Le Petit Septième and Cinéfranco are doing it again!
After the success of our partnership which made it possible to offer the film Fahim on LPS-Live, it was normal for our two organizations to meet again within the framework of a broadcast partnership. This time, it is within the framework of the Mois de la Francophonie that the project is developing.
Every weekend in March, you will therefore be able to see two films on LPS-Live. We have worked hard (especially Marcelle Lean, the artistic director of Cinéfranco) to offer you good movies, light, but intelligent… for the most part. 😉
Each film can be rented for $5. It will also be possible to rent both films for $7. It will also be possible to pre-order your movies. Some of them will be on presale from Wednesday. You can find them on LPS-Live.
The first weekend will be reserved for Quebec cinema. After all, Le Petit Septième is above all a Quebec media.
So, from March 4 at 6 p.m. until March 6 at 10 p.m., you will be able to see the alternate version of Marc Joly-Corcoran’s The Mirror. This is a film that will be premiered. Also during this first weekend, we offer you the comedy Maria, with Marianna Mazza.
Then will come other francophone movies from other countries : L’horizon (Émilie Carpentier), Tom Medina (Tony Gatlif), On est fait pour s’entendre (Pascal Elbé), Tonton Manu (Patrick Puzenat et Thierry Dechilly) and 2 other titles that we will uncover soon.
To rent the movies, just go to the LPS-Live page and rent or reserve your film. Each film will be available for one weekend of the month, and presented online. There is a limit of tickets available, so don’t wait until the last minute to reserve your spot.
To watch the movie, it will also be directly on LPS-Live, the weekend for which you rented your film.
Good cinema and long live the Francophonie!
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