The Resource Centre of the Alliance Française de Canberra provides a very wide range of French books, audio-books, CDS and DVDs.
Monday to Thursday 9.00am – 7.30pm
Friday 9.00am – 5.00pm
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5pm during school holidays
Your membership card enables you to borrow the following items: books, audio books, CDs, DVDs, and magazines.
Up to 6 items, including books, magazines, CDs, audio-books: for 3 weeks
Up to 2 DVDs : for 1 week.
Come and make your choice now!
More than 8600 items can be borrowed. All the genres are represented! From literature to poetry, plays, biographies, autobiographies, philosophy, political sciences, economics, history, law, detective novels, art books, travel books.
The Resource Centre also provides a range of more than 600 DVDs of both classic old French movies and recent films. You have a very large choice: action, comedy, adventure, drama, fantastic, thriller, cartoon film, documentary and history.
The Resource Centre also receives French magazines: Paris Match, l’Express, Vogue, Premiere, Elle à Table, Geo…
The Resource Centre proposes audiotapes and CDs of “retro” and recent French music: Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Julien Clerc, Francis Cabrel, Zebda, M, Manau…
As a member of the Alliance Française, you are able to borrow our items: click here to become a member!
Bonne lecture, bonne écoute et bon film!
9 March – 4 April
The nation’s most captivating film event, is now returning for its 28th annual season!
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Book "Réparer les vivants" from Maylis de Kerangal
The Odyssey: Set sail with us as the Festival opens with a mesmerising tale of Jacques Cousteau's innovative discoveries.
Special event AF French Film Festival. Experience a Canadian evening with wine and cheese. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Dr Gemma King.
Special event AF French Film Festival.Take a trip through the French countryside with a fine selection of saucisson, pâté, cheese and wine.
Special event AF French Film Festival. Revisit the beauty of Versailles with an evening of cheese, sparkling wine and macarons. The screening wil be followedby a Q&A with Dr Gemma King.