Le French Film Festival Returns to Malaysia this June

The French Film Festival 2022 (LFFF22) is set to offer an immersive experience through award-winning French films, gastronomical events and other cultural offerings.

This year, the festival looks forward to reaching a wider audience through multiculturalism and gender equality for women through movies and music.

This edition is presented by the Alliances Françaises in Kuala Lumpur and Penang as well as the Embassy of France in Malaysia, with the support of two main Gold Sponsors – Cartier and Martell – along with Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC) as a long-standing collaborator and partner.

Ambassador of France to Malaysia, Roland Galharague, said Le French Festival was one of the most vibrant symbols of the solid relationship that has been built between France and Malaysia since 1957.

“After two years of absence, we are very happy to celebrate together this renewal of cultural life and to develop our collaborations with other local institutions,” said Penang Alliance Française director Priscille Lasémillante.

Kuala Lumpur Alliance Française director Violaine Dupic shared that Malaysia and France have always had good relations culturally.

“We are honoured to be able to organise the festival this year and play our part in contributing to the dialogue with Malaysians through our French cultural content.”

LFFF22 will present 21 French films and a kids’ interactive programme – Le Petit Festival – which has a line-up of free movie screenings and paid interactive sessions, such as storytelling.

LFFF22 is also offering a curated selection of 10 French movies under the theme “Bewitching Outsiders”.

“We will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the festival with an inclusive and hands-on programme, with activities for Malaysians of all ages.

“We are particularly excited to showcase how eclectic and unique French cinema still is nowadays.

“Let’s discover, taste, create and dream together and revive the festival,” said Kuala Lumpur Alliance Française cultural coordinator, Asma Manssouri.

Festival enthusiasts can look forward to Le French Film Festival 2022 at the below cities and dates:

  • Kuala Lumpur: 9 June – 26 June
  • Penang: 30 June – 10 July
  • Johor Bahru: 7 July – 10 July
  • Kota Kinabalu: 14 July – 17 July

For those eager to catch any of LFFF22’s films, movie tickets are available starting June 2 via the GSC app, www.gsc.com.my or through e-kiosks in participating GSC cinemas.

For more information, visit www.lefrenchfestival.com.my or facebook.com/lefrenchfestivalmy

Other Exciting Things From LFFF 2022

Malaysians can also anticipate other events involving performing and visual arts, music, gastronomy, and more. LFFF 2022 will feature the most current trends and entertainment from France including:

  • The largest French Film Festival in Malaysia with 21 of the latest award-winning French films (with English subtitles), featuring the movie “Aline”, a hilarious and touching biopic on world-famous singer Céline Dion, played and directed by French stand-up comedian Valérie Lemercier
  • A brand new programme most notably designed for kids with Le Petit Festival
  • “Les Arts de la Table”, “Élans Radieux” and “Le Corbusier” – three exclusive exhibitions which will inspire you with their outstanding aesthetics and prime production
  • Gastronomy-related workshops and events
  • La Fête de la musique – a whole night of music for all tastes in the most joyful and upbeat atmosphere
  •  “Solstice Lunaire” – a unique multi-sensorial concert, bringing together three countries and continents: Malaysia, France and Columbia
  • Electro-Acoustic Latin Jazzy House Performance brought by No Black Tie – an energetic trio who will bring back to life old school jazz-funk disco

Source: https://www.thestar.com.my/
Photo Credit: risemalaysia


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