In one week Australia’s biggest celebration of French film opens with over 40 movies including comedies, classics and award-winning premieres. The Alliance Francaise French Film Festival begins this Monday 5 March in Sydney, and is set to visit Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth for the rest of March and April.
Haute Cuisine opens the festival with a night of food and wine in the company of Dani√®le Mazet-Delpeuch, the former President Fran√ßois Mitterrand’s private chef whose life inspired the film. The 2013 program includes something for everyone, with categories ranging from ‚ÄòLove is all around’ to ‚ÄòWhen art goes to cinema’ and even ‚ÄòBring your kids’.
World Movies recommends the new Xavier Dolan film Laurence Anyways, about a teacher whose decision to have a sex change shocks his family and friends, and the delightful romantic comedy Fly Me To The Moon starring Diane Kruger.
Granny’s Funeral is the hilarious mid-life-crisis farce that had its debut at Cannes Film Festival and stars an ensemble of France’s finest actors, and the AFFFF closes with a premiere screening of the 1945 classic Children of Paradise.
We have 30 double passes to giveaway, valued at $39 each and valid in NSW, Victoria, ACT, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia. To enter simply email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us which film you’re most excited about in the 2013 line-up.
For more information and tickets to the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival visit the website.
Please include your full name and address. Competition closes this Thursday 28 February.