The Pathé Foundation and the museum of cinema

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14 h 30 - 17 h 00

Outside Paris 13th Town Hall

Exploring the history of Cinema in striking modern building

Discover one of the richest archive collection about cinema with prints, films, as well as a vast gallery full of objects and cameras since cinema was invented.

Pathé, the oldest cinema company in the world, has organized a foundation to gather its archive, open to all researchers around the world. It is housed in a brand new building conceived by the famous architect Renzo Piano, behind an old façade designed by Rodin.

On top of a temporary exhibition, the tour will show the whole building, including offices on the top floor with the impressive glass ceiling.

The tour will end in the basement, where, behind a room covered with vintage posters, a mute film from the 1920’s will be shot, accompanied by a piano player!

Meeting point: 1, Place d’Italie, outside the 13th arrondissement Town Hall.
Métro Place d’Italie

25€ pp. The fee includes the whole tour, the foundation’s entrance ticket and the movie.
Walk organized by “Les Historiennes




Les réservations sont closes pour cet évènement.