Stream now the best of new French cinema
Ready to stream la crème de la crème of French movies? MyFrenchFilmFestival is back with 30 recently released French-language films to watch from your living-room (or bedroom, we're not judging!). All features and shorts will be subtitled in 10 languages and available to stream worldwide between January 14 and February 14, 2022.
The 2022 film selection is divided into thematic sections that reflect the diversity and vitality of French-language cinema. The French movies will be available in the US from January 14 on the MyFrenchFilmFestival.com platform and the following platforms: TV5MONDE Cinema on Demand, FilmMovement+, France Channel, Mubi, Amazon Prime, Google Play, Cinessance, Apple TV, INDemand and Mowies.
Short films are available free of charge in all countries, and feature films are available for viewing individually for $1.99 (or purchase a Festival Pack for $7.99).
French and Furious: a selection of films that are dynamite in the new-generation auteur cinema scene
- Teddy by Ludovic Boukherma and Zoran Boukherma
- The Monopoly of Violence by David Dufresne
- The Demons of Dorothy by Alexis Langlois
- Horacio by Caroline Cherrier
- Love Hurts by Elsa Rysto
Bold Youth: different perspectives on the unconditional energy of youth
- All Hands on Deck by Guillaume Brac
- Gallant Indies by Philippe Béziat
- Oldschool by Yasmine Bahechar
- The Right Words by Adrian Moyse Dullin
Troubled Identities: when the search for meaning starts with a search for a sense of self
- Nadia, Butterfly by Pascal Plante
- Playlist by Nine Antico
- Madly in Life by Raphaël Balboni and Ann Sirot
- The Ugly Ducklings by Anton Balekdjian
A Cinema of Desire: a little tour of awakenings to love, desire, and sensuality
- The Lover by Jean-Jacques Annaud
- Honey Cigar by Kamir Aïnouz
- Beyond the Horizon by Delphine Lehericey
- Hold Me Tight by Léoluna Robert-Tourneur
- Moon by Zoé Pelchat
Night Tales focuses on what we become between nightfall and dawn.
- The Night Doctor by Elie Wajeman
- Dustin by Naïla Guiguet
- Malabar by Maximilian Badier-Rosenthal
- Little Bear by Nicolas Birkenstock
Through time or space, Voyage, Voyage offers us a chance to discover new horizons.
- Calamity by Rémi Chayé
- Skies of Lebanon by Chloé Mazlo
- Erratum by Giulio Callegari
- Omnibus by Sam Karmann
This year, Kids Corner brings a selection of silent animated shorts directed by promising young directors fresh out of film school.