From October 7 to 31, around fifty films will be shown in nine cities across the country.
It is the most important foreign event dedicated to the seventh art in Portugal. Launched in 2000 under the aegis of the French Embassy and the French Institute, La Festa do Cinema Francês opens its 22e editing. Over three weeks, more than fifty films will be screened in nine cities across the country. From Lisbon to Porto, from Faro to Evora, Coimbra or Braga, a cinephile audience will be able to discover – in a subtitled version – the best (and the worst) of the national production. Of Our Lady from Valérie Donzelli to Mandibles by Quentin Dupieux, from the successful sentimental feature film by Emmanuel Mouret, The things we say, the things we do, heavy Goodbye idiots by Albert Dupontel, French directors will be at the party.
Among recent releases, Black Box by Yann Gozlan will try to save the lost honor of Fantasies of the Foenkinos brothers. Eiffel will be unveiled in preview, at the risk of seeing the public fall from above; but this one will find its way in front of the amazing
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