Watch MyFrenchFilmFestival On VRrOOm's App

Watch MyFrenchFilmFestival On VRrOOm's App
January 21, 2019
UniFrance's MyFrenchFilmFestival is now live on the VRrOOm's XR Festivals App until February 18!


Don't miss the best of the most recent French short films, grab some popcorns and get comfortably seated in your large virtual cinema room.


The program offers 1 VR film in English, French and German, as well as 12 'flat' short films available in 11 different languages. Other features of the VRrOOm's XR Festivals App includes VRrOOm's VR special picks area with more VR films to enjoy, as well as a gaming zone.


After a record year in 2018 with 12 million viewings, the coziest film festival in the world is back again this year with 28 features and short films accessible across the globe, from January 18 through February 18, 2019 !


Available for the very first time in virtual reality with VRrOOm's XR Festivals app, the virtual extension of the festival will showcase the festivals' short films and virtual reality lineup in 11 different languages.


The 2019 selection is divided into six innovative thematic sections that reflect the great diversity of French cinema; below are the films that the audience will have access to in virtual reality on VRrOOm's XR app:



Whether it's on a road trip, for a mockumentary, or a wedding at the zoo, family get-togethers are often a time when people get to air their dirty laundry...

- Blue Dog by Fanny Liatard and Jérémy Trouilh


They may be judges or detectives, or insomniacs in search of relief—our heroes and heroines find themselves in the middle of the most absurd situations.

Judith Hotel by Charlotte Le Bon

The Seventh Continent by Noé Debré

Wild Love by Paul AutricQuentin CamusLéa GeorgesMaryka LaudetZoé SottiauxCorentin Yvergniaux


Mothers, daughters, pioneers, Resistance fighters… portraits of women fighting a war against the world around them.

-  The Collection by Emmanuel Blanchard

Flowers by Baptiste Petit-Gats


Who said French-language cinema couldn't be provocative and over-the-top?

At Dawn by Julien Trauman

Little Hands by Rémi Allier (in competition, Belgian film presented in partnership with Wallonie-Bruxelles Images (WBI))

Fauve by Jérémy Comte

Hybrids by Florian BrauchKim TailhadesMatthieu PujolYohan Thireau, and Romain Thirion


What would French cinema be without love stories? Whether they're from yesterday, today, or tomorrow, they all share that je-ne-sais-quoi that makes them unique and ... so French!

There's No Love Stronger Than Ours by Laure Bourdon-Zarader

La Jetée by Chris Marker (out of competition, French cinema classic)


In this section, MyFrenchFilmFestival wishes to emphasize the ability of new generation French artistic creation to constantly reinvent itself ... These new kinds of images and storytelling will move and unsettle you.

Gauguin's Inner Journey by Hayoun Kwon


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