What is fff@home?

This year the French Film Festival UK, a celebration of Francophone cinema, goes online for the first time under the banner fff@home in collaboration with Festival Scope. From Saturday 19 until Sunday 20 December, a curated selection of feature films and shorts, as well as exclusive virtual appearances and conversations with filmmakers and actors, will be available for you to rent and enjoy in HD from the comfort of your home.

How can I watch the films?

After creating an account on the platform, you will be able to buy tickets and passes to stream the films.

Do the films have subtitles?

All films are accompanied with English subtitles.

When are the films available to watch?

All films are available to rent for 24 hours from their day and time of release, and available to watch for 24 hours once you have pressed “watch now” (link that can be found in your confirmation email) or “play” when going into your library on the platform.

How much are they?

It is £4.50 for a single ticket and £1 for the Short Cuts Programme.

How do I pay?

The platform supports payments by credit and debit cards.

On which devices can I watch the films?

You can watch the films on your computer, Smart TV (if applicable), Smartphones and tablets. Browser restrictions apply. Please check our supported browsers on our Help page.

In which countries can I watch the films?

Due to licensing rights, the films are only available to watch in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

What if I have more questions?

You can contact us at online@frenchfilmfestival.org.uk

Enjoy the festival!