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The French Film Festival notches up its 22nd edition in 2014, expanding to new cities, including Newcastle's Tyneside Cinema and running from November 7 to December 7.
Among the highlights of this year's festival are a tribute to Alain Resnais, with his first and last features - Hiroshima Mon Amour and Life Of Riley - both showing. The Barbican in London will host a CineConcert event of Studies On Paris and there will also be a commemoration of the First World War Centenary, with films showing including Wooden Crosses and Life And Nothing But. A selection of short films will also screen.
In addition to Newcastle, the Festival's key venues are: Glasgow Film Theatre, Edinburgh Filmhouse, London CinéLumière, Warwick Arts Centre, Dundee DCA, Inverness Eden Court, Kirkcaldy Adam Smith, Aberdeen Belmont and York City Screen Picturehouse.
View Films by Strand:
- Alain Resnais Tribute
- Discovery Horizons
- First World War Centenary
- Panorama Horizons
- Paris City Of Cinema
View previous years coverage of the French Film Festival festival:
French Latest Reviews
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Between his friends and the family business, Arnaud’s summer looks set to be a peaceful one. Peaceful until he runs into Madeleine, as beautiful as she is brusque.
After a herdsman accidentally kills someone, he finds himself a victim of Sharia law fundamentalists.
A group of close friends discover that one of them only has a few months to live.
A woman alone on her birthday heads for adventure in Marseille.
The adventures of a boy, his grand-dad and a runaway dog in the French Alps during the German occupation
A young wolf and his best friend, a rabbit, go in search of his heritage in a country of carnivorous hunters
A loner teacher finds his life changed by an encounter with a single mum.
Life, cracked ceilings, friendship and despondency in a Parisian apartment block
The lady judge is guilty of sexual discrepancy but what has the most hated criminal in France got to do with it?
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