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Small Cinema Session on Mai '68 at the Pavillon Arsenal


Photo: Godard and Coutard shooting "Deux ou trois choses que je sais d'elle", 1966 © DR

On the first Thursday of each month, the Pavillon de l'Arsenal and the Forum des images invite you to their Small Cinema Sessions, screenings of short films and documentaries involving Paris and its surroundings.

This month's edition will serve as an opportunity to remember the events of May '68 along with the Parisian landscape and architectural projects of the time.

Excerpts of news reels, documentaries and dramatic films will include Edouard Luntz's "Lescoeurs verts”  (1996), Jacques Tati's “Playtime” (1967), and Jean Luc Godard's “Deux ou trois choses que je sais d'elle” (1967).

A discussion on the major changes between May '68 and May '08 will also take place, hosted by by François CHASLIN, architect and architecture critic, and Jean-Yves DE LEPINAY, director of programmes at the Forum Des Images.

Other participants include: ROLAND CASTRO, architect ÉDITH GIRARD, architect ANTOINE GRUMBACH, architect PIERRE PARAT, architect NATHAN STARKMANN, General Director of the Development and Town Planning Agency in Lille, ANTOINE STINCO, architect JEAN-LOUIS SUBILEAU, and Deputy General Director of the SAEM Euralille.

Special showing Thursday May 29th, from 7pm to 11pm in the Pavillon de l’Arsenal's Great Hall.

Free Entry

Pavillon de l’Arsenal
21, boulevard Morland 75004
Paris Metro: Sully Morland or Bastille

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