French film festival – online!

January 17, 2011

Hi!

Another tip I have for you (which I will have to thank Ron Orp for!) is the French online film festival.

“…

is an innovative concept, a new way of sharing your love of French cinema with Internet users all over the world. For the first time, an entirely dematerialised festival enables you to vote for your favourite film. Don’t hesitate to make your voice heard!

When?

From 14-29 January 2011, film lovers all over the world will be able to access all the films proposed by the 1st edition of the online French Film Festival.

The principle

Ten features and ten shortsby young French creators are in competition. You are invited to vote for your favourite films and leave your comments on the website.

How

The festival is available in 10 languages. Both the Internet website and films (available via video-on-demand for a fee) are accessible inGermanEnglishArabicSpanish,FrenchItalianJapanesePortuguese, et Russian. The Korean version is available on the website of our partner in Korea,KT. As of the opening of the website My French Film Festival, you’ll be able to watch free of charge the films’ trailers as well as exclusive interviews with the directors and casts.

Prize-winners

Six prizes will be awarded at the end of the festival (three for features, three for shorts): the Internet Users Prize, the Foreign Bloggers Prize, and the International Press Prize. The winning feature films will be shown on board all Air France planes as of 1 April 2011 for a duration of 6 to 9 months.

Rates

Worldwide:

  • Rental of a feature film: 1.99€
  • Rental of a short: 0.99€
  • Features pack: 9.99€ for access to eleven features
  • Shorts pack: 4.99€ for access to ten shorts
  • Full Access pack: 13,99€ (access to entire programming of the festival)

In France :

  • Rental of a feature film: 3.99€
  • Rental of a short: 0.99€
  • Features pack: 24.99€ for access to the seven feature films available in France
  • Shorts pack: 4.99€ for access to ten shorts
  • Full Access pack: 27.99 € (access to entire programming of the festival)

All the festival’s films are accessible free of charge in Russia and Latin American countries.”

So if you enjoy French films and have a spare moment, please check this out – it is very impressive!

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