The much anticipated Le French Film Festival 2022 returns with award-winning films and not-to-be missed activities!
The Alliances Françaises in Malaysia will be at the forefront of the cultural scene with the highly anticipated Le French Film Festival 2022 (LFFF22)! From June to July, LFFF22 is set to bring all five of our senses on an immersive experience through captivating events highlighting award-winning French films, mouth-watering gastronomy, exquisite culture and more.
After a two-year hiatus, this 20th edition of LFFF22 will reach over tens of thousands of aficionados from Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru and Kota Kinabalu. Families, French enthusiasts, movie buffs, and foodies among others can expect the programmes from this festival to leave a memorable mark from beginning till the end.
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
Since 2001, Le French Festival is an eagerly anticipated event on the annual Malaysian cultural agenda. A privileged platform of expression for French arts and a momentum for cultural exchanges, the festival showcases various artistic fields encompassing cinema, performing arts, visual arts and gastronomy – each of them featuring both emerging and renowned artists. This eclectic programing has allowed the festival to gather a wide audience of about 13,000 patrons in 2019.
The French Film Festival, the largest European film festival in Malaysia, presents each year a selection of the best contemporary releases in participating Golden Screen Cinemas halls. Organised by Alliance Française and the Embassy of France in Malaysia, and supported by the Institut Français, the festival is, as it has been since its debut, presented by Pernod Ricard. With the roots and cornerstone of the festival being the Film Festival in partnership with Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC), the Film Festival is presented in 4 cities: KL, Penang, Kota Kinabalu and Johor Bahru.
Such a programme is possible thanks to the constant support of sponsors, partner organisations, volunteers and of the audience whose commitment to stand beside the organisers shall be underlined.