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The 19th edition of the French Film Festival will run from November 9 to December 4, 2011. It will open with Romantics Anonymous.
It aims to showcase the best of the year's French cinema, and Christophe Honoré will be among this year's guests of honour.
Opening in Edinburgh, The FFF UK will screen in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester, Warwick plus Aberdeen, Dundee, Inverness, Stirling, Dumfries and for the first time Bo'ness (at the recently restored Hippodrome).
View Films by Strand:
- Chabrol in Brittany
- Christophe Honoré Showcase
- Discovery Horizons
- Panorama Horizons
- Sounds Of Silence
View previous years coverage of the French Film Festival festival:
French Latest Reviews
A French musical about the contrasting romantic experiences of a mother and daughter.
Marie Deschamps, a 20 year old French-Canadian girl, quits college to go travel and learn English in Western Canada.
A schoolboy tries to cope with his parent's trial separation and win over the girl of his dreams.
A cat with a double life becomes embroiled in a tale of animated adventure on the rooftops of Paris.
Coming-of-age yarn which takes a cue from Mark Twain and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
Anarchic comedy involving a fairy and a receptionist at a seaside hotel.
Two pathologically shy neurotics connect through a love of chocolate.
A touching portrayal of love against the odds.
An exceedingly French musical about a menage a trois in Paris.
Love, sex, suicide and depression filmed Truffaut style.
French Film Festival Features
French Film Festival News
Hidden in plain sight Joanna Coates on Hide And Seek.
Inside Jeunet's box of tricks From boyhood puppets to 3D.
Egoyan on the sombre side Director finds inspiration close to home.
Why Nicole would always choose love Cannes opening star on her highs and lows.
Lone wolf John Jarrett on murder, mayhem and Wolf Creek 2.
A red carpet night for The Unknown Known Errol Morris and the stars come out for Donald Rumsfeld documentary.
The making of a Minister Bertrand Tavernier on Quai D'Orsay.
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