Sunday, January 26, 2014

After the success of last year (750,000 film viewings registered in 189 countries, with a 25% increase in paid viewings), the leading worldwide French film festival on the Internet returns this coming January 17 until February 17, 2014. On the programme: a fourth edition rich with new films, new languages, new partner platforms, new screenings in cinemas and a new VoD operation.

For one month, Internauts the world over will have access to 10 features and 10 shorts in 13 different languages. The selection of first and second feature films, theatrically released in France during the year, offers worldwide showcasing of new directors, highlighting the diversity of young French production.

The festival will be accessible both on, and 20 foreign platforms, including iTunes in 80 territories - in the USA, the festival will be accessible on iTunes (through "Under the Milky Way") and on TV5 Monde Cinema on Demand.

The selection's films will be made available to more than 1,000 cinemas worldwide (including in the US) thanks to the network of our partner, SpectiCast.
The films will equally be proposed to 400 airline companies via our partner Skeye for in-flight viewings.
La Fille du 14 Juillet (the Rendez-vous of Déjà Vu), which is part of MyFFF, will be the closing film of the Museum of Moving Images's Festival First Look, on January 19th, in New York.

The festival will be available in the Philippines on a paying basis on platform as well as on iTunes and Illic (for Vidéotron suscribers).

Four Prizes will be awarded

The Filmmakers Award, presided by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, and composed of foreign directors Lynne Ramsay (United Kingdom), Marco Bellocchio (Italy) and Anurag Kashyap (India).

The International Press Award, with a jury of 11 foreign journalists.

The Audience Award, for which Internauts are invited to vote on-line.

The Social Networks Award, chosen by 100 film buffs, influential on Facebook and Twitter.

The winning films will next be shown on Air France flights for a duration of 6 months.

The 2014 MYFFF Selection


In a Rush, by Louis Do Lencquesaing
Augustine, by Alice Winocour
Little Lion, by Samuel Collardey
Maddened by His Absence, by Sandrine Bonnaire
The Virgin, the Copts and Me, by Namir Abdel Messeeh
The Rendez-Vous of Déjà-Vu, by Antonin Peretjako
The Day of the Crows, by Jean-Christophe Dessaint
Welcome to Argentina, by Edouard Deluc
Mobile Home, by François Pirot
Pauline détective, by Marc Fitoussi


Just Before Losing Everything, by Xavier Legrand
The Lobster's Cry, by Nicolas Guiot
Clay, by Michaël Guerraz
The Runaway, by Jean-Bernard Marlin
The Lizards, by Vincent Mariette
Mademoiselle Kiki et les Montparnos, by Amélie Harrault
Solitudes, by Liova Jedlicki
In Seventh Heaven, by Guillaume Foirest
A la française, by Morrigane Boyer, Julien Hazebroucq, Ren-Hsien Hsu, Emmanuelle Leleu, William Lorton
Le premier pas, by Jonathan Comnène


The Young Girls of Cherbourg, by Jacques Demy

Quebecker Feature:

Before My Heart Falls, by Sébastien Rose

Quebecker Short:

Herd Leader, by Chloé Robichaud

Out of competition, the festival features two Quebecker films (one feature and one short), in partnership with Telefilm Canada. In competition, Franco-Belgian coproductions Mobile Home and The Lobster's Cry are proposed, in partnership with Wallonie Bruxelles Images.

UPDATE: My French Film Festival 2014 is launched. Choose the "Full Access" Package and watch all the films in competition, P975.40.

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