Until April 27, MyFrenchFilmFestival - Stay Home edition offers more than 50 short films, to discover or rediscover the best of short films from the last ten editions of MyFrenchFilmFestival.
Grouped into six themes - Family affair, Kids corner, Love & Feelings, Portraits of women, Teen spirit and What’s going on – these short films are available worldwide and with subtitles in many languages.
The Institut français is joining forces with MyFrenchFilmFestival - Stay Home edition alongside UniFrance. The Kids corner section has been enriched with 9 short films without words for young audiences:
- Rumeur, by Frits Standaer, 2011
- Fables en délire : La poule, l’éléphant et l’œuf, by Fabrice Luang-Vija, 2011
- Minoule, by Nicolas Bianco-Levrin, 2014
- Le Petit bonhomme de poche, by Ana Chubinidze, 2016
- La Moufle, by Clémentine Robach 2014
- Nicolas et Guillemette, by Virginie Taravel, 2008
- Oktapodi, by Julien Bocabeille, François-Xavier Chanioux, 2007
- Bonhommes, by Cecilia Marreiros Marum, 2004
- La Migration bigouden, by Alexandre Heboyan, Eric Castaing, 2004.
The Institut français also enriched the subtitle offer: subtitling in Turkish and Ukrainian for Le Dernier des Cefrans, by Pierre-Emmanuel Urcun (2015), in Slovak for In the deep waters by Sarah Van Den Boom (2014), Un grand silence by Julie Gourdain (2016) and Molii, by Hakim Zouhani, Yassine Qnia, Carine May, Mourad Boudaoud (2013).
The Institut français is a partner of MyFrenchFilmFestival, which takes place every year from mid-January to mid-February, like the 10th edition which took place from January 16 to February 16, 2020.
The short films offered by the French Institute as part of MyFrenchFilmFestival - Stay Home edition are part of the catalog of films broadcast internationally by the Institut français through the French cultural network and its partners on its IFcinéma platform.
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