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Emily Barnett and Natalie Jovicic at Le Festival at the Cultural Forecourt, South Bank. Photo: Michelle SmithA moveable feast has hit Brisbane’s South Bank with Le Festival bathing the Cultural Forecourt in a Bordeaux red.
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Queensland Premier Annastasia Palaszczuk with the French ambassador and general consul of France opened the festival, now in its sixth year.

Festival director Betty Moinet was hoping the French themed stalls, food, fashion and wine would help exceed last year’s crowd, which hit more than 40,000 people.

“The festival is a significant event for almost 5,000 local French-Australians, as it allows them to embrace and share their heritage with their friends and family,” Ms Moinet said.

“Le Festival also highlights Queensland’s affinity with France, as evidenced by the state’s compassionate response to the Paris attacks last year.”

The festival’s popularity had spurred the director to expand the French celebrations from a three day festival to an entire week.

Brisbane’s first French Week, extending from July 11 to 16, will coincide with the French national celebration, Bastille Day.

“French Week will see us work in partnership with local French organisations, to host a range of activities and further immerse locals in the ‘fantastique’ French culture,” Ms Moinet said.

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