After being canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, the Fête du Cinéma returns this year. From Wednesday June 30 to Sunday July 4, spectators will be able to benefit from a single price of 4 euros to see one of the many films showing in cinemas.
From this Wednesday, June 30 and until Sunday, July 4 inclusive, the Fête du Cinéma will take place. This will be the 36th edition of this event which had to be canceled last year due to the health crisis. Concretely, during these five days, cinema tickets will be offered at a single price of four euros “excluding additional charges for 3D films, special screenings and additional services”.
Good news: cinemas will be able to reopen at 100% of their capacity as of June 30, the same day as the start of the Fête du Cinéma. And the icing on the cake, the films showing are many and varied, everyone can find a feature film to their liking! Here is a non-exhaustive selection.
“Presidents”, by Anne Fontaine
With Jean Dujardin, Grégory Gadebois, Doria Tillier. Nicolas, a former President of the Republic, does not support the end of his political life. The circumstances allow him to hope for a return to the front of the stage. But he needs an ally. Nicolas will therefore leave for Corrèze, to convince François, another former President (who himself is enjoying a happy retirement in the countryside) to team up with him. François pricks himself in the game, while Nicolas discovers that happiness may not be where he thought … And their respective companions, they will soon join in.
“Cruella”, by Craig Gillepsie
With Emma Stone, Emma Thompson, Joel Fry. London, 1970s, full of punk rock. A talented crook, Estella is determined to make a name for herself in the fashion world. She befriends two young scoundrels who appreciate her con artist skills and lead a criminal existence with them on the streets of London. One day, her designs were noticed by Baroness von Hellman, a great figure of fashion, terribly chic and horribly snobbish. But their relationship will trigger a series of revelations that will lead Estella to let herself be invaded by her dark side, to the point of giving birth to the ruthless Cruella, a brilliant young woman thirsty for fashion and revenge …
“Nomadland”, by Chloé Zhao
With Frances McDormand, David Strathairn, Gay DeForest. After the economic collapse of the working-class city of Nevada where she lived, Fern decides to hit the road in his campervan and adopt a modern nomadic life, breaking with the standards of today’s society. True nomads embody Fern’s comrades and mentors and accompany him in his discovery of the vast expanses of the American West.
“The Barbapapa go green”
The Barbapapa family arrives in your cinema. Go and discover nature with the Barbapapa family and accompany them in their adventures: learn less about wasting water, protect sick birds, how to live in nature, discover the creation of the earth or save the tree of birth of Barbapapa and Barbamama.
“Without a noise 2”, by John Krasinski
With Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Cillian Murphy. After the deadly events in their home, the Abbot family must face danger from the outside world. To survive, they must fight in silence. Forced to venture into uncharted territory, they realize that creatures that attack at the slightest sound aren’t the only threat standing in their way.
“An Ordinary Spy”, by Dominic Cooke
With Benedict Cumberbatch, Merab Ninidze, Rachel Brosnahan. 1960. A modest English trade representative, Greville Wynne finds himself plunged into the heart of the Cold War. At the request of MI-6 and the CIA, he forges an alliance as secret as it is perilous with Soviet colonel Oleg Penkovsky. Objective: to provide the necessary information to the West to avoid a nuclear confrontation and to defuse the Cuban missile crisis. He then began a series of trips back and forth between London and Moscow, taking more and more risks …
“The Father”, by Florian Zeller
With Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Colman, Mark Gatiss. The film tells the inner trajectory of an 81-year-old man, Anthony, whose reality is slowly shattering before our eyes. But it is also the story of Anne, his daughter, who tries to accompany him in a labyrinth of unanswered questions.
“5th set”, by Quentin Reynaud
With Alex Lutz, Ana Girardot, Kristin Scott Thomas. At almost 38 years old, Thomas is a tennis player who has never shoneÌ ??. Yet 17 years ago he was one of tennis’s greatest hopes. But a loss in the semi-finals traumatized himÌ ?? and since then he has stayed ?? in the depths of the ranking. Today he is preparing for ?? what should be his last tournament. But he refuses to abdicate. Suddenly intoxicatedÌ ?? out of a desire to save his honor, he embarks on an unlikely Homeric fight with uncertain results …
“The meaning of family”, by Jean-Patrick Benes
With Alexandra Lamy, Franck Dubosc, Christiane Millet. One morning, the Morels wake up with a big problem. They find that everyone’s mind is stuck in the body of another family member! Chacha, 6, is in Papa’s body, Papa in the body of his teenage son, the son in the body of the big sister, the big sister in the body of the mother, and the mother in the body of Chacha …. Didn’t you follow? Neither do they. And that’s just the beginning.
“Les Bouchetrous”, by David Silverman
Have you never heard of the Bouchetrous? Yet these amazing creatures, as clumsy as they are playful, spend peaceful days on an island lost for millions of years. Until the day when strange creatures land on their island: humans! Leaving their island, the Bouchetrous go on an adventure and tumble into huge cities, discovering this curious human civilization, and its pets. Will the Bouchetrous let themselves be tamed by these funny humans?