Cinéfranco, Francophone Film Festival – March 28 – April 6, 2014 [fr]
Cinéfranco, the Francophone Film Festival, returns from March 28 to April 6 at The Royal theatre in Toronto. French cinema is well represented in this 17th edition with 21 features and 2 shorts.
Cinéfranco is the most important International Francophone Film Festival in English Canada. It has become an essential spring event for movie lovers and Francophone film enthusiasts. This 17th edition will include 30 features and 10 shorts from all around the world.
French cinema lovers will be satisfied with this year selection. With screenings such as “Angelique” for adventures, “Back in Crime” for suspense, “9 month stretch” and “Quai d’Orsay” for fun, and the moving “Suzanne”, and many more, the festival offers a highlight of French film production from recent months.
Alain Minier, the director of the film “Jo’s neighborhood’, is invited by the French consulate in Toronto as part of the Festival. He will present his film on Tuesday, April 1st at 8:30pm. The producer Michel Robin will be attending the event as well. The director of the film “The marchers” Nabil Ben Yadir will also attend the Festival for the screening of his film on Saturday, April 5 at 8:40pm. He will present his dramedy that was released in France in 2013 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the march against racism.
The consulate is giving away a pair of tickets for the film of your choice. To enter our contest, please visit our Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/france.toronto
The full list of the screenings is available on Cinéfranco: http://2014.cinefranco.com/fr/