Night of Museums 2022 at the Cinémathèque française

By bfnadmin  | Date: 2022-05-02

Night of Museums 2022 at the Cinémathèque française

By Cécile D. Published May 3 2022 at 15h

For the Night of Museums in Paris, the Cinémathèque offers free activities around the museums collections and the exhibitions presented, which will delight film lovers but also families! See you on 15 May 30 .

An evening rocked by the cinema, meeting the greatest actors and directors in history... This is what the offers Cinémathèque française on the occasion of the 15th edition of the Night of Museums in Paris which takes place on 14 May 2022.

An evening that puts the cinema in value, like the museum created in 1936 and whose original mission was to preserve films and restore them before offering exhibitions. The Cinémathèque has several exhibition spaces: the Méliès museum, the cinema museum which highlights hundreds of costumes, photos, machines, accessories, sets and other exceptional pieces, and the temporary exhibition space, which highlights in the spotlight Romy Schneider, right now.

The perfect time for visitors to discover free of charge the permanent collection of the museum and the current exhibition . As usual, the Cinémathèque française has planned some surprise activities, in keeping with the theme of the temporary exhibition. A program that we detail below.

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Free program of the Night of the Museums 2022 at the French Cinematheque:

      An evening to the rhythm of the Viennese waltz

      Saturday 14 may, 19h, 14h30An evening to the rhythm of the Viennese waltz: Come and discover the Romy Schneider exhibition at the Cinémathèque and, to wake up the Sissi who lies dormant in you, a great Viennese waltz lesson in the park awaits you! With Charles de Lauzun and his dance school, Votre Bal ( (http://www.votrebal.com)) Demonstration, followed by a dance lesson on the Emperors Waltz. Two slots: at 15h00 and at 15h30, on the square. Free without reservation.
  • Free access to the Méliès museum

    Get on board into the phantasmagorical universe of Georges Méliès through a unique collection of machines, costumes, drawings, models and photos, and travel in the company of this brilliant magician of the seventh art through the history of cinema, from its invention to our days.
    From 18h to midnight (last entry at 23h)
    Online reservation required at bit.ly/NMMuséeMéliès
  • Romy Schneider ExhibitionThe exhibition dedicated to Romy Schneider shows how the little Austrian fiancée has become an icon of French cinema, both radiant and close, determined to free herself from Sissi, multiplying daring choices and collaborations with the greatest: Luchino Visconti, Orson We lles, Otto Preminger, Alain Cavalier, Henri-Georges Clouzot, Joseph Losey, Claude Sautet, Costa-Gavras, Claude Chabrol… Costumes, posters, photographs, rare archives, interviews and film extracts recount this quest for work and freedom which makes Romy Schneider an actress in majesty, in whom everyone likes to project themselves and recognize themselves.

    From 15h to midnight (last entry at 23h). Free, online reservation required at bit.ly/NMRomySchneider

Remember to book in advance the activities you like: this would be shame to miss this Night of the Museums! Go to the ticket office of the museum to find out more.

A beautiful evening in perspective for all film lovers! Shall we go, friends?

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