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TV5MONDE Cinema On Demand - Playing this month

TV5MONDE Cinema On Demand - Playing this month

Playing this month: Intriguing and powerful documentaries!

Documentaries are back on TV5MONDE Cinema On Demand! In June, enjoy captivating and powerful documentaries surrounding a variety of topics affecting many in today’s world.

Now Playing in June!

Coup pour coup

To protest against bullying and a demanding work pace, workers of an all-female garment factory organize a wildcat strike that overwhelms the union.

Au delà de la haine

After François Chenu was fatally assaulted for being gay, his family decides to help others learn about tolerance and how to go beyond their hatred.

AIDS Memories, se souvenir du SIDA

Dr. Marina Karmochkine, an HIV specialist at the Georges Pompidou European Hospital, interviews 7 of her patients about the reality of living with AIDS.

Howard Zinn, une histoire populaire américaine

Howard Zinn, author of "A People’s History of the United States,” transformed the way Americans view history and speaks about those not represented in official history.

Chomsky & Cie

Noam Chomsky's work is a radical antidote for all those who want to put an end to the feeling of powerlessness and resignation that carry the day.

La bataille de Tchernobyl

On April 26, 1986 the fourth reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant exploded. What followed was a long, intense battle by "Liquidators” to contain the disaster.

Le dernier Trappeur

Norman Winther and his wife, Nebraska, are trying to live the traditional, solitary life of trappers in the Canadian Rockies.

Kinshasa kids

A group of kids, accused of witchcraft and turned out by their families, try to form a hip-hop group while living on the streets of Kinshasa.

Tout est permis

The point license system has been used for more than 20 years in France. Participants who had their license revoked explain their experience with the recovery program.

CAVANNA, He was Charlie

François Cavanna was one of two founders of Charlie Hebdo. A series of archived footage shows the history of his work and what freedom of speech really means.
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