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Approaching its 23rd year, the Alliance Française French Film Festival, returns in 2012 with an ambitious national program over 5 weeks including 40+ films – action, romance, comedy, thrillers, children’s films, animation and documentaries – which have been commercially released in France the previous year. The Limerick Review will scour the program and in the weeks in the leading up recommend our favourite films from the festival lineup.

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When & Where

National dates and venues for the 2012 ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL are:

French Film Festival SYDNEY: 6 – 25 March – Palace Verona, Palace Norton Street, Chauvel Cinema & Hayden Orpheum Cremorne
French Film Festival MELBOURNE: 7 – 25 March – Palace Cinema Como, Palace Balwyn, Palace Westgarth, Palace Brighton Bay & Kino Cinemas
French Film Festival BRISBANE: 14 March – 1 April – Palace Centro & Palace Barracks Cinema
French Film Festival CANBERRA: 14 March – 1 April – Greater Union Manuka & Arc Cinema, National Film & Sound Archive
French Film Festival ADELAIDE: 20 March – 8 April – Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas
French Film Festival PERTH: 21 March – 9 April – Cinema Paradiso, Luna on SX & Windsor Cinema

About The Limerick Review

The Limerick Review is a film review site with a twist. All reviews take the form of a five-line poem, using the classic limerick structure. Our reviews are short and sharp, making them quick to write, read and refer to friends.

What is a limerick?

The limerick is a unique form of poetry, which is intended to be fun or comical for the reader. It fits within a strict rhyme scheme, which takes the form of A-A-B-B-A. Here is an example of a limerick review for the 2010 film The Social Network:

While Fincher is yet to upset,
Network is still not his best,
Timberlake’s tolerated,
But shouldn’t be nominated,
Eisenberg deserves the credit he gets.

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