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Cannes Classics: "The Mummy" and "Pierrot Le Fou"

Cannes Classics Program: "The Mummy" and "Pierrot Le Fou"

On the Cannes Classics program, screening in the Bunuel theater at 2pm, is a restored copy of Mr Hulot’s Holiday by Jacques Tati. Filmgoers can also view The Mummy by Shadi Abdel Salam, a digitally restored version handled by World Cinema Foundation. The film is based on true events, the 1881 discovery of 40 Royal Sarcophaguses. And finally, Accident by Joseph Losey, was recently restored by the French BFI National Archive and Studio Canal in celebration of the 100th anniversary of his birth.

Of further interest, the Soixantième theatre is presenting at 7:15pm another milestone film in cinema history, Pierrot Le Fou by Jean-Luc Godard and in the presence of Anna Karina. In her own words, “Young people between the ages of 15 – 25 all over the world are interested in movies, from Korea to Japan including Poland and Denmark. They love the adventure, the feelings, living for the day. To see these films again in restored versions is very moving for me. A real gift, especially since this film often represents France in film festivals.

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