Télérama is doing its festival and allows you to see films for 3.50 euros!

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Here is a good plan to start the year 2022! Télérama is finally making its festival and good news, you will be able to see films for 3.50 euros! The magazine is organizing the 24th edition of the Télérama Cinema Festival from January 19, 2022 throughout France. The opportunity to see or re-watch films like “Dune” or “Annette”. To your agendas!

Canceled due to the health situation in January 2021, Télérama will finally launch its 24th edition of its film festival from January 19 to 25, 2022. The Télérama Cinema Festival will be an opportunity to find, in 450 arthouse theaters throughout France, the 15 films that will have marked the year 2021 for the editorial staff of the cultural magazine, with the support of Afcae, a long-standing partner. “Aline”, the last film directed by Valérie Lemercier, acclaimed by critics, or “Annette” by Léos Carax with Marion Cotillard and Adam Driver, among others, bet on the selection of the 15 films of the year 2021 chosen by the editorial staff of Telerama.

A pass for two

It is thanks to a pass, which can be found in the Télérama magazine on newsstands or on the Télérama.fr site, that readers will be able to watch the selection of feature films at a lower cost. A pass, valid for two people, which will allow access to the dark rooms for the modest sum of 3.50 euros, instead.

In addition to the selection made by the editorial staff of Télérama, six other films will be previewed with, among others, “Un monde” by Laura Wandel.

10,000 passes for young people

Far from stopping at 16 feature films, the cultural magazine has also included the choice of young people under 26 years old. The latter had voted to elect their favorite film on the occasion of the study “Young people and cinema”. Unsurprisingly, it is Denis Villeneuve’s film, “Dune” with Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya, which won the favor of some 8,500 young voters. The cinematographic work will be the subject of “special screenings”, indicated Télérama. “Co-created in partnership with Télérama, we wanted to put young people at the heart of our system to allow them to rediscover the emotions of cinema in theaters”, indicates Vincent-Baptiste Closon, head of partnerships, affinity territories and events at BNP Paribas .

10,000 passes will be distributed to partner associations, the press release said, while welovecinema, the BNP Paribas platform, will involve passes to be won from mid-December.

The 15 films of the year, chosen by the Télérama editorial staff:

“Annette” by Léos Carax
“Drive my car” de Ryusuke Hamaguchi
“Julie (in twelve chapters)” by Joachim Trier
“First Cow” de Kelly Reichardt
“The Law of Tehran” by Saeed Roustayi
“Compariment No. 6” by Juho Kuosmanen
“The devil does not exist” by Mohammad Rasoulof
“Parallel Mothers” by Pedro Almodóvar
“Aline” by Valérie Lemercier
“The summit of the Gods” by Patrick Imbert
“Lost Illusions” by Xavier Giannoli
“La fracture” by Catherine Corsini
“Nomadland” by Chloé Zhao
“Indes galantes” by Philippe Béziat
“The Olympics” by Jacques Audiard

The 6 films in previews:

“Another world” by Stéphane Brizé
“Our Childhood” by Mike Mills
“They are alive” by Jérémie Elkaïm
“Young lovers” by Carine Tardieu
“You only want me” by Claire Simon
“A world” by Laura Wandel