Through January, international francophone channel TV5MONDE will be broadcast its My French Film Festival, their yearly online movie marathon that features a selection of the best and newest French cinema to moviegoers around the world.
Among the films for this year’s festival—which runs from January 18th to February 18th—is Un Peu Beaucoup Aveuglément, the Clovic Cornillac film about the unlikely love story that develops between two neighbors who have always been separated by a little more than a shared wall. The film received the audience award at the City Of Lights, City Of Angeles French Film Festival in Los Angeles and the In French With English Subtitles festival in New York. Here’s the trailer:
The rest of the festival includes Caprice by Emmanuel Mouret, A Trois On Y Va by Jérôme Bonnell, 20 Ans D’Ecart by David Moreau, Henri Henri de Marc Talbot, Les Châteaux De Sable by Olivier Jahan, and Un Français by Diastème. Find out more, including if your cable provider carries TV5MONDE, on their website.