Pop the Möet & spend Bastille Day with Cinémoi!
BASTILLE DAY MARATHON
TUESDAY, July 14th beginning at 7 AM ET!
Indulge in French and French-inspired cinema, go behind the scenes at the runway shows and learn about the careers of legendary French fashion designers, get inspired by French filmmakers, and don’t forget that certain je ne sais quoi!
We proudly present our official Bastille Day Marathon schedule:
7 AM EST: Agent 38-24-36
9 AM EST: ‘School For Love’, Starring Brigitte Bardot
11 AM EST: Brigitte Bardot: The Icon of France
The life and career of screen siren, Brigitte Bardot.
11:30 AM EST: Dior (Passion for Fashion)
As a designer, Dior’s coming of age occurred with this single collection which would go on to influence over a decade of women’s fashion.
12:00 PM EST: ‘Les Sultans’/ ‘The Sultans’, Starring Gina Lollobrigida
2 PM EST: ‘Martin Roumagnac’, Starring Marlene Dietrich
A 1946 French crime film directed by Georges Lacombe. It tells the story of a builder in a small town who falls for a glamorous but treacherous femme fatale, with tragic results for both.
4:30 PM EST: Jean Luc Godard (Movie Talk)
A chat with French-Swiss film director, Jean Luc Godard, who came to prominence with the New Wave group in France during the late 1950s and the ’60s.
5:00 PM EST: YSL (Passion for Fashion)
From an assistant at Dior to setting up his own brand, Saint Laurent always challenged fashion standards and tried to make the world of fashion a more diverse and representative place.
5:30 PM EST: L’eau à la bouche/ A Game For Six Lovers
7:30 PM EST: ‘Paris, Je T’Aime’, Starring Juliette Binoche and Gérard Depardieu
10:00 PM EST: *PREMIERE* ‘The French Touch’, Starring Fernandel
12:00 AM EST: François Truffaut
12:30 AM EST: Chanel (Passion for Fashion)
Coco Chanel, who learned to sew in the orphanage where she was sent after her mother died, opened her first shop when she was 27, and soon her idea of turning a jersey shirt into a dress set the world of fashion on fire. And she never stopped moving the field forward – Chanel No. 5 perfume, the Chanel suit and little black dress all sprung from her imagination.
1:00 AM EST: Caroline Cherié (1968)
France, July, 1789. Whilst a party of aristocrats are enjoying themselves in the Bois de Vincennes, the French Revolution is beginning to get underway. At the insistence of her father, 16 year old Caroline de Bièvre must marry the politician Georges Berthier, but she is in love with the younger, more handsome Gaston de Sallanches.
3:00 AM EST: Paris Haute Couture
Paris’s haute couture Fashion Week will go digital as Cinémoi brings the best of the best of runway designers, interviews and more to your fingertips.
3:30 AM EST: Fashion Designers: Louis Vuitton