Discover GAUMONT CLASSIQUE, the new streaming platform dedicated to French black & white cinema.


We are delighted to announce the launch of Gaumont Classique, a subscription-based video-on-demand platform.

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With more than 200 titles available for unlimited viewing, Gaumont Classique offers you the opportunity to (re)discover a selection of must-see French black & white movies, for 5 euros per month, with no commitment, or an annual subscription of €50 per year.

From Beauty and the Devil by René Clair to The Vampires by Louis Feuillade and The Crossing of Paris by Claude Autant-Lara, Gaumont Classique takes a deep dive into the treasures of the world’s oldest film company to shed some much deserved light on movies that are rarely shown on television.

Featuring almost seventy hours of film extras (documentaries, interviews, archival footage) from its launch date, Gaumont Classique will stream additional works chosen by its editorial team every month. The platform is accessible online at and via an application for smartphones and tablets. It is compatible with Chromecast technology and will soon be compatible with AirPlay. “Gaumont is pursuing its policy of providing access to artworks with the goal of helping new audiences rediscover black & white works of cinematic heritage,” said Sidonie Dumas, Gaumont’s Executive Director




Available  from Tuesday, May 17, Gaumont Classique will be adding to its selection for the 75th Cannes Film Festival, with a collection of films that have made history during the event: Jacques Becker’s Antoine & Antoinette and Rendezvous in July, Alain Resnais’ The War is Over, René Clément’s The Damned, Volker Schlöndorff’s Young Törless as well as three award-winning movies by André Cayatte: We are all Murderers, Black Dossier and Before the Deluge. Four feature films will also be added to celebrate the event: Greed in the Sun and A Monkey in Winter by Henri Verneuil,  A Man Escaped by Robert Bresson and Rififi by Jules Dassin.

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