Cinessance is the latest streaming platform for French movies, accessible anywhere, at any time. Launched by Clément Monnet, a French entrepreneur of the Bay Area, Cinessance goes live on November 16, 2021. With a wide array of movie genres, from the classics to new releases, including popular comedies, romance, drama, and adventure movies for adults and children, Cinessance aims to close the gap between France’s rich movies heritage and film lovers living abroad by bringing a user-friendly, streaming platform dedicated to cinema in French.
The personal story behind the creation of the app is touching. Monnet is a cinema lover and has always wanted to share his passion for French movies with his wife, who does not speak French. Easier said than done when you live abroad!
France is the second-largest exporter of movies in the world behind the United States, but there is no easy way for consumers who reside outside of France to access the rich catalog of French films online. Cinessance is mainly born out of this frustration.
The catalog currently counts 100+ films available in French with English and French subtitles, and the plan is to scale up to 500 movies by 2022. To name a few, you will be able to watch “The Cabbage Soup,” “Cesar and Rosalie,” “My Best Pals,” or “Good Old Daze,” as well as recent movies like “Someone, Somewhere” or “Alibi.com.”
Subscriptions are $6.99/month or $69.99/ year with 15 days free trial. There is also a Pay-per-view option from $3.99/movie.
The service is available in the US and Canada on the web, iOS, and Android. You can cast to your TV via Airplay or Chromecast.
For 3-months, get your monthly subscription for 5.99$ (instead of 6.99$) with code CINEMERCISF (valid from 11/16/21 to 2/16/22)
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