ARTEKINO CLASSICS 2024 PROGRAMME

With the third edition of this groundbreaking public broadcasting initiative, ARTE and ACE are providing free online access to European cinematic treasures.

The new season of ArteKino Classics opens with two major Italian neorealist films: Federico Fellini’s comedy about a group of swindlers, Il Bidone (1955), and Roberto Rossellini’s documentary-style war film, Rome, Open City (1945). Scheduled to become available on 19 and 21 June respectively these two classics paint a portrait of Italy in the 1940s and 1950s.

Several titles will be included on arte.tv from 1 June, such as seminal works by filmmakers such as Dhimitër Anagnosti (Albanian National Film Archive), Harry Kümel (Royal Film Archive of Belgium), Zoltán Fábri (National Film Institute Hungary – Film Archive), Yvonne Scholten (Eye Filmmuseum), Živojin Pavlović (Jugoslovenska Kinoteka), Ana Mariscal (Filmoteca Española).

More European masterpieces will be added each month – with subtitles in six languages – until the end of the year. The digital and analogue broadcast collection will include films such as Philippe de Broca’s The King of Hearts (1966) in August, and Hungarian director Márta Mészáros’ Nine Months (1976) in October. Younger audiences will be able to discover or rediscover the classics of European cinema online.

Check the full ArteKino Classics 2024 Programme (PDF)
English, Français, Deutsch, Español, Italiano, Polski

Watch the films online with subtitles 
English, Français, Deutsch, Español, Italiano, or Polski (availability varies by region).



ArteKino Classics is an integral part of ArteKino which, since 2016, has produced the ArteKino Festival and ArteKino Selection as a showcase for young European directors and their contemporary visions, in a strategy that connects today’s young filmmakers to classic cinema. The programme invites European audiences to (re)discover both popular classics and films that broke new ground in cinematography and social discourse between 1945 to 1995.

The ARTE Group selects the works, in cooperation with the Association des Cinémathèques Européennes (ACE). All these films have been recently restored, many of them in the framework of ACE’s A Season of Classic Films.

Supported by the Creative Europe MEDIA Programme, the ArteKino project is delivered by the ARTE Group and ACE.

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