June6June82018

Film

Past Event

Showcasing the best features from the Belgian festival.

Tickets: $11.75 (seniors and students: $9.50)
FIFF Namur passport: $20 (includes access to all three events of the series)
Taxes and fees included

Where: Space A (1st floor)
Cabaret format

The Festival international du film francophone de Namur positions itself as the largest french speaking film festival in the world, reflecting francophone diversity from Europe, Canada and Africa.

Will therefore be presented at the Phi Centre a selection of the best features from its 32nd edition.

Programming:

short films evening, featuring selections by Mylène Mackay, Catherine de Léan, Émile Schneider and Pierre-Luc Lafontaine.
June 6, 7:30 PM

Wallay, by Berni Goldblat
June 7, 7:30 PM

Carré 35, by Eric Caravaca
June 8, 7:30 PM

Be sure not to miss out by getting your FIFF Namur passport, which gives you access to all three events of the series.

Photo (cover): courtesy of FIFF Namur

Created in 1986, the Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur is a festival dedicated to French speaking films, reflecting francophone diversity from Europe, Canada and Africa.

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