The screenings at the Cinéma de la Plage, which take place each night under the stars, are open to the public.
1998 - 01:43
Truman Burbank leads a quiet and happy life. He lives in a small, clean bungalow in the radiant seaside resort of Seahaven. Every morning he leaves for his insurance company and returns home eight hours later to enjoy the comfort of his model home, the unfailing good humor and the mechanical smile of his wife, Meryl. But sometimes Truman suffocates under so much happiness and at night anxiety overwhelms him. He feels more and more like a stranger, as if his entourage was playing a role. He feels observed.
1983 - 01:22
This Is Spinal Tap shines a light on the self-contained universe of a metal band struggling to get back in the charts, including everything from its complicated history of ups and downs, gold albums, name changes and undersold concert dates, along with the full host of requisite groupies, promoters, hangers-on and historians, sessions, release events and those special behind-the-scenes moments that keep it all real.
2001 - 02:22
In 1766 something terrifying stalked the mountains of south-western France: a beast that preyed on humans and animals with a terrible ferocity. It became so notorious that the King dispatched envoys to investigate and kill the creature. The Beast of Gevaudan would eventually kill more than 100 people, but to this day no one is sure what it was: wolf, hyena, or something supernatural? The Beast is a popular myth in France to this day, but was little-known in the rest of the world, until this film was made, that is...
1998 - 02:01
When Stalin offers amnesty and a chance to rebuild the country to all exiled Russians in 1946, Alexei Golovine answers the call and returns to his native country from France with his French wife Marie and son Serioja. As soon as they arrive in Odessa, they are faced with an awful reality. Many of their companions are deported or executed. Alexei and his family are safe, but only because as a young doctor, the authorities know they might need him.
1962 - 01:43
Normandy, 1944. Albert vows never to drink again if he and his wife survive the war... The reformed alcoholic must now face the difficulty of keeping his promise. Soon after the war, Albert meets young Gabriel, a heavy drinker conflicted over reconciling with his young daughter. In order to help Gabriel out, Albert decides he must take off with him on one last nostalgic drinking binge. The result is madcap havoc...
2022 - 01:34
The social mix of a school in the tough Parisian banlieue is threatened by the establishment of a new boho-eco establishment nearby. Zahia joins forces with dynamic young teacher Marion to save the school by creating the banlieue's first "green school".
2022 - 01:34
Strictly Ballroom (1992) was the award-winning debut feature film of internationally acclaimed Australian director Baz Luhrmann and the first in his Red Curtain trilogy. Scott Hastings (Paul Mercurio) is a ballroom dancer with innovative steps and a penchant for breaking the rules. His impulsive behaviour on the dance floor causes him to lose his Waratah Championship partner, Liz Holt (Gia Carides). Fran (Tara Morice), from the beginners’ class and waiting in the wings, offers to be Scott’s new partner. They set off on a journey to prove the judges wrong and to dance their own steps at the Pan-Pacific Grand Prix Championships.
A romantic comedy masquerading as a docu-drama, the film has it all - drama, comedy, colour, movement, music, dancing and an astounding visual aesthetic, which becomes the recognisable feature of Bazmark productions.
2022 - 01:26
March 2002: the singer Christophe is back on stage after an absence of 28 years. An adoring camera captures words, sounds, colours and moments. Christophe...Definitively is a film in suspension, constructed like an ideal concert. It transports the viewer from stage to stage, then backstage and to Christophe's home studio and apartment where the passions, talismans and treasures gathered over the years are displayed, and where his music originated.