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Celebrating its 15th year in 2007, the French Film Festival aims to "make the industry aware of the potential of films beyond the chosen few due for release". Unlike the Rendez-Vous with French cinema event in London which focuses purely on films about to be released in the UK.
This year, the festival features a retrospective of director Christian Vincent, and also films by established directors Claude Chabrol and Costa-Gavra alongside rising new directorial stars Emmanuelle Bercot, or Emmanuel Mouret.
The festival kicks off in Glasgow on April 15th, moving to Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen, Manchester & London.
View previous years coverage of the French Film Festival festival:
French Latest Reviews
It's murder to find a job in France.
Culture clash comedy on a holiday campsite.
Fifties spoof sees not-so-super spy go on a mission to Cairo.
The first motorised special police unit in Paris before the Great War contains terrorism, uncovers corruption and falls under the spell of a Russian princess.
Investigating fraud amongst France's fattest fat cats.
A disparate group of Parisians rehearse a play that is trying to be typically French.
Twenty different glimpses of Paris.
Unrequited love in Paris.
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