If you're frequently frustrated at not being able to finish watching a movie on a flight, you'll love Air France's latest treat for flyers.
The airline is giving passengers the opportunity to watch or finish watching an in-flight film from its Cannes Film Festival selection after disembarking using their tablet, smartphone or PC.
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Cinema to Go celebrates the 36th anniversary of the partnership between Air France and the Cannes Film Festival and gives movie lovers travelling from Los Angeles to Paris the chance to continue enjoying the cinema experience after their trip.
The Cannes Film Festival selection available on board includes films such as The Pianist, which won the Palme d'Or in 2002, Persepolis which won the Jury Prize in 2007, The Artist, winner of the Best Actor Award in 2011, The Angels' Share, winner of the Jury Prize in 2012 and many others.
And in May, Air France is offering all its customers the chance to see the unique selection of winning films at Cannes aboard its long-haul flights.