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7-9:20 am
Penny SerenadeDIR. GEORGE STEVENS | 1941 | 119 minA look back at the life of a married couple - portrayed by Irene Dunne and Cary Grant - as they made their way through a good deal of trying times.
9:20-9:30 am
Three Women ArriveA short fashion movie.
9:30-11 am
The ZooDIR. SHANE BRENNAN | 2011 | 90 minA peek inside the fascinating day-to-day experiences of the team behind Ireland's biggest family attraction, the 186-year-old Dublin Zoo...There are always new animals, new stories, new drama.
11 am-12 pm
Cinemoi Goes to Cannes 201860 minSee the best of this year's Festival de Cannes, with reviews of the films in competition, interviews and insights into the biggest film festival in the world... and the stars one the red carpet!
12-2 pm
ImpactDIR. ARTHUR LUBIN | 1949 | 111 minWhen business tycoon Walter, portrayed by Brian Donlevy, survives the attempt of his wife Irene (Helen Walker) and Jim, her young lover (Tony Barrett), to kill him, tables turn on Jim and that's only the beginning of numerous unpredictable twists and turns for both Walter and Irene, out and about, and in court. Co-stars include Charles Coburn as a police lieutenant and Ella Raines as the boss at a service station.
2-3 pm
Facing the Atlantic60 minGo along on journeys to the wildest, most remote areas of Western Europe, including locations in England, France, Ireland, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, and the Channel and Faroe Islands, on land and beneath the sea.
3-4 pm
HOMEDIR. YANN ARTHUS-BERTRAND | 2009 | 60 minThis one-of-a-kind documentary, narrated by Arthus-Bertrand, took three years to create as he traveled through 54 countries to hit upon the most fascinating, meaningful aerial footage views of the planet - as a piece of his ongoing infectious quest to hopefully encourage all of us to help make the world a better place.
4-6 pm
The SultansDIR. JEAN DELANNOY | 1966 | 102 minLouis Jourdan and Gina Lollobrigida play the leads amidst an affair that's more satisfying to one of the two, with a subplot that's hardly your standard father-daughter fare.
6-7 pm
Gina Lollobrigida (Stars of the Silver Screen)DIR. LYNDY SAVILLE | 2017 | 60 min
7-8:50 pm
AlegriaDIR. FRANCO DRAGONE | 1998 | 94 minCirque du Soleil's first feature presentation, centered around a depressed street mime who falls for the star of a group of circus entertainers, which puts the bounce back in his step - while her father, the troupe leader, has other plans for his daughter
8:50-9 pm
The ReflectionA short fashion movie.
9-11:20 pm
The CoupleDIR. JOHN DALY | 2004 | 120 minMartin Landau as a wealthy businessman of Hungarian Jewish descent in 1944 must give away just about everything he has to the Nazis in order to (hopefully) ensure the safe journey of his family out of Germany.
11:20-11:30 pm
RobotsA short fashion movie.
11:30 pm-12 am
2018 Met GalaWatch as Cinmoi goes inside 'Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.' The 2018 theme was selected as a celebration of the dialogue between iconic fashion pieces and religious art, and was bound to stir up some questionable looks... see them all on the red carpet!
12-1 am
The Jonathan Ross ShowThe Jonathan Ross Show, the only international talk show broadcast from London, airs exclusively on Cinémoi in the U.S.

Guests this episode: David Beckham, Gillian Anderson, Will Ferrell and Leona Lewis.
1-2 am
CANNES 2018 RED CARPET60 minSee one of the biggest celebrity events in the world ? pulling in stars like Marion Cotillard, Cate Blanchett, Lupita Nyong?o and Julianne Moore for 12 days of red-carpet photocalls. You won't want to miss it!
2-3:30 am
CANNES 2018 Closing Ceremony60 minDon't miss this year's politically sparked Closing Ceremony when #MeToo hits with fury when Italian director Asia Argento publicly rebuked Harvey Weinstein. She called the festival his ?hunting ground? and said he raped her there when she was 21.
3:30-4 am
PASSION FOR FASHION - ChanelDIR. LYNDY SAVILLE | 2013 | 30 minCoco 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.
4-7 am
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