The 23rd French Film Festival comes to the Ciné Lumière on the 5th November, hosting a range of screenings of new films and talks from popular French actors, directors and industry.
Highlights from the festival include acclaimed photographer and director Yann Arthus-Bertrand whose latest documentary – an 'ode to the planet' – Human premieres on 7 November, with Bertrand attending the screening. Elsewhere director and actor Félix Moati will attend the sixth feature from Jerôme Bonnell, All About Them (A trois on y va!) about a young ménage à trois.
The festival will see also see emerging talent, from a film debut from Belgian director Savina Dellicour All Cats are Grey, to Stefan Liberski with the intriguing Tokyo Fiancée.
The festival will also be showing Maïwenn’s Mon Roi, a Cannes award-winner for Best Actress which chronicles the tempestuous marriage and stars Emmanuelle Bercot and Vincent Cassel.
Cinephiles and francophiles assemble: the French Film Festival is open for booking now, and the more high-profile events will no doubt sell out quickly – click here to book via the Ciné Lumière.
|What||French Film Festival, Ciné Lumière|
|Where||Institut Français, 17 Queensberry Place , London, SW7 2DT | MAP|
|Nearest tube||South Kensington (underground)|
05 Nov 15 – 12 Nov 15, Various times and dates
|Website||Click here to book via the Ciné Lumière|