Join us for My French Film Festival 2023

Arts and Creative Industries

From the 13th January to the 13th February 2023, Unifrance is organizing the thirteen edition of My French Film Festival. This festival is the first free online French-speaking film festival, captivating cinephiles around the globe with an eclectic selection of short and feature films. All the films are 100% French-speaking but subtitles are available in multiple languages.The festival is showcasing 29 carefully selected films illustrating the diversity of francophone contemporary cinema: comedies, romances, dramas, thrillers, documentaries, animation, cinema classics.

To experience the festival, one must connect and register on the platform to enjoy the exciting catalogue: MyFFF official website.


The Festival is an innovative concept designed to showcase the latest generation of French-language filmmakers and give internet users across the globe the chance to discover a selection of French-language feature films and shorts presented at major international festivals. Now in its thirteenth year, MyFrenchFilmFestival returns with new films, new partner platforms, and film launches at movie theaters in different countries.


From January 13 to February 13, 2023, cinema enthusiasts around the world can access 29 films selected for the 13th edition of the world’s first online French-language film festival.

How can you watch the films?

On the platform from anywhere in the world. The festival program is also available on more than 70 partner platforms, depending on the respective regions.

The concept

Ten feature films and ten short films are presented in competition, including one feature and one short from Belgium. Online audiences are invited to vote for their favorite film(s) and to post comments on our social media. The lineup also offers an out-of-competition program that includes a feature film and a short film from Canada, a feature film and a short film selected from French cinema classics, and a program of animation without dialogue

In South Africa and in all countries of the continent, the festival is 100% free!

Throughout the month, users from all over the world will be able to watch online a selection of feature films and short films in competition. The films available on are subtitled in the following languages: Arabic – English – French – German – Italian – Japanese – Korean – Mandarin – Portuguese – Russian – Spanish – Ukrainian.

With comedies, dramas, documentaries, young audience, animation or shorts movies, the selection will spotlight the great diversity of francophone cinema. Just have to pick a film, sit back, relax and enjoy the best of French cinema for free!


Stills from: Rien à Foutre and Une Femme à la Mer


Five awards will be presented at the festival’s closing ceremony:

  • The Grand Prize from the International Jury
    The Grand Prize honors a feature film in competition. The jury is composed of filmmakers from around the world.
  • International Press Prizes
    These prizes honor a feature film and a short film in competition, with a jury composed of journalists from major non-French media outlets.
  • Audience Prizes
    Internet users around the world can vote for their favorite film(s) on the platform to honor a feature film and a short film in competition.

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