The French comic actor Louis de Funès, who died 37 years ago, left his comic touch on the greatest French comedies. The Cinémathèque Française traces the career of this creative and popular genius who was first a jazz pianist during the war.
It looks at his sources of inspiration in American burlesque cinema, his working methods and his way of acting, characterized by grimaces, dance, gestures and sound effects. A vibrant tribute that throws light on the man behind his eternal film character.
Prices and times
Prices and times
From 12pm to 7pm. From 12pm to 9pm Thursday. From 11am to 8pm Saturday and Sunday. Closed on Tuesday
€10€. Reduced rate: €7,50. Children aged under 18: €5. Family rate: €22
Methods of payment
Offer adapted to disabled visitors
- Adapted activities and visits
- Reduced rates for disabled visitors on presentation of proof
- Reduced rates for the accompanying person
- Visually impaired: audible markers, guiding strips on the floor, tactile maps, multi-sensory terminals to help you get around and audio guides with contrasting buttons are available for free at the entrance to the museum.
- Hearing impaired: guided tours of temporary exhibitions in French Sign Language. On the Cinémathèque website, each screening states which version is being shown (subtitled, mute, etc.) - the 1st Friday of every month at 8.30pm a subtitled screening is shown. The Henri Langlois room is equipped with an induction hearing loop. The 1st Sunday of every month, a guided tour of the museum is offered in French Sign Language. The video library offers you the opportunity to consult subtitled foreign films, and films with subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing. It also has audio-described DVDs.
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Detailed description of accessibility at the Cinémathèque française is available on accessible.net, and guaranteed by the Paris Île-de-France Regional Tourist Board.