Guided tours

Ciné-Balade Member

NC - 75 Paris

Description

Ciné-Balade offers tours in Paris to discover how Paris has always been a center in the history of the cinema.
Walking tours with interactive content presented on iPad

Ciné-Balade Montmartre
From Saint‐Vincent Street to the movie theater Studio 28, passing by the Basilica of the Sacré Coeur, you will discover one of the most filmed districts of Paris where each director drew on the story of the hill and its artists.
'Amélie' will be our common thread with other famous French or American movies such as 'An American in Paris', 'A Monster in Paris', the cinema of Claude Lelouch, Dalida and winks to Marcel Carné or Jean Renoir.

Lumiere Tour
Relive the first thirty years of film through this walk which is dedicated to the Lumiére brothers, Méliès, Pathé and many others.
From the invention of cinema to to the construction of the Grand Rex, I will tell you the key events tthat mark its history.

Midnight in Paris Tour
Welcome to the Paris of the 20s, that of Woody Allen and the Lost Generation.
Just like Gil in the movie, you will be travelling through time, discovering the legendary writers and artists who found a new home in Paris.
In the Latin quarter, one of the most frequently shot in Paris, find back the locations and breath the magic and the whim of the New York director.

20th arrondissement Tour
Jourdain, Belleville, Ménilmontant: Parisian villages in the cinematic spotlight...
Birthplace of cinema thanks to the former Gaumont studios, the north-east of the capital has always inspired 7e art. From large classic works, black films in mind, to today's cinema, tinged with fantasy by Michel Gondry or realism by Laurent Cantet, the various places visited are witnesses to the influence of French cinema and the creativity of its producers.

The Paris of François Truffaut
"La vie et le parcours cinéphilique de François Truffaut sont attachés aux 9ème et 18ème arrondissements de Paris. Son enfance autour de la place de Clichy lui inspire Les 400 coups…"
(The life and cinematic journey of François Truffaut are attached to the 9th and 18th arrondissements of Paris. His childhood around Place de Clichy inspires Les 400 coups ...)

Other tours are also available at www.cine-balade.com

Clients Leisure groups, School groups

Languages spoken

  • English
  • French

Type of visit

  • Tailor-made

Theme of visit

  • Behind-the-scenes
  • With multimedia assistance

Mode of transport

  • On foot

Visiting times: Groups according to availability Individuals: 3pm on Thursday-Sunday and 11am on Saturday (more possible during summer).

Voir la carte

Ciné-Balade

NC
75 Paris
Tel.. +33 (0) 6 37 24 49 75
info@cine-balade.com
www.cine-balade.com

Type of visit: Guided tours

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