The French streaming service Cinessance, dedicated to French cinema, is now officially launched in the US.
The French streaming service Cinessance is now officially launched in the US, since last November. Cinessance is dedicated to French cinema, calling itself first “the French Netflix” to attract all American Francophiles, French learners and French living abroad to simply enjoy the best of what France has to offer.
Created by Clément Monnet, CEO and Co founder of Voom and Skydex, this new platform intends to promote France and French cinema around the world. Cinessance already has over 1000 users.
The platform includes both classics and more recent films from Le Corniaud and L’Aile ou la cuisse with Louis de Funès, Max et les Férailleurs, by Claude Sautet but also Un air de famille by Cedric Klapisch.
This year, from January 14 to February 14, the 12th edition of MyFrenchFilmFestival will be available on Cinessance!
Make sure to visit Cinessance to begin a free 15 days trial and enjoy this first fully French international streaming offer!