Francophonie Film Festival 2018

Did you know that you could speak French on all five continents? Can a language convey humanist values? What do 84 countries have in common? Do you give your langue au chat ?

To celebrate French language and cultural diversity, the Month of La Francophonie in Ireland, organised by the French Embassy, will showcase from March 1st to April 12th a series of cultural events involving music, literature, film and history along with talks, debates, screenings, concerts and  contests. The Alliance Française Dublin will be hosting many events including the Francophonie Film Festival with free screenings selected by participating embassies:


Egypt   Poland
Sacred Sites
(2016) Monday 5 March – 6.30pm
Curie. The Courage of Knowledge
(2016) Wednesday 7 March – 7pm
Canada   Georgia
La Passion d’Augustine
(2016) Tuesday 13 March – 5.30pm
La Terre éphémère
(2014) Tuesday 20 March – 7pm
Argentina   Lithuania
Sin Hijos
(2015) Wednesday 21 March – 7pm
Book Smugglers
(2011) Monday 26 March – 6.30pm
Belgium   Mexico
Je suis mort mais j’ai des amis
(2015) Wednesday 28 March – 7pm
La Cebra
(2011) Tuesday 10 April – 7pm

Admission free but ticketed. Make sure to book your seat in advance.

All films are presented in original version with English subtitles.

Hosted by the Alliance Française and organised by the Embassies of France, Belgium, Canada, Hungary, Poland, Georgia, Lithuania, Egypt, Mexico and Argentina.

Budapest Noir
(2017) Thursday 12 April – 6pm
1 Kildare Street, Dublin 2
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