watch for free via the My French Film Festival online platform : www.myfrenchfilmfestival.com
> The film selection will be revealed at the official press launch from the Eiffel Tower on the evening of January 17th. It will be available on www.myfrenchfilmfestival.com/en/
WHO IS BEHIND MY FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL ?
My French Film Festival is an initiative of uniFrance Films, the French government agency in charge of promoting French cinema overseas. http://en.unifrance.org/
Website : http://www.myfrenchfilmfestival.com/
Facebook : http://facebook.com/myfrenchfilmfestival
Twitter : www.twitter.com/myfff + hashtag "#MYFFF"
YouTube : http://www.youtube.com/user/MyFrenchFilmFestival
DailyMotion : http://www.dailymotion.com/Myfrenchfilmfestival