The Embassy of France in Singapore, in partnership with Shaw Organisation, announces the launch of the Singapore French Summer Festival (SFSF), featuring a selection of French movies on their newly launched digital platform, KinoLounge By Shaw Theatres.

Running from 14 to 31 July 2020, this online film festival, presented for the first time in Singapore, will showcase a mix of 8 recently-released French films never seen before, as well as some well-loved and popular titles. Set to engage and inspire Singapore audiences, this selection will showcase the diversity of French cinema, with special emphasis around family movies, comedies, adventures animation films, and drama.

THE LOST PRINCE

Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Family
Rating: PG13
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THE BEARS FAMOUS INVASION

Genre: Animation, Adventure, Family
Rating: PG
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THE BEST IS YET TO COME

Genre: Comedy, Drama
Rating: NC16
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THE LION

Genre: Comedy
Rating: NC16
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QUEENS OF THE FIELD

Genre: Comedy
Rating: NC16
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Online Q&A session with director Mohamed Hamidi and actress Céline Sallette on 29 July.

MEET THE MALAWAS

Genre: Comedy
Rating: NC16
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PROXIMA

Genre: Action, Drama
Rating: NC16
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SPREAD YOUR WINGS

Genre: Adventure, Family
Rating: PG13
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OF LOVE AND LIES

Genre: Drama
Rating: PG13
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#IAMHERE

Genre: Comedy
Rating: M18
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A BARGE ON THE OCEAN

Genre: Drama, Romance
Rating: M18
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BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Genre: Drama, Family, Fantasy
Rating: PG
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THE BIG BAD FOX AND OTHER TALES

Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Rating: PG
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MIA AND THE WHITE LION

Genre: Animation, Drama, Family
Rating: PG
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SON OF BIGFOOT

Genre: Animation
Rating: PG
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BALLERINA

Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Rating: PG
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Most of the French movies will remain accessible beyond the festival dates on a space dedicated to French Cinema on KinoLounge – Le French Cinema.

Visit here for film and ticketing information about the French Film Festival.