The Five French Films to Watch on TV5MONDE in August

This August, TV5MONDE offers an eclectic program, ranging from absurdist comedy with the hit Au Poste! with Benoit Poelvoorde, to the delicate and powerful drama on Syrian refugees, Meltem. 

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Our August Selection of French Films on TV5MONDE Cinema on Demand

The laughs continue on TV5MONDE Cinema On Demand with even more family friendly comedies in August. Featuring the likes of comedic powerhouses Dany Boon, Pierre Richard, Josiane Balasko, and Benoît Poelvoorde this month's lineup is sure to keep you in stitches!

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Our July Selection of French Films on TV5MONDE Cinema on Demand

This July, TV5MONDE Cinema On Demand features a lineup of family-centric films spanning several genres, including the touching comedies Monsieur & Madame Adelman, which centers on the troubles and triumphs of a 45-year marriage, and Roulez jeunesse, a laugh out loud comedyabout a mechanic who unexpectedly becomes the caretaker of three kids.

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The Five French Films to Watch on TV5Monde in July

This July on TV5MONDE don't miss two thrillers with a very different approach: the clever and surprising Un beau voyou, a crime drama about  a cop fascinated by the robber he's trying to catch, and the dark and suspensful Toril, about the son of a farmer selling drugs to keep his dad's business afloat.

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The Five French Films to Watch on TV5MONDE in June

In June, TV5MONDE celebrates adolescence in all its glory, presenting several spectacular films on the difficult transition to adulthood.

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Our June Selection of French Films on TV5MONDE Cinema on Demand

TV5MONDE Cinema On Demand is offering a selection of captivating, feature-length documentaries! With a wide range of subjects, viewers can explore new perspectives on current affairs with Les arrivants, following asylum seekers at a detention center in Paris, get a behind-the-scenes look at a unique annual folk dancing festival with César nominee Le grand bal, or learn about the childhood of director Jacques Demy with Jacquot de Nantes, directed by his wife Agnès Varda.

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Our May Selection of French Films on TV5MONDE Cinema on Demand

This month, TV5MONDE Cinema On Demand is celebrating the French language films showcased at the biggest film festivals around the world, including the Cannes Film Festival! Official selections from the 5th edition of Young French Cinema are also still available from last month, including Sofia, a poignant drama about the trials of a young, unwed mother in Morocco and Best Screenplay Winner for Un certain regard at the 2018. (Check out some more info for that in last month's article!)

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The Five French Films to Watch on TV5Monde in May

In May, TV5MONDE celebrates the upcoming 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival by showcasing a special selection of past winners and features of the last 15 years. Some highlights include Phillipe Faucon's Amin, which follows the difficult life of a Senegalese immigrant who must work in France to support his family, Jeune femme making a splash just two years ago with Laetitia Dosch's eclectic and relatable lead performance, and Exils, a complex love story shot in Tony Gatlif's home nation of Algeria.

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Our April Selection of French Films on TV5MONDE Cinema on Demand

This month, TV5MONDE Cinema On Demand is teaming up with Young French Cinema, a Unifrance program showcasing some of the best talent of this generation's French filmmakers. Young directors have a strong message to share with today's viewers, and themes tend to revolve around the increasing clash between social and political class and cultural systems. What's more, this lineup can't be found in theaters, so best to tune in!

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The Five French Films to Watch on TV5Monde in April

For the month of April, TV5MONDE  is showcasing such a well-rounded program, you won't have any trouble finding something that suits every taste, temperament and mood imaginable. The latest and greatest fashion documentary comes from Africa this spring in Noémie Lenoir, Antoine Rivière's Habille-nous Africa. There is also of course your fair share of psychological thrillers, social commentaries, and cheeky Romcoms!

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