22nd French Film Festival at Bonifacio High Street and Greenbelt 3 from June 9-17, 2017

22nd French Film Festival at Ayala Cinemas
The land of romance, Ayala Malls Cinemas brings a slice of the good life from France with the ongoing 22nd French Film Festival from June 9 until June 17 being held at both Greenbelt 3 and Bonifacio High Street cinemas. Ticket prices will be at P100 only. Additionally, free public outdoor screenings will also be available at Circuit Makati on June 17 and 18. The film festival is in cooperation with the Embassy of France in the Philippines, Institut Français, the Alliance Français de Manille and Cebu and the Film Development Council of the Philippines. The French Film Festival showcases twelve (12) critically-acclaimed full-length films featuring the French’s charming culture. Full details of participants and schedules for French Film Festival are available below:
22nd French Film Festival - Greenbelt 3

1. Géronimo (https://youtu.be/Lcel1DBxeaI)
2. Le Dernier Diamant - The Last Diamond (https://youtu.be/vb7S9AgfEZI)
3. L’Ombre Des Femmes – In the Shadow of Women (https://youtu.be/-Wtci3KkjcY)
4. Jamais De La Vie – The Night Watchman (https://youtu.be/oknZulfadb4)
5. Les Chevaliers Blancs – The White Knights (https://youtu.be/IJgsZt-82fo)
6. Tour De France (https://youtu.be/iP1bcVjmhZU)
7. Je Suis Un Soldat – I Am a Soldier (https://youtu.be/vgXGAltFUN8),
8. Un Château En Italie – A Castle in Italy (https://youtu.be/gSW14H3-7e0)
9. Nocturama (https://youtu.be/J122E5Ygz5s)
10. Le Malheurs De Sophie – Sophie’s Misfortunes (https://youtu.be/APmzvGYpzhE)
11. “21 Nuits Avec Pattie – 21 Nights with Pattie” (https://youtu.be/T_YqmudVQh4)
12. Bastille Day (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tO7fJBipjT8).
22nd French Film Festival - Bonifacio High Street
In addition to the French Films, the French Embassy is also celebrating its 70th year anniversary of French-Philippine diplomatic relations. As such, the festival also pays homage to Filipino films that have been selected at the Cannes Film Festival namely “Nakaw” by Noel Escondo and Arvin Belarmino; “Ma’Rosa” by Brillante Mendoza; “On the Job” by Erik Matti and “Anino” by Raymond Red.

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