Cannes Film Festival: these films that you can see for free at the Cinéma de la Plage

Cannes Film Festival: these films that you can see for free at the Cinéma de la Plage
Cannes Film Festival: these films that you can see for free at the Cinéma de la Plage

Cinema on the Beach is truly the Cannes Festival for everyone, accredited or not. In a gala suit or in jeans and sneakers.

With its giant screen installed on Macé Beach, on the sand next to the Palais des Festivals, the outdoor film projection is aimed at the general public, whether they are a frequent spectator on a deckchair or a simple walker on the Croisette.

Everyone can enjoy an action scene, a moment of emotion in this selection of popular, quality films, in restored version before a new theatrical release for some, suitable for entertaining the whole family.

The 2024 program is no exception to the rule. From May 14 to 25, at 9:30 p.m., in addition to the contemporary films “Transmitzvah” by Daniel Burman, “My way” by Lisa Azuelos and Thierry Teston (which recounts the birth of the legendary song, at the edge of a swimming pool in private mansion by Claude François) and the animated films “Silex and the city” by Jul, taken from his comic book series with the voices of Guillaume Gallienne, Clément Sibony and Léa Drucker and “Slocum et moi” by Jean-François Laguionie , previously announced, we can see again, in the chapter of the classics “After Hours” by Martin Scorsese (1985), a dive into a hellish night of a young computer scientist; the operatic delirium “Phantom of the Paradise” by Brian de Palma (1974) or, in a more lively register, “Operation Condor” by Jackie Chan (1991).

It will also be an opportunity to rediscover as a family Hayao Miyazaki’s somewhat forgotten masterpiece “Porco Rosso” (1992).

We will still go to “Exiles” with Romain Duris, Lubna Azabal in the film by Tony Gatlif (2004) and to the front with the four “Indigènes”, forgotten soldiers of the first French army recruited in Africa by Rachid Bouchareb (2006).

More offbeat, the film “The Nine Queens” by Fabian Bielinsky (2000) will immerse the beach in the world of Argentine burglars.

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