Cannes for Free!

Right in time for the weekend… Working in partnership with Stella Artois, is now featuring a selection of its favorite films that have played at the Cannes Film Festival.

The lineup, including many prize winners, features movies by Federico Fellini (Amarcord), Wong Kar-wai (Happy Together), Michelangelo Antonioni (L’avventura), Jacques Tati (Mon oncle), and others. There are nine movies in total, filmed between 1958 and 2008. And they’re free until June. These films should be available worldwide, but registration is required. Kick back and start watching here.

For more great classics, see our collection of Free Movies Online.

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  • Alex Levy says:

    Seem to be lots of good films on that “auteurs” site, but it seems that you can only watch one :-( Is that really the case, or am I missing something?

  • I’m from The Auteurs. We are showing at least 6 past Cannes films for free in every country sponsored by Stella Artois, though the exact selection varies from country to country due to the complexity of film rights.

    As for the total number of films you can watch on the site, that ranges from about 200-500 depending on the country but is expanding rapidly. Most films are not currently free, though our goal is to make a lot more of them free over time. You can see what we have available to view in whatever country you happen to be in by visiting

  • Stephen T. says:

    Its Nifty how they have Stella Artois backing them up.

  • samasamon says:

    Whatever is free. I like it.

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