At the start of the year, FILMO invites cinema lovers to discover its SVOD offer entirely dedicated to the 7th Art. On the program: the exclusive High Ground western and the most recent works by Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier!
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FILMO: DARE TO CINEMA!
If series have invaded our watchlists and streaming catalogs, the 7th art still offers today an incomparable diversity and richness to be found on the first independent video on demand platform in France: FILMO. In 2022, dare the cinema!
Since 2008, FILMO has been a flagship destination for moviegoers looking for an SVOD offer that suits them or for curious viewers who want to broaden their horizons. Great classics, auteur films, genre cinema, but also blockbusters and nuggets sometimes not found elsewhere … FILMO brings together nearly 1000 titles, regularly renewed, in its non-binding subscription at € 6.99 per month.
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The particularity of FILMO is to offer only cinema, and especially cinema in all its diversity and originality, a free and unique cinema, thanks to selections specially prepared by experts, journalists and historians.
As you wish, discover the collections and themes available to you with films for all tastes, from big Hollywood hits to much rarer works of Asian cinema to name a few.
To satisfy everyone’s curiosity, each feature film is reviewed by a journalist or a personality with some additional information: shooting anecdotes, the genesis of the film, details not to be missed, exclusive interviews, thematic programs. Not to mention the reports, cut scenes and making-of for bonus lovers!
Available on the web, iOS, Android, Prime Video, Molotov, Orange, Bouygues, SFR, Free and game consoles, FILMO invites you to discover its SVOD offer now thanks to a free 14-day trial on filmotv.fr.
NOT TO BE MISSED IN JANUARY ON FILMO
A FILMO exclusive: High Ground with Simon Baker
From January 20, FILMO will exclusively offer the Australian film High Ground, a mix of western and thriller with Simon Baker (Mentalist). The actor plays a former soldier who will have to face his brutal past in this story that looks at colonization and the history of Australia.
Director Stephen Johnson, who made his mark thanks to the Dead Gorgeous and Legacy of the Silver Shadow series, is at the helm of this feature film to be discovered on FILMO.
The other exclusives of the month
In January, even if the weather is for coats and scarves, FILMO also invites subscribers to dive into The swimming pool, thanks to the restored version of Jacques Deray’s masterpiece with Alain Delon and Romy Schneider, for the very first time in SVOD.
Also new of the month: a long-distance love story between Joe Cole (Peaky Blinders) and Lina El Arabi in the romantic drama Eye on Juliet, still unpublished in France!
Scandinavia selection: films that came from the cold
Among the highlights of the start of the year, Scandinavian cinema is in the spotlight on FILMO with a selection that should delight fans of the genre. Bringing together works by filmmakers Thomas Vinterberg, Susanne Bier, Erik Poppe, Joachim Trier among others, this collection plunges viewers into the special and original atmosphere of these films that have crossed borders.
A variety of genres and themes, from historical frescoes to romantic comedy, as well as major actors like Mads Mikkelsen and Ulrich Thomsen, highlight the uniqueness of Scandinavian cinema.
In January, new films are added to this beautiful program, including four feature films by the controversial Danish director Lars von Trier: Melancholia, with Kirsten Dunst, erotic dramas Nymphomaniac Volume 1 and Volume 2 which brings together Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stellan Skarsgård and Shia LaBeouf, and the thriller The House That Jack Built worn by Matt Dillon.
Find all these novelties on FILMO!