22nd Annual Newport Beach Film Festival French Spotlight


French A L.A Carte Blog is happy to once again be partnering with Newport Beach Film Festival – French Spotlight October 21-28, 2021. The French Spotlight will be held on October 26th from 7:45 -9:50 PM with a special screening of a French Film entitled Love Affair(s) (see trailer and details below)

From October 21st – 28th, 2021, the 22nd annual Newport Beach Film Festival will showcase over 350 films from across the globe and host a wide array of multicultural activities. Celebrated as Orange County’s premier film event, the Newport Beach Film Festival attracts over 58,000 attendees from around the world who come together to experience the ultimate cinematic experience along the pristine coastline of Southern California.

Each year the Festival hosts nightly International Spotlight events. The French will pay homage to the film industry and celebrate the extensive French history and culture whose influence has inspired many aspects of art across all mediums. The evening will feature a film screening, followed by a gala celebration of French film, food, and culture. We will toast the evening away with a diverse crowd of filmmakers, actors, and film aficionados.

Love Affair(s) – 2020 – 135 minutes – Language French – Directed and written by Emmanuel Mouret, produced by Frédéric Niedermayer, Cast: Camélia Jordana, Niels Schneider, Emilie Dequenne, Vincent Macaigne.

When her boyfriend, Francois is called back to work in Paris, Daphné, three months pregnant, finds herself alone in the French countryside to welcome her boyfriend’s cousin Maxime. After four days of waiting for Francois’ return, Daphné and Maxime get to know each other and share intimate stories.

Tickets are available NOW! Use Discount Code French21 – on the NBFF French Spotlight website

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