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GRACE DE MONACO / GRACE OF MONACO
(Original English version with French subtitles)
Friday December 19th to Tuesday December 23rd: 1:00, 6:00
Wednesday December 24th: 1:00
Thursday December 25th: 6:00

THE SHORTEST DAY
COMEDY SELECTION

(Original International version with English subtitles)
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Friday December 19th: 9:15

ADVANCED STYLE
(Original English version)
LAST DAYS
Friday December 19th: 5:15
Saturday December 20th to Tuesday December 23rd: 5:15, 9:15

THE 2014 CANNES LIONS
THE INTERNATIONAL ADVERTISING FILMS FESTIVAL

(Original international version)
Friday December 19th: 3:00
Saturday December 20th to Tuesday December 23rd: 3:00, 7:00
Wednesday December 24th: 3:00
Thursday December 25th: 3:45

THE HOMESMAN
(Original English version with French subtitles)
LAST DAYS
Friday December 19th to Tuesday December 23rd: 3:15, 8:30
Wednesday December 24th: 3:15

BIRDMAN
OR (THE UNEXPECTED VIRTUE OF IGNORANCE)

(Original English version with French subtitles)
Friday December 19th to Tuesday December 23rd: 1:30, 4:00, 6:30, 9:00
Wednesday December 24th: 1:30, 4:00
Thursday December 25th: 8:30

THE NATIONAL OPERA OF PARIS IN MONTREAL
CELEBRATE DANCE

Friday December 19th to Wednesday December 24th: 12:00

INTO THE WOODS
(Original English version)
Thursday December 25th: 3:15, 5:45, 8:15

UNBROKEN
(Original English version with French subtitles)
Thursday December 25th: 3:30, 6:15, 9:00

 

 

 

GRACE OF MONACO

Friday December 19th to Tuesday December 23rd: 1:00, 6:00
Wednesday December 24th: 1:00
Thursday December 25th: 6:00

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USA / France. 2014. Dir.: Olivier Dahan. 103 min. With : Nicole Kidman, Tim Roth, Frank Langella, Parker Posey.

Original English version with French subtitles
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French director Olivier Dahan’s Grace of Monaco opened this year Festival de Cannes.

The film portrays a period in the life of American Actress Grace Kelly (played by Nicole Kidman) who became Princess Grace of Monaco when she married Prince Rainier III (Tim Roth) in 1956, in what was dubbed “the marriage of the century”. An Oscar winner, she was already a huge film star, having worked with the very greatest (John Ford, Alfred Hitchcock, Fred Zinnemann) and acclaimed the world over. Six years later, amid occasional difficulties in fulfilling her role, she was invited back to Hollywood by Alfred Hitchcock, to play in his new film Marnie. At the time, France was threatening to tax and even annex Monaco, the tiny Principality whose monarch Kelly had become. Was she still an actress? Was she really Princess of Monaco?

Produced by Pierre-Ange Le Pogam, Uday Chopra and Arash Amel, who also wrote the screenplay, Grace de Monaco sees Nicole Kidman play the role of Grace, with Tim Roth as Prince Rainier. Their co-stars include Frank Langella, Parker Posey, Jeanne Balibar, Sir Derek Jacobi and Paz Vega, who plays Maria Callas. The film was shot in Scope 2.35 using Kodak 35mm film. The Director of Photography was France’s Eric Gautier and the 16-weeks shoot took place in Monaco, South of France, Paris, Vintimille, Gand and Bruxelles.

Born in 1967 in La Ciotat, Olivier Dahan previously directed La Vie en Rose (2007) which garnered Marion Cotillard the Oscar for Best Actress in 2008.

CANNES 2014 – OPENING FILM

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