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Series, movies, what to watch in June

New series, new movies and new documentaries are coming out in June. Meanwhile movie theaters are closed, there is a great deal of possibilities.

David Lynch released a short movie on Youtube (link in the article below), I watched a great documentary of Timothy Chalamet. And Claude Lelouch is to release a new movie on Canal+ (more in the article).

Don’t forget new series on your platforms and the festivals which will open in June (Champs Elysées Film Festival, Annecy ‘s International Film Animation festival) and the global movie on line festival, We are One, a global film festival now on line.

What to watch in June: movies and series

Old and new films & series




Two investigations ‘ stories


Manhattan Murder Mystery  currently on Netflix

Directed by Woody Allen- Script Woody Allen & Marshall Brickman – With Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Alan Alda Anjelica Huston, and Zach Braff. Music: Cole Porter, Errol Garner, Wagner.


I watched again this movie directed by Woody Allen. The story is about a woman, Carol, played by Diane Keaton, obsessed by the death of her old neighbor. She suspects the husband to have murdered her. Carol bores herself with her husband Larry, played by Woody Allen, and investigates with an old friend who is still in love with her, Ted, played by Alan Alda. The story, the music, and the dialogues are just perfect. It is one of the greatest movie directed by Woody Allen.

The famous  “I can’t listen to that much Wagner. I start getting the urge to conquer Poland” is one of his best lines.

There is also a tribute to two great movies: Double Indemnity by Billy Wilder and The Lady from Shangai by Orson Wells. Woody Allen managed to blended genre comedy, with, sometimes,a film noir atmosphere. Zach Braff (the hero of the series Scrub) plays the son. We also meet Anjelica Huston, sensational, who plays a writer published by Woody Allen .
This movie is a great moment of pleasure, with a great end. You should watch it  now.


White Lines

In a very different style, Alex Pina, the creator of La Casa de Papel gives us some good moments  in Ibiza. The story of Zoé investigating the death of her brother missing for twenty years is both light and dramatic. We discover an island where everything is possible and we are touched by the story of this woman who does not know who she is and what she really wants.

Both shot  in Spanish and English, the photography of this series is beautiful, by Kieran McGuigan. Alex Pina pays tribute to Jean-Luc Godard in one episode of the series with Breathless quoted by one of his character and in non-cliché way. If you found who is the character, write me to

Zoé is played by Laura Haddock (Da Vinci’s Demon), and I really loved the character of Boxer, played by Nuno Lopes (Une fille facile, Chamboultout). Tom Rhys Harries is perfect, whom I discovered in The Gentlemen (last movie directed by Guy Ritchie). The all cast is great.  Even if this series could have been shorter and is far from the strength of La Casa de Papel, I enjoyed it very much.






Sofia Coppola : Five lessons of film making 

Dallas Buyers’ Club : Script to Screen

Interview of Scott Derrickson, co-writer and director of Doctor Strange.

Jonathan Demme and Paul Thomas Anderson ‘ discussion

A dialogue from Casablanca






Wednesday 27th
Arte : Happy end , by Michael Haneke, with Isabelle Huppert & Jean-Louis Trintignant
Canal+ : Dolor y Gloria ; 
Canal + : Parasite

Thursday 28th
M6 : This is Us
TMC: The Big Short
TF1 : Les Bronzés

Friday 29th
France 3 : Documentary on J.J. Goldman
Canal+: Les Indestructibles 2- Snowpiercer (Bong Joon Ho)

Saturday 30th
Paramount : Le chasseur
TCM : Inside Man

Sunday 31st
TCM : Special Clint Eastwood : Grand Torino followed by True Crime
TF1: La proposition
C8: Coup de torchon
TFX: Oblivion
RTL9 : Welcome Back

Monday 1rd
TF1 : Babysitting
France 5 : Le corps de mon ennemi
M6 : Red 2
C8 : Instinct de survie

Tuesday 2nd
TF1: Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows (part 2)
TCM: Entretien avec un vampire
Paramount : Les amants du Capricorne
Canal+: Deux moi (review here)
M6 : Ne le dis à personne

Wednesday 3rd
Arte : L’enfer
TCM: Sept hommes à abattre




Series’s Characters we remember

Documentary : L’Affaire Waldheim , Football and movies

Film : Harmonium , by Koji Fukada

Blow up: news on movies  (short documentaries): Max Von Sydow, dance & cinema, James Gray, Milos Forman, circus & cinema, Milos Forman…


La Cinémathèque Française


Podcast with Jane Birkin on La Cinémathèque Française website




David Lynch has his own Youtube Page : David Lynch Theater. He added a new short movie on May 20th, free on line:


Le grand détournement, la classe américaine de Michel HAZANAVICIUS & Dominique Mézerette is to watch fully on line on Youtube. Soon a book on the best lines will come out.


Trip to Greece, a friendship story during a holiday in Greece,  now available on Youtube


Movies & series to watch

now and in June on Netflix

Now :

Documentary : Crip Camp: a disability revolution, produced by The Obama’s.


Trois mètres au-dessus du ciel, adapted from the novel of Federico Moccia: teenagers on holidays on the Adriatic coast…


TV Reality : The great battle of flowers

Don’t forget on Friday: the series Space Force and season 3 of  Fauda will be on line June 4th


To come:

Dalton Trumbo

Soul surfer


Green Room (horror movie)


47 meters down


The Old Guard (July 10th on Netflix)


Movies & series to watch now and

in June on Disney+


Out , to stream now, with the first gay character in a Disney movie.


Artemis Fowl (on line on June 12th)


Movies, series to watch now and in June on Canal+



Ginger & Fred, by Federico Fellini


Ceux qui travaillent by Antoine Russbach with Olivier Gourmet


Les Cahiers d’Esther season 2 by Riad Sattouf


El Reino: read my review here

Series : In treatment adapted from the Israeli series BeTipul, (watch the documentary I talked about here.


Movies & series to watch now and in June

on Amazon Prime Video


Now, movies:

Fantastic Mr Fox by Wes Anderson


The French, by William Klein, on the “French Open” tournoi of Roland Garros in 1981.


And new series I was talking about the past few weeks:


Little Fires Everywhere 

Battlestar Galactica



Zoey’s extraordinary playlist, directed by Austin Winsberg (known for The Ugly Truth) broadcast on Warner TV, with Jane Levy  (seen in the series What If)


Christopher Nolan, whom I was talking about last week, is to broadcast his new movie Tenet on the video games platform, Fortnite

The movie Greyhoundwill come out on Apple TV, with Tom Hanks.
The story of Ernest Krause, a captain who fought the Nazis and helped the Allied to cross the Atlantic, adapted from the novel written by  C.S. Forester, ‘The Good Shepherd’. Starring Tom Hanks and Elisabeth Shue.


10 more video platforms to watch streaming movies, chosen by Telerama.


Directors and actors

Actors : To watch : A short documentary on Timothée Chalamet 



Sofia Coppola has directed her seventh movie, On the rocks, second with Bill Murray, after Lost in Translation. It is supposed to be a drama on the relationship of a father and her daughter played by Rashida Jones (the daughter of Quincy Jones). She played in The Office, Black AF (Netflix). It is supposed to come out on Apple.TV.

Recently, she agreed to adapt a novel from Edith Wharton, The custom of the country (Les beaux mariages in French), for Apple.TV as well.

Paul Verhoeven is to adapt Bel Ami written by Maupassant in a new mini series.

Short films selected and offered by The New York Times


La vertu des impondérables, the last movie directed by Claude Lelouch isto come out on Canal+ as from June 13th

He also did a remake of his first movie “C’était un rendez-vous” (a movie that last 8 mn, a race in Paris) in Monaco. I am looking forward to watching it:


Antebellum , the very expected horror picture movie, directed by Gerard Bush & Christopher Renz with Janelle Monae will come out in August:



Richard Brody, from The New Yorker advises us to watch Fourteen.


To read: An article about Spike Lee and the Battlefield of American history (The New York Times).


VoD released 

The Gentlemen by Guy Ritchie and Jo Rabbit by Taika Waititi with him, Scarlett Johansson to come out on May 28th

Already available:

Dark Waters, by Todd Haynes, with Mark Ruffalo and Anne Hathaway

Ford vs Ferrari: by James Mangold, with Matt Damon & Christian Bale

I lost my body by Jeremy Clapin

Call of the Wild by Chris sanders with Harrison Ford and Omar Sy



Géraldine Nakache shot a movie commercial for La Redoute

Listen to this podcast on the show Musique Emoi : Gilles Jacob, former President of the Cannes Film Festival, interviewed by Elsa Boublil


Have nice evenings and take care !


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