A cinematographic journey is proposed in connection with the Festival program, the opportunity to deepen your knowledge around major figures of dance.

Free admission, limited seating available.

In partnership with the Center national de la Danse and the Cineum

Info. Julie Parisse 04 92 99 33 78 –

Saturday, November 25th

10:30 – Palais des Festivals (Cannes)

BIRGET DOCUMENTARY FILM; portrait of a creative process by Andreas Leonardsen 

2023, Norway, 30–40 min

This film reflects the meeting between Sámi artists Elle Sofe Sara and Joar Nango and the artists, technicians and administrators of the Norwegian national company Carte Blanche. It aims to step inside the heart of the process behind BIRGET’s creation and the questions raised by this artistic, human, cultural and political encounter.

Thursday, November 30th

21:00 – Cineum (Cannes La Bocca)

SAFETY LAST by Harold Lloyd

1923, United States, 1h13

Harold came to Los Angeles to make a fortune. However, he found himself stuck in his job as a small salesman. It was then that the idea came to him: suggesting to his boss that they advertise the shop by having an acrobat friend climb its walls. But, as it turned out, he would be the one that would scale this facade!

Saturday, December 2nd

10h30 – Palais des Festivals (Cannes)


2023, 54 MIN


A montage of choreographic and performative excerpts proposed by the CND (National Centre for Dance) with Loïe Fuller, Trisha Brown Early Works, Laura De Nercy and Bruno Dizien, Kitsou Dubois, Jann Gallois, Mourad Merzouki, Régine Chopinot, Philippe Decouflé, Iztok Kovac, Joëlle Bouvier and Régis Obadia, among others.

Saturday, December 9th

10:30 – Palais des Festivals (Cannes)

MAGIC MONSTER (2023, France, 1h30)

Preview – Documentary film by Grégoire Korganow
With Amala Dianor and the cast of the SIGUIFIN show.


There are nine of them, nine dancers from different African countries. In Saint-Louis, under the bite of the Senegalese sun, they get to know each other, work together and imagine a contemporary dance piece that reflects them. From this shifting material, choreographer Amala Dianor, with his attentive and demanding eye, moulds day by day the contours of a show entitled “Siguifin”, which in Bambara means magic monster.


With the support of Onda – Office national de diffusion artistique as part of the Écran vivant programme, Lux Scène nationale I Arts visuels + Arts numériques, Valence, and the Institut Français.

Free entrance subject to available seats