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Cinémathèque Française

Cinémathèque Française, 51, rue de Bercy,
01-71-19-33-33 .

Since September 28, 2005, the French Cinematheque found its smile again.  Having given up its historical address of the Palais de Chaillot, now installed here to the 51, street of Bercy, in the building signed Frank Gehry (architect of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao) which sheltered American Center lately, building completely restructured to accommodate the new sanctuary of the cinema.  Created by Henri Langlois in 1936, this private museum primarily sponsored by the state is a tool of cultural defense of the French cinema.  The 14.000 current square meters shelter 4 movie theaters in which the great classic are regularly projected through cycles and commemorative integrals.  A library of Film (BIFI) houses thousands of posters and books devoted to the 7th art.  The most spectacular richness of the Cinematheque remains its permanent exhibition which presents mythical objects in the mind of the film lovers : A reproduction of the robot of Metropolis, Skin of donkey of Catherine Deneuve, a mummified head of the film Psychosis, the superb dress of Vivien Leigh for Gone With The Wind.

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