Tag: 2017 Alliance Française French Film Festival

AFFFF review: Tomorrow

Uplifting environmental doco offers positive solutions for communities to change the world while politicians bicker. Inspiring. Scooping Most Promising Actress at the 2007 César Awards for her turn as concerned sibling Lili in Philippe Lioret’s […]

AFFFF review: Wùlu

Breathtaking West African thriller with political clout signals a new directorial talent. Ibrahim Koma is also excellent. Announcing a talent to watch, French-Malian director Daouda Coulibaly’s debut feature Wùlu, currently screening as part of this […]

AFFFF Review: Moka

One of the highlights of the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival is Moka, a subtly disquieting drama that sees two of France’s most revered actresses go tête-à-tête with highly satisfying results. The always fascinating Emmanuelle […]