The vibrant and colorful way of presenting cultural and historical stories is what that makes French cinema different from the others. Also believed to be the birthplace of films, France is known for its significant contribution to the industries since ages. From silver screen pioneers to the new leading generation, French cinema is always known for its enthralling history. French makers have given a new mold to the filmmaking in all around the world.
Known to produce more than 200 films every year, France holds a very important position in the film industry. Half of the movies of the country are co-produced with others, whereas only a few of them are shared at the international level. The eloquent level of sophistication, breadth, and quality in the movies makes French cinema a recognized industry. Below are some of the best known French Film Festival held in all around the world in the year 2017 for celebrating and to cheer cinema in France.
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1. Cannes Film Festival
Held from 17 May to 28 May in 2017, Festival de Cannes is one of the internationally recognized and important film festival that is held every year to encourage the films for their worldwide impact. The main motive of the festival is to draw the attention of the people from all across the world towards the films that have greatly worked for raising the standard of the industry and to celebrate its success at the international platform. Another motive of the festival is to look for new talents, as a team of talent scouts travels all across the world to bring to light the promising directors.
Not to mention, the ‘Red carpet’ is the one that draws major attention, as it serves as an opportunity to welcome the renowned artists equally and in a stylish way.
2. Alliance Française Film Festival
Founded in the year 1883 in The City of Light, Paris, Alliance Française Film Festival is popular for promoting the taste of French culture and its language. It is one of the main film festivals of Australia that is jointly organized by Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Brisbane, and Canberra along with French Embassy. Being a largest foreign festival, Alliance Française showcase the popular French films from genres including comedy, actions, animation, documentaries, thriller, and children films to suit the taste of everyone. The 29th year of the festival in 2017 was incredibly prolific for the cinema in France.
3. Sacramento French Film Festival
Sacramento French Film Festival is based on an exclusive cultural occasion that is held every year in summers to bring together the people of French cinema and culture. In 2017, the festival was held from 16 June to 25 June at Crest Theatre in Downtown Sacramento. Being held since last 13 years, the festival contributes to commemorate the historical and contemporary French cinema. It also promotes the friendly relationship between France and America through a universal art language. The festival premier latest films, rediscover classic and present short French films produced by Sacramento artists. Apart from this, other events are also organized throughout the year including a Fall Mini Fest and Winter Short Film Screening.
For all those who are passionate about movies, MyFrenchFilmFestival.com can be the best way to soothe your eyes with the great films. The seventh edition of the festival was held from 13 January to 13 February in 2017. The festival serves as a platform to promote the talent of upcoming French filmmakers by enabling them to highlight their film online to impart the knowledge and art of French cinema across the world. The festival selects ten French short and feature films, two French-Canadian films, two Belgian films, and French-language Swiss films that can be accessed in all the counties through a particular platform. It then allows all the internet users to rate the movie and comment about them on the website.
You will be happy to know that in all the countries the short films can be viewed free of cost. The website also provides few free services to view the films in some countries. The festival awards three winners on the closing day.