Gaumont Exhibition: 120 years of Cinema

We are delighted to celebrate this anniversary with you by offering you free access to the 120 Years of Cinema exhibition.
Gaumont has been at the side of filmmaking fans for as long as cinema has existed! This exhibition-show, directed by Dominique Païni, takes you on a journey through the history of cinema thanks to pieces from the Gaumont Museum, the Musée des Arts Forains, film extracts, posters, costumes, old cameras and rare objects, as well as works by Annette Messager and an interactive room created by the artist-photographer-writer Alain Fleisher.
Restored historical films as well as new films that are soon to be released will be premiered.
Finally, fun and original workshops are available for the whole family to discover the origins, techniques and professions of the movies.



The opening of the exhibition took place on Monday, April 13. Many Gaumont talents were present for the event, among them Pierre Richard, Pio Marmaï, who will soon be in theaters in a new film, Christian Clavier, the unforgettable actor in Just Visiting, Jean Reno, a faithful member of the Daisy-blazoned brand, Gilles Lellouche, who had an exciting year in 2014, François Cluzet, who left a lasting impression on audiences in The Intouchables, and many others...
You can see how the evening unfolded with photos on our Twitter.

Social media addicts, feel free to share your impressions of the exhibition with the hashtag #120Gaumont




5, rue Curial - 75019 Paris
Tel: +33 1 53 35 50 00
Metro: Riquet

From Wednesday to Sunday: 2pm > 7pm
During school break, from Tuesday to Sunday: 2pm > 7pm Free Entry




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