Like every month, here ÉCU HQ, we have thought about some good tips for you to warm up during these cold November days in Paris!
Festival du Film Coréen À Paris (Oct 30th– November 6th)
If you are a fan of Old Boy, Okja, or just want to delve into the international cinema scene, visit the annual 13thKorean Film Festival in Paris (Festival du Film Coréen À Paris). Many screenings include a Q and A with the director afterwards, offering an insider look of what goes on behind the scenes. More info: //www.ffcp-cinema.com/
Paris Photo (November 9-12)
More than 180 galleries and publications participate in the biggest photography fair in the world. Get lost in the booths and look at art and coffee table books as well as attend talks and signings. Check out more at //www.parisphoto.com/
Décor de Cinéma Exhibit (now until January 14, 2018)
Musée de Montmartre is holding a special exhibition highlighting recreations of set and memorabilia from films such as Midnight in Paris, An American in Paris, and Amélie, in which Montmartre has been an integral part. More info at //museedemontmartre.fr/it/exposition/montmartre-decor-cinema/
Dorothea Lange, Politics of Seeing (October 16-January 27, 2019)
Visit the Politics of Seeing Exhibition at Jeu de Paume to see more than 100 prints taken from 1933-1957. Some have never been exhibited in France. The exhibit is in five parts, the Depression period (1933-1934), a selection of works from the Farm Security Administration (1935-1939), the Japanese American internment (1942), the Richmond shipyards (1942-1944) and a series on a Public defender (1955-1957). Check out more at //www.jeudepaume.org/index.php?page=article&idArt=3059.