1/ The festival is virtual that means that it is available to anyone equiped with a computer and an Internet connection.
2/ My French films festival (MFFF) event is temporary.
That implies that the exclusive selection of French young talents films will only been available from 12 January to 1 February 2012.
Hurry up if you want to see all of them!
3/ The festival films rental prices are pretty nice.
Rental of a feature: 1.99€
Rental of a short: 0.99€
Feature-film pack: 11.99€ for one access to the twelve feature films
Shorts pack: 5.99€ for one access to the eleven shorts
Full access pack : 15.99€ (access to the festival's entire programming)
For those who are on a bit of a budget, the website also offers contents free of charge, such trailers and exclusive interviews.
4/ Don't forget to vote for one of the ten featured films or of the ten shorts by young French creators. Web visitors are invited to act by scoring all the films and leaving comments on the website. Six prizes will be awarded at the end of the festival (three for features, three for shorts): the Internet Users Prize, Social Networks Prize and International Press Prize. Winning films will be shown on board all Air France flights as of 1st May 2012 for 6 to 9 months.
5/ What's new in this second edition of the online festival? More foreign languages are available online (14 languages in total). The festival has also new partner platforms and launch previews at the four corners of the world.
6/ Play online with MFFF and win
■ A trip for two to Paris during 2012 for foreign residents, whatever their country of origin, or a trip to London during the French Film Festival for French residents, by playing application on the Facebook page of My French Film Festival.
■ A trip for two to New York in March 2012 upon the occasion of the French Film Festival by betting on the winning film chosen by Internet users onAir France's Facebook page.
■ Free screenings and other surprises by playing on these two Facebook pages!
MYFFF Internet website
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