Celebrate Cannes Film Festival on TV5MONDE this May
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With exclusive interviews from Cannes and showings of specially selected films, TV5MONDE are bringing Cannes Film Festival to you this May
In May, it’s red carpet time on TV5MONDE! Watch the channel on Sky 717 and Virgin 825 and find out what’s on at europe.tv5monde.com/en
With exclusive interviews live from the Croisette, award-winning and specially selected films from past festivals, homages to big names in cinema and a fabulous journey through French cinema history...
A unique, intimate and glamour-filled programme schedule in May to celebrate the world’s most prestigious film festival.
All programmes below are listed in UK time and all programmes have English subtitles, download the full PDF guide here
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS LIVE FROM THE CROISETTE
L’INVITÉ: CANNES SPECIAL
Monday to Friday at 5.30pm
Every day during the Cannes Festival, TV5MONDE interviews actors and directors, Jury Presidents and many more on the show, live from the Croisette.
- 1 Allo Allo! Brits in France
- 2 48 hours in Paris: Unmissable new things to see and do on a short break in the city
- 3 Tour de France 2022: 3 new stage hosts announced
- 4 Real Life: Canalside life in an idyllic Hérault village
- 5 Surprise, surprise! France offers expats a great quality of life
- 6 3 key things you need to know about visas for France
- 7 8 Instagram accounts all French learners should follow
- 8 Who are the Kretz family members from Netflix’s The Parisian Agency?
- 9 A Year in Provence with Carol Drinkwater – the new Channel 5 series to enjoy this autumn
- 10 What you need to know about France’s Covid-19 health pass system
Presented by: Patrick Simonin
FILMS FROM CANNES
Watch these past award-winning films from Cannes specially selected for audiences this May
JE SUIS UN SOLDAT
Thursday 10th May at 8pm & Sunday 13th May at 10pm
A poignant social drama, swinging between family relationships and downward spirals into crime. Penniless, 30 year-old Sandrine returns to live with her mother. Her uncle Henri breeds dogs and offers her a job in his kennels, which is an undercover hub for dog trafficking selling puppies from Slovenia. She rapidly asserts herself, the money she earns compensating for her lack of freedom.
Directed by: Laurent Larivière (France/Belgium, 2015)
Cast: Louise Bourgoin, Jean-Hugues Anglade
Selected for Un Certain Regard award (Cannes Film Festival, 2015)
Selected for the Namur Festival International du Film Francophone (Belgium, 2015); the Cinémania festival (Canada, 2015)
Sunday 13th May at 8pm & Friday 18th May at 5.40pm
Autumn 1917. War is raging. Young Camille lives only for the letters sent by her husband who is fighting on the front. But one day, she receives an abrupt break-up letter. Shocked and desperate, she decides to disguise herself as a man to get to the front to find him.
Directed by: Serge Bozon (France, 2006)
Cast: Sylvie Testud, Pascal Greggory, Guillaume Depardieu
Selected for Quinzaine des Réalisateurs (Cannes Film Festival, 2007)
Thursday 17th May at 8pm & Sunday 20th May at 10pm
On holiday with her mother, 13-year-old Ava learns that she will go blind. Her heartbroken mother supports her as best she can but this news pushes Ava to live her teenage years while she can. She soon meets Juan.
Directed by: Léa Mysius (France, 2017)
Screenplay: Léa Mysius, Paul Guilhaume
SACD award at Critics’ week (Cannes Film Festival, 2017)
Selected at festival BFI (United-Kingdom, 2017); César Awards (France, 2018) ; Louve d’or at Festival du nouveau cinéma Montréal (Canada, 2017)
Sunday 20th May at 8pm & Friday 25th May at 5.40pm
Chouf means “look” in Arabic. It also refers to the lookouts for the Marseille drug gangs. When his brother, a local gangster, is killed, Sofiane joins the “business” in his district to try and find the killers. He abandons his family and studies, quickly working his way up.
Director, screenplay: Karim Dridi (France, 2016)
Official Selection (Cannes Film Festival, 2016)
Selected at Cinémania festival (Canada, 2016) and the Tübingen international French-language film festival (Germany, 2016)
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