The Sacramento French Film Festival organize three annual events.
Established in 2002, our signature event, the SACRAMENTO FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL, is held over six days in June. It is the 2nd largest French film festival on the West Coast.
The WINTER SHORTS FEST (since 2008) presents the César (French Academy Awards) nominated short films.
Our newest event, the MINIFEST (since 2014) is a one-day miniature festival held in the fall.
Additionnally, we also hosts special screenings as opportunities arise. Over the years we have partnered with: M5 Arts, the Crocker Art Museum, Verge Center for the Art, the Sacramento Public Library, and the Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra.
The Sacramento French Film Festival brings people together around films and French culture in a festive atmosphere. The SFFF celebrates the artistic, cultural, social and historical values of films. It fosters friendly relations between American and French people through the universal language of art.
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