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AFFFF director steps down

Sébastien Donnadieu, Director of the Alliance Française French Film Festival in New Zealand, is moving on, creating a vacancy at what’s become the largest of the national film festival films since the demise of Tony Lambert’s Italian Film Festival last year.

This year the AFFFF presented its 10th anniversary event, screening 37 titles across 12 cities, including a bunch of titles that won Césars (France’s main film awards) during the festival’s run here.

The AFFFF is now seeking a new Festival Director to fill the rather large boots Donnadieu leaves behind. Applications for the position will close 13 May.

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