28 JUN 2021


The company has two films set to be unveiled in sections held in parallel to the Cannes Film Festival.


At the Cannes Film Market, France tv distribution will be presenting six films awaited by international buyers. Online market screenings are programmed for two of them "Between Two Worlds" and "A Radiant Girl".

"Between Two Worlds" (original title: "Ouistreham") is a co-production by Curiosa Films and Cinéfrance Studios that will be the opening film at the 53rd Directors' Fortnight. The film talks about Marianne Winckler (Juliette Binoche), a well-known author who goes to live in northern France to research for her new book on the subject of job insecurity. Without revealing her true identity, she gets hired as a cleaner, working with a group of other women. In this new role, she experiences financial instability and social invisibility first-hand. But she also discovers mutual assistance and solidarity, strong bonds shared by these behind-the-scenes working women. The movie will be released in theaters during the first half of 2022.  

"A Radiant Girl" (original title: "Une jeune fille qui va bien") is Sandrine Kiberlain's first feature film, produced by Curiosa Films and E.D.I Films, is selected at the 60th Critics' Week Special Screening. The film talks about Irene, a young Jewish woman leading a vibrant life, in the summer of 1942 in Paris. Her family watches her as she grows and discovers the world around her, making new friends, finding new love, and her passion for the theatre... Irene wants to become an actress and her youthful days go by without a care in the world.


"Little Man Tom" (original title: "Tom") is based on the novel Tom petit Tom tout petit homme Tom by Barbara Constantine. Tom, 11 years old, lives in a trailer home on the edge of the woods with Joss, his young mother. The two of them support each ofther and show unwavering optimism. While Joss is away working small jobs, Tom keeps himself occupied. One day, a young man fresh out of prison breaks into their home and their lives, and disrupts the equilibrium.

"An Ordinary Mother" (original title: "Une mère"), produced by Incognita Films et Tripode Productions, is Sylvie Audcoeur's first feature film. Aline, (Karin Viard), never managed to get closure from the death of her 17-year-old son in a street fight. When she sees the assailant recently released from prison, she decides to cook up a plan to avenge her son. Things go unexpectedly as she gets to know the young man and her determination is tested.


"Hear Me Out" (original title: "On est fait pour s'entendre") is a romantic comedy, produced by Jerico Films and Père et Films, that talks about Antoine, a history teacher in his early 50s. He learns that he has become very hard of hearing. Unable to own up to his handicap, he resigns himself to living in his bubble, even though his entourage finds his behavior increasingly odd. Antoine's encounter with Claire, widow and mother of a young girl who has stopped speaking, will lead him to open up to the world.

There will be two online market screenings on Saturday July 10th at 10am (online 3) and on Sunday July 11th at 2.30pm (online 4).