TV5MONDE May 2012 Highlights
A Cannes Film Festival Special...
FILM - UN HOMME QUI CRIE. Awards: Jury’s price at the Cannes Film Festival in 2010. The film is set in modern day Chad. Adam, a former swimming champion now in his sixties works as a lifeguard at a luxury hotel in N‘Djamena. When the hotel is bought out by a Chinese company, he has to give up his job to his son, Abdel, he is not happy about the situation, which he considers as social decline. The background to the fi lm is the civil war, with armed rebels threatening the authorities in power, as a reaction to this situation the government calls on the population to make a ‚‘war effort‘‘, demanding money from them or a child old enough to fi ght. So Adam is hounded by his district chief to provide his contribution. But Adam has no money, he only has his son... Directed by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, 2010. Cast: Youssouf Djaoro (Adam), Diouc Koma (Abdel), Emil Abossolo M‘bo (the district chief), Hadj� Fatim� Ngoua (Mariam), Marius. Yelolo (David), Dj�n�ba Kone (Dj�n�ba). With subtitles. Thursday, 24th May at 8pm, Sunday 27th at 10:55pm and Tuesday 29th at 5:35pm. In May, TV5MONDE invites its viewers to experience all the excitement of the 64th Cannes Festival with programmes and live reports from La Croisette and a selection of fi lms which have particularly stood out at this major cinematic event.
FILM - TROIS VIES ET UNE SEULE MORT. Awards: Officially selected at the 1996 Cannes Film Festival. Specific teaching and learning tools have been developped on this film by TV5MONDE. Visit www.apprendre.tv or www.enseigner.tv. A salesman who returns home after twenty-eight years of absence, a teacher who becomes a tramp or a ma�tre d‘h�tel, a businessman who invents a family abroad... Several stories which intertwine, with no apparent link. In fact, it‘s actually the life of one man suffering from a multiple personality disorder... Directed by: Raoul Ruiz, 1995. Cast: Marcello Mastroianni, Chiara Mastroianni, Arielle Dombasle... With subtitles. Thursday 10th May at 8pm, Sunday 13th at 10:55pm and Tuesday 15th at 5:35pm.
FILM - LOULOU.
Awards: Official selection at the Cannes Film Festival (1980). One evening, Nelly meets Loulou, a young waster who has spent several months in prison for petty theft. After being violently thrown out on the street by her husband, she decides to tag along with him. She soon fi nds herself expecting a child, but Loulou has no intention of changing his lowlife ways, and spends his time with his friends or committing petty crime at night. Hurt by his attitude, Nelly decides that she doesn‘t want to keep the child. Director: Maurice Pialat, 1980. Starring: Isabelle Huppert, G�rard Depardieu... With subtitles. Sunday 13th May at 8pm, Wednesday 16th at 1pm and Monday 21st at 10:55pm.
FILM - LA MOUSTACHE. Awards: Europa Cinema Prize at the Directors‘ Fortnight (2005). One day, to make his friends and family laugh, a man shaves off his moustache. It‘s a great change for him. But his wife doesn‘t notice, nor do his friends… Is it a joke? When he asks them, they tell him that he has never had a moustache... Directed by: Emmanuel Carr�re, 2004. Cast: Vincent Lindon, Emmanuelle Devos... With subtitles. Thursday 17th May at 8pm, Sunday 20th at 10:55pm and Tusday 22nd at 5:35pm.
FILM - LA BATAILLE DU RAIL.
- 1 Bargain Properties: 15 French houses on the market for under €50,000
- 2 The Madame Blanc Mysteries: former Coronation Street star swaps Manchester for France
- 3 Allo Allo! Brits in France
- 4 Surprise, surprise! France offers expats a great quality of life
- 5 What you need to know about France’s Covid-19 health pass system
- 6 Who are the Kretz family members from Netflix’s The Parisian Agency?
- 7 48 hours in Paris: Unmissable new things to see and do on a short break in the city
- 8 Visit The Last Duel's French filming locations
- 9 Bargain beauties: 9 renovated French properties on the market for less than €150,000
- 10 3 key things you need to know about visas for France
Awards: International Grand Prix for best production and International Jury Prize at the 1st Cannes Film Festival in 1946. Towards the end of the Occupation, in the Chalon-sur-Sa�ne area, in a station, two men, Athos, the station master, and Camargue, his deputy, are at work for the Resistance: moving fugitives, documents, pamphlets, sending information to London, sabotage and lastly, derailing the German convoy S.1504... Directed by: Ren� Cl�ment, 1945 (black & white). Cast: Charles Boyer, Lucien Desagneaux... Sunday 20th May at 8pm, Wednesday 23rd at 1pm and Monday 28th at 10:55pm.
MORE MAY HIGHLIGHTS – CANNES SPECIAL ON TV5MONDE... MAGAZINE - L’INVIT� � CANNES. TV5MONDE is in Cannes! “L’Invit�” sets up shop on La Croisette! For the whole fortnight of the festival, Patrick Simonin will be meeting celebrities from the film industry who have made the headlines in Cannes for a number of exclusive and intimate interviews. Every day from 16th to 27th May at 3:20pm.
MAGAZINE - Y’A DU MONDE � CANNES DOCUMENTARY BELMONDO.
TV5MONDE is in Cannes! The portrait of Jean-Paul Belmondo by his peers. As well as appearing in over eighty films, he‘s also given us stunts, laughter, practical jokes with a refreshing impertinence and a lack of self-consciousness. Cultivating the art of taking people by surprise, he‘s lived through half a century of French cinema.With subtitles. Tuesday 22nd May at 11:35pm. Directed by: Fr�d�ric Chaudier, Fr�d�ric Zamochnikoff, 2011. The weekend cultural programme presented by Estelle Martin, “Y’a du monde � Paris”, is going daily to the Cannes Festival and has been re-baptised “Y’a du monde � Cannes” for the occasion. Every day you can discover a summary of the latest news from the festival and a number of features and interviews. Every day from 16th to 27th May at 7:55pm.
DOCUMENTARY - BELMONDO. Directed by: Fr�d�ric Chaudier, Fr�d�ric Zamochnikoff, 2011. The portrait of Jean-Paul Belmondo by his peers. As well as appearing in over eighty films, he‘s also given us stunts, laughter, practical jokes with a refreshing impertinence and a lack of self-consciousness. Cultivating the art of taking people by surprise, he‘s lived through half a century of French cinema. With subtitles. Tuesday 22nd May at 11:35pm.
SHORT FILM - CROSS. Awards: Best Short Film. (Cannes Film Festival, 2011). First, a boy is forced to run. Then he runs of his own accord. Then he watches someone else run. Directed by: Maryna Vroda, 2011. Sunday 20th May at 9:40pm, Wednesday 23rd at 2:45pm and Monday 28th at 12:20am.
TV5MONDE Europe offers every year:
- Over 300 subtitled fi lms
- Over 1300 hours of subtitled drama
- 450 subtitled documentaries and the best of subtitled francophone magazines.
- 19 news bulletins / programmes per day
TV5MONDE Europeis available 24/7, via Sky 799 and Virgin 825. Contact: TV5MONDE UK firstname.lastname@example.org www.tv5monde.com