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FFF UK - French Film Festival UK (Edinburgh)

EN/ The French Film Festival began in 1992 in a modest way in two Scottish cities, Edinburgh and Glasgow and gradually has grown to encompass many key locations throughout the UK from Dundee and Kirkcaldy to Inverness and Aberdeen as well as London, Bristol, Warwick and Manchester. The festival presents a wide spectrum of French-language cinema from major hits to cutting edge new directors and classics and retrospectives. Originally the FFF was created by two film journalists Richard Mowe and Allan Hunter, the latter now co-director of the burgeoning Glasgow Film Festival. Mowe is now director of the FFF with Ilona Morison as deputy director. The festival’s supporters include Creative Scotland, Institut français, Alliance francaise, the French Embassy, Total, TV5, Regional Screen Scotland, Wallonie-Bruxelles Images; SODEC; The Caledonian (A Waldorf Astoria Hotel), Sofitel, Novotel and many other funders and sponsors. 

Type : Festival

Période : Novembre

Deadline : Janvier

Prioritaire : Non




Long métrage / Fiction