My French Film Festival: an online French film festival to enjoy at home

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My French Film Festival is an online festival with both free and paid French films. In its 12th year, the 2022 edition includes new, not yet released films. Short films are free and feature films are paid and part of a multi-film pack.

My French Film Festival

For EURO 7.99, you get access to 9 feature films and 17 short films. It’s also accessible via Apple TV.


Film categories

The films are divided into seven categories:

  • French & Furious;
  • Bold Youth;
  • Troubled Identities;
  • A cinema of desire;
  • Night Tales;
  • Voyage, voyage; and
  • Kids’ corner


Films included in the My French Film Festival pack

9 feature films

  • All Hands on Deck (À l’abordage)
  • Calamity (Calamity)
  • Honey Cigar (Cigare au miel)
  • Gallant Indies (Indes Galantes)
  • The Lover (L’Amant)
  • The Night Doctor (Médecin de nuit)
  • Playlist (Playlist)
  • The Monopoly of Violence (Un pays qui se tient sage)
  • Madly in Life (Une vie démente)


17 short films

  • Oldschool (À l’ancienne)
  • Astralium (Astralium)
  • Dustin (Dustin)
  • Erratum (Erratum)
  • The Right Words (Haut les cœurs)
  • Hold Me Tight (Hold Me Tight)
  • Horacio (Horacio)
  • The Demons of Dorothy (Les Démons de Dorothy)
  • The Ugly Ducklings (Les Vilains Petits Canards)
  • Love Hurts (Love Hurts)
  • Moon (Lune)
  • Malabar (Malabar)
  • Mido and the Instrumals (Mido et les instrumeaux)
  • Omnibus (Omnibus)
  • Little Bear (Ourse)
  • Treasure (Trésor)
  • Eye for an Eye (Œil pour œil)


Once you purchase your festival pack, you have 30 days to access the films (for the first time). Once you’ve started watching a film, you will have access to that film for 72 hours from when you first viewed it.



WHAT: My French Film Festival, an online French film festival

WHEN: until 14 February

WHERE: online

HOW: View the films and purchase your festival pack here:




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