The 72nd edition of the Venice International Film Festival , the oldest film festival in the world, boasts no less than 23 French films (37 films when minority French productions are included). The festival will run from September 2 through 12, 2015.
A record year for French cinema at the Venice Film Festival!
French Film Festival in Bienne unveils its program
UniFrance, a partner of the Festival d'Angoulême
The Festival du Film Francophone d’Angoulême, created by Dominique Besnehard & Marie-France Brière, and which has since become a key event, takes place this year from August 25 through 30, and UniFrance films is proud to be associated with the eighth edition.
Bumper year for French cinema at TIFF 2015
With 44 films selected (72 if minority French coproductions are included), 57 artists present (among whom Claude Lelouch, Jean Dujardin, Elsa Zylberstein, Catherine Corsini, Claire Denis, Diane Kruger, Jean-Paul Rappeneau, Mathieu Amalric, Dany Boon, and Julie Delpy) and 68 exporters, French cinemas confirms a leading presence in Toronto for the next TIFF, which will take place from September 10 through 20, 2015.
French films receive awards at the Locarno Film Festival
Five French (co)productions were awarded at the 68th Locarno International Film Festival, which closed Saturday August 15.
Strong French presence at the upcoming Venice Film Festival
Directors Christian Vincent, Xavier Giannoli, Nicolas Saada, and Samuel Collardey will present their new films at the 72nd Venice International Film Festival, to be held from September 2 through 12, 2015.