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Franco-Arab Film section

A 25-year cultural landmark, merged with the Amman International Film Festival in 2020

Uniting Cultures Through Cinema

The Franco-Arab section, a cultural landmark for over 25 years, merged with the Amman International Film Festival in 2020, enriching its selection with French and Arab co-produced films, while also providing a platform for young Jordanian talents through a short film competition.

Screenings

Dive into a world of literary wonders designed for adults, featuring novels, documentaries, comics, magazines, newspapers, and more. Immerse yourself in a diverse collection that caters to various interests, ensuring an enriching reading experience.

Guests

Ignite the imaginations of young minds with our collection curated for kids. From captivating storybooks to educational materials, comics, and more, our library for children fosters a love for reading and learning in a vibrant and engaging environment.

Workshops

Empower your academic journey with our specially curated section for students. Access a wealth of resources, including textbooks, reference materials, research papers, and other educational content. Our collection supports students in their quest for knowledge and academic excellence.

How to subscribe to the library?

In order to subscribe to the media library, you need:​

  • A supporting document: if you are a student at the French Institute,
    a university student in Jordan, or a member of AFPJ.

  • Identification to create library subscription


Fees for a 12-month subscription, starting from your registration date

Prices  
Normal membership:        25 JOD
 

Second family member:    15 JOD
Teachers and partners:     20 JOD
Students:                        10 JOD

 

French Institute students: Free

Le Forum

Digital Library

Come try different ways to practice French:

Nintendo Switch
Tablets  
​VR headsets
and more...

Come Join Our Activities

Story time

For Kids to enjoy a live storytelling show with miss Stephanie, engaging stories and fun activities

Podcast discovery

Listen to a story and reflect with miss Viannette, let your childs imagination flow and create

How to write a story

Best for advanced levels of french

Mr Laurent to guide you how to write your first story!

refine your current writing skills, story telling and more

Discover more

Theater, Video games tournaments, boardgames and French Cinema

Opening Hours

Sat - Thu: 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Fri: Library closed

Library reception hours: Sat - Wed 11:30 am - 7:00 pm

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