Catherine Deneuve: the star in the spotlight of a collection of films on Ciné + and MyCanal

From this December 17, Catherine Deneuve is in the spotlight on the Ciné + Premier channel and on the myCanal platform with a collection of films including classics such as Belle de jour or Les umbras de Cherbourg.

Since the 1960s, Catherine Deneuve has established herself as one of the greatest actresses in French cinema, if not the greatest. The face of directors like François Truffaut, Jacques Demy and André Téchiné, Queen Catherine has also toured with international filmmakers like Luis Bunuel, Dino Risi, Tony Scott, Lars Von Trier and Hirokazu Kore-Eda. One foot in auteur cinema, the other in popular films, the sister of the late Françoise Dorléac has known how to renew itself over the years, not hesitating to destroy her image as a great lady at Emmanuelle Bercot (She leaves) or François Ozon (Potiche) or to give the answer to the rapper Nekfeu in the film Everything separates us. Nominated for the Oscar for Best Actress in 1992 for the film Indochina, Catherine Deneuve has won numerous awards including two Césars for best actress, in 1981 for The Last Metro by François Truffaut and in 1993 for Indochina. In 1998, she also received an Honorary Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival and an Honorary Palme d’Or at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival.

A Catherine Deneuve evening on Ciné + Premier

At the end of the year 2021, the star is in the spotlight on the channels of Canal +. Twenty-nine films are scheduled on the Ciné + Premier channel and on a dedicated digital channel, called Ciné + Deneuve, on the myCanal platform, from Friday, December 17. A Catherine Deneuve night will take place on Ciné + Premier on December 29. At 8:50 p.m., the recent comedy will be broadcast Terrible Jungle, where Catherine Deneuve gives the answer to the young generation of French actors like Vincent Dedienne, Jonathan Cohen and Alice Belaïdi. A joyfully wacky film, in which Deneuve plays a seasoned anthropologist who impatiently awaits her son to assist him in his research. But the latter, who seeks to escape the invasive influence of Chantal, whose working methods he increasingly condemns, decides to carry out his own experiments in Guyana. The evening will continue at 10:20 p.m. with The truth by Hirokazu Kore-Eda then at 0:05 am with Everything separates us by Thierry Klifa. Here is the list of films with Catherine Deneuve that myCanal subscribers will be able to watch or re-watch from December 17th.

The Catherine Deneuve collection on Ciné + and on myCanal

Terrible Jungle by David Caviglioli and Hugo Benamozig

The truth by Hirokazu Kore-Eda

Everything separates us by Thierry Klifa

My stars and me by Laetitia Colombani

Closer to paradise by Tonie Marshall

Beautiful day by Luis Bunuel

Listen to see by Hugo Santiago

if we had to redo it by Claude Lelouch

Umbrellas of Cherbourg by Jacques Demy

The thieves by André Téchiné

The creatures by Agnès Varda

The crime scene by André Téchiné

Cloudy agent by Jean-Pierre Mocky

The last metro by François Truffaut

Shock by Robin Davis

Mayerling by Terence Young

As long as it’s a girl by Mario Monicelli

The wild by Jean-Paul Rappeneau

And Satan is leading the way by Grisha Dabat

Lost souls by Dino Risi

Liza by Marco Ferreri

Portuguese holidays by Pierre Kast

Indochina by Régis Wargnier

It only happens to others by Nadine Trintignant

Hotel of the Americas by André Téchiné

Tristana by Luis Bunuel

Fort Saganne by Alain Corneau

The good life by Jean-Paul Rappeneau

Man hunting by Edouard Molinaro

Genealogies of a crime by Raoul Ruiz

The crime scene by Claude Chabrol

Tom Thumb by Olivier Dahan

A collection of films to discover on Canal +

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Catherine Deneuve: the star in the spotlight of a collection of films on Ciné + and MyCanal