Alliance Française French Film Festival | Adelaide | 23 Mar – 20 Apr 2021

AF film festival 2021

Alliance Française French Film Festival – Family Friendly Films

For a glorious respite from the challenges of our present reality, look no further than the Alliance Française French Film Festival, which will return to Adelaide from 23 March until 20 April at Palace Nova cinemas Eastend and Prospect.

Presented by the Alliance Française in association with the Embassy of France in Australia, this joyous and evocative celebration of French culture will screen in splendour at Palace Cinemas across seven cities and two satellite locations.

The strictest COVID protocols are adhered to in each state, including social distancing, sanitising and circulation of clean air, to ensure a safe cinema experience.

Family-friendly Films:

Calamity: a Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary (G)

Life on the Oregon Trail in 1863 is far from easy, especially for Martha who has to look after her younger siblings while navigating everything fate throws at them. The wilderness is dangerous, the road is hard and not everybody is happy to be travelling with a young family. But Martha is resilient, resourceful and refuses to play the part of a dutiful and quiet young girl. 


Little Vampire (PG)

The fantastical world of Little Vampire is one of thrilling adventures with an assortment of funny supernatural characters, designed to tickle the funny bones and stir the imaginations of children and families.


Vicky and her Mystery (PG)

The new film from the producers of the hugely successful and well-loved Belle & Sebastian films is another family-friendly adventure about the bond between child and animal. Taking its inspiration from real events, Vicky and Her Mystery is a heart-warming tale about a young girl and the very special connection she forms with a wolf cub.


Poly (PG)

Travel back to the 1960s to meet Poly, the Shetland pony, who has inspired children ever since she jumped from the pages of Cécile Aubry’s much-loved novel and into their hearts. This visually splendid new feature film – set against the breathtaking landscapes of the Cévennes region in south-central France – will delight and inspire a whole new generation.


Palace Nova Cinemas:

Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas | 3 Cinema Place, Adelaide

Palace Nova Prospect Cinemas | 98 Prospect Road, Prospect


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For more information and all enquiries please visit the AF Film Festival website.

What:  Alliance Française French Film Festival

When:    23 March – 20 April 2021

Where:  Palace Nova Cinemas – Adelaide & Prospect

Who:   Check the classification 

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Image Source: AF Film Festival website 


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