The 32nd edition of the French film festival opened Tuesday evening in Sydney. You can see, among other things, Aline and Eiffel in world premiere.
Deconfining culture is the call that some twenty professionals in the sector have just launched to Emmanuel Macron. In Australia, much less tormented than France by the coronavirus pandemic, it has already been a reality for several months. Although it may seem surreal from France, the 32e edition of the French Film Festival in Australia was opened Tuesday evening with great pomp, in the elegant gardens of Notre-Dame University.
To sip a glass of champagne between these venerable freestone buildings, proper attire is required. But wearing a mask is optional. Elsa, a Frenchwoman living in Sydney, realizes that what was relatively commonplace last year is now a real privilege. “We are very lucky to be able to live almost normally in Australia. And we think a lot about our relatives in France, who unfortunately are not so lucky. “
But the happiest tonight are the organizers of
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