The Mas des Canelles is an exceptional site built at the beginning of the 19th century. It is a welcoming location, ideal for organizing events and gatherings of up to 400 people all year round.
Given their attachment to the canal du Midi, which flows alongside the Mas des Canelles, the directors of the MIHARU group, who manage the site, are once again supporting the project to replant the river. For the third year in a row, the Voies navigables de France patronage program is organizing a solidarity evening in partnership with Cinéfol 31 and Actu.fr dedicated to the 7th art, with the screening of the film Judy in its original version with French subtitles on the grounds of the estate.
The Mas des Canelles is offering the option of just attending the film screening or a package combining dinner and film. On the menu: a first-rate meal prepared with local produce, a bucolic setting on the banks of the canal du Midi and an extraordinary biopic on the life of Judy Garland. An explosion of flavors and delight guaranteed!
All proceeds from the screening (including the dinner and film package) will be donated to the canal du Midi tree replanting project.
Synopsis & event poster
A drama about the life of Judy Garland by Rupert Goold, Tom Edge and Peter Quilter, starring Renée Zellweger (winner of numerous awards including a Golden Globe and an Oscar for best actress), Jessie Buckley, and Finn Wittrock, among others.
Winter 1968. Showbiz legend Judy Garland arrives in London to perform in a sell-out run at The Talk of the Town. Thirty years have already passed since she became a worldwide star thanks to The Wizard of Oz. Judy, who began performing at the age of two, has been singing for a living for over four decades by now. She is exhausted. We see her as she prepares for the show, fights with her agent, charms the musicians and reminisces with friends; her vivacity and generosity charm all who surround her. Her life shaped by a childhood sacrificed to Hollywood, she longs to return home and spend time with her children. Will she even have the strength to keep going?