Wednesday, May 18

Canal+ Big screen: the new cinema channel launched on February 8

Movie lovers will be delighted. On February 8, Canal+ will launch the Canal+ Grand Ecran channel, where it will offer subscribers access to new and recent films, as well as the essentials that have marked the history of the 7th Art.

The ambition of this new channel is to bring together “films to have seen in a lifetime”, those which have left an indelible imprint on the hearts of viewers over the years, and which we never tire of seeing and seeing again. . In total, at least 300 films per year will be offered on Canal+ Big Screen, bringing together all genres and styles of cinema. This channel offers an invaluable gift to all subscribers: a starting point for forging and/or enriching one’s cinematographic culture.

For its opening night, on February 8, Canal+ Grand Ecran will honor these French films that have established themselves in Hollywood, starting with La Môme with Marion Cotillard, or The Artist with Jean Dujardin and Bérénice Béjo. Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather trilogy – with the re-edited version of the third part by the director broadcast for the first time on French television in 2020 – will be in the spotlight from the first weekend.

Minesweepers, A History of Violence, Hugo Cabret, etc. and so many other films will also be available to discover, both on-line and on-demand via the myCANAL streaming platform.

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