Cin�Moi, the first and only channel dedicated to French film, launches in the UK…

From 23rd February, Cin�Moi will be launching on Sky channel 839 bringing a touch of glamour and style to Britain’s TV screens. Cin�Moi will show a wealth of classic and contemporary films and documentaries that celebrate over 100 years of French cinema.

Until 6th April, fans of French film will be able to try a taster for free every night.  Exclusive interviews with some of the industry’s most influential names including Catherine Deneuve (Belle de Jour)and Isabelle Huppert (The Piano Teacher) will be screened alongside celebrated films such as Bridget Bardot’s Le Mepris, Vincent Cassel’s La Haine and Francois Truffaut’s 400 Blows. Vincent Cassel, one of France’s most prominent actors (Oceans 12, La Haine, Eastern Promise) is very excited by the idea of the channel and has agreed to launch Cin�Moi in February.

Mint Group (owners of KOKO) and 3DD Group (producers of The Album Chart Show) have teamed up with Ed Pressman, one of Hollywood’s leading independent film producers (Wall Street, American Psycho) to create Cin�Moi.

Cine Lumi�re’s (London’s No.1 French cinema) Julien Plante, who has programmed over 1000 films and documentaries for festivals, cinemas and events, has been bought in to curate the channel.  “We are really excited about launching Cin�Moi in the UK.  The growth of French cinema and the increasing numbers of people with a real passion for it means that this feels like the perfect time to launch the channel.  With over 30 new films every month, Cin�Moi will be a celebration of all things French, packaged to communicate glamour, style, quality and entertainment.’

Viewers will be able to experience the best French movies on Cin�Moi, the first and only channel dedicated to French film in the UK, for free from the 23rd February until 6th April. 

Sign-up information and further details are available at or 0845 880 8008

If you like French film, you’ll love Cin�Moi.

Share to:  Facebook  Twitter   LinkedIn   Email

Previous Article Eurozone is heading for Deflation
Next Article Bank bonuses could be banned by French government

Related Articles