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Time to celebrate the uniqueness of French cinema
The French Film Festival is back in Adelaide from the 30th of March until April the 23rd, this popular event can give you a brief insight into French culture and language or get you reminiscing of old times in this faraway land.
The Alliance Française presents the French Film Festival; a big screen event running since 1990's; each year attracting more and more viewers and lovers of French Cinema.
The Alliance Française aims to promote French gastronomy, arts, cinema, fashion, culture and science to the rest of the world. The French Film Festival will be in Adelaide from March the 30th to April the 23rd; all movies, the opening and closing nights will be screening at Palace Nova Cinemas on Rundle Street.
When you book your tickets, you will be happy to know you are purchasing a whole experience! All screenings will host a pre-movie party: enjoy drinks and canapés whilst listening to some of Jacques Cousteau's innovative discoveries on the opening night, enjoy a wine and cheese tasting, or how about a glass of wine and a crepe before the movie? Click here to view the schedule.
Most movies start at 7pm so you could also skip the pre-screening party and head to one of Adelaide's French eateries prior to the movie: La Buvette, Le Carpe Diem, La Bonne Table, Bistro France or how about head to one of Adelaide's chic bars after the movie for a quiet drink? Enjoy a traditional Absinthe at The Apothecary or a cocktail in true French Style at La Boheme or even cross the street and visit France's neighbour at The Belgium Beer Cafe.