This year’s French Film Days start on 1 November. Until 8 November, cinemas in Tübingen, Rottenburg, Reutlingen and Stuttgart will show around 100 films from French-speaking countries. This year everything is under the sign of the 40th anniversary of the Film Days. Therefore, the country focus in 2023 is on France itself. As every year, however, there are also numerous films from Canada, Morocco and other French-speaking countries. In addition to comedies, dramas and documentaries, the focus is on the annual short and feature film competition, in which the best film is awarded by an international jury. After the films, visitors can talk and discuss with guests such as the actress Emmanuelle Devos. The Film Days will be accompanied by FestivalTV, which will publish articles on French film culture, the history of the Film Days and the future of film production on social media and in live broadcasts.
The Film Days will open on 1 November at the Kino Museum in Tübingen. In addition to the moderation with founder and director Christopher Buchholz, there will be an opening gala with live music afterwards. The further supporting programme with all guests, discussions and films can be found on the website: https://franzoesische.filmtage-tuebingen.de/
Das Kino Museum in Tübingen. Foto: tünews INTERNATIONAL / Mostafa Elyasian.