Watch the best of recent French cinema online!

The coziest film festival in the world is back again this year with 28 features and short films accessible across the globe from January 18 through February 18, 2019! Check out the film lineup for the world's first online French film festival, organized by UniFrance.

Some of the best films of the past year have been selected, among them the wonderful comedies Guy and Gaspard at the wedding, the French thriller with Vincent Cassel and Romain Duris, Black tide, and the beautiful dramedy Diane Has the Right Shape, a critic's favorite from last year.

Films can be accessed via the platform in all countries. The festival is also available via different platforms in the US, among them TV5MONDE Cinema on Demand, Amazon Instant Video, Vudu, Le CiNéMa Club (Complete list here for all the platforms available in the US and around the world). All of the short films can be viewed free of charge in all countries.

You can also enjoy the MyFFF selection among other French films through Film Movement Plus and use a special promo code thanks to FrenchFlicks! Instead of the normal subscription rate for the platform of $5.99 per month, you can now get 50% OFF the first 3 months, and all that after a 14-day free trial! To enjoy this offer, enter the discount code FFLICKS at checkout.

On, the viewing fee for one feature film is  €1.99 but you can also purchase a festival pack for €7.99 to have access to all films. Finally, some of the films will also be available in theaters.

The 2019 selection is divided into six innovative thematic sections that reflect the great diversity of French cinema:


Whether it's on a road trip, for a mockumentary, or a wedding at the zoo, family get-togethers are often a time when people get to air their dirty laundry...


They may be judges or detectives, or insomniacs in search of relief—our heroes and heroines find themselves in the middle of the most absurd situations.


Mothers, daughters, pioneers, Resistance fighters… portraits of women fighting a war against the world around them.


Who said French-language cinema couldn't be provocative and over-the-top?

  • Black Tide by Érick Zonca
  • Sauvage by Camille Vidal Naquet
  • At Dawn by Julien Trauman
  • Little Hands by Rémi Allier (in competition, Belgian film presented in partnership with Wallonie-Bruxelles Images (WBI))
  • Fauve by Jérémy Comte
  • Hybrids by Florian Brauch, Kim Tailhades, Matthieu Pujol, Yohan Thireau, and Romain Thirion


What would French cinema be without love stories? Whether they're from yesterday, today, or tomorrow, they all share that je-ne-sais-quoi that makes them unique and ... so French!


In this section, MyFrenchFilmFestival wishes to emphasize the ability of new generation French artistic creation to constantly reinvent itself ... These new kinds of images and storytelling will move and unsettle you.

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