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We are looking for candidates who are interested to work in a French cultural environment!

EXTENSION Deadline: 31 May 2023

Job Description:
-Administrative work
-Accounting support (no experience needed)
-HR Coordination
-Course Coordination & Management
-Translation Service Management & Customer Service & Library Management
-Inventory Maintenance
-Supplies Handling
-Cultural Activities Support

If you are interested to apply, please do not hesitate to send us your resume via the email address in the poster. 
Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to let us know!


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Celebrating the best of French ‘art de vivre’, Le French Festival 2023 is back and better than ever! 🎉🇫🇷 From May to June, LFF2023 will be bringing award-winning French films, mouth-watering gastronomy, and a rich array of cultural activities to Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru, and Kuching.

As the 21st edition of this very anticipated festival, LFF2023 promises to bring all five of our senses on an immersive experience for everyone: from families to movie buffs, Francophiles and foodies. With thousands of attendees expected to take part, this year’s festival is sure to leave a lasting impression!

Don’t miss out on LFF2023 – mark your calendars for the following dates and locations:

📍 Kuala Lumpur : May 25 – June 11
📍 Penang : June 8 – June 18
📍 Johor Bahru : June 15 – June 18
📍 Kuching : June 22 – June 25

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Wednesday 03 May, 8pm at Hin Bus Depot

About the film:
The film is a parable about the dangers of blind faith in religion and authority, but it’s also warmly compassionate and accepting of human nature. After the ceremony, the baby’s father Alnoor (Talal Afifi) can’t cope; he leaves the village to work abroad, telling his wife, Sakina (Islam Mubarak), that she’s stronger, she’ll manage. And she does, dressed in black as if her son Muzamil is already dead; understandably, she becomes overprotective. Finally, when he’s a boy of six or seven with a soulful expressive face (played beautifully by Moatasem Rashed) she lets him go to school where he’s bullied and nicknamed “son of death” by the other boys.

Wednesday 17 May, 8pm at Hin Bus Depot

About the film:
Algeria, 1990s. Nedjma, an 18 year old student passionate about fashion design refuses to let the tragic events of the Algerian Civil War to keep her from experiencing a normal life and going out at night with her friend Wassila. As the social climate becomes more conservative, she rejects the new bans set by the radicals and decides to fight for her freedom and independence by putting up a fashion show.
Grab your tickets on:
Tickets RM10 each (RM7 for AF members)
Note: AF membership card or AF promocode must be presented upon admission to enjoy the special rate. Ask us to get your special promocode.
This Hin Screening is a collaboration between Hin Bus Depot and Alliance Française de Penang. Drop an email to for enquiries.

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