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Lost in Frenchlation x Ciné-Balade present: New Wave Cinema Tour

17/10/2019 - 17:00 to 19:00
Entrance of Luxembourg Garden
Place Edmond Rostand - 75005 Paris
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Join your guide Juliette for this cinema-themed experience where you'll be taken on a 2 hour walk into the history of the French New Wave cinema movement and discover movie locations, followed by drinks and a screening of the timeless "Pierrot le Fou" by Jean-Luc Godard with English subtitles at Luminor cinema in the heart of the Latin Quarter.

 

The Quartier Latin is a highly cinephile district. Known for its arthouse cinemas, it naturally attracted the young movie critics becoming directors from the New Wave. Jean-Luc Godard was particularly linked to this area. From the Luxembourg garden where he shot one of his first short movies, « Tous les garçons s’appellent Patrick », to the Seine banks where we find back Jean-Paul Belmondo and Jean Seberg in "A Bout de Souffle", passing through la Sorbonne and some movie theaters, the tour will allow us to talk about the begining of its cinema, the directors he knew but also about the youth of the time. Photos and videos on an Ipad.

 

After this walk, if you would like to attend Lost in Frenchlation comedy night screening of "Pierrot le Fou", you will arrive at Luminor cinema at 7:30pm to enjoy a drink and the exhibition of "Pierrot le Fou" posters by Plakat in the Luminor salon. ☞ You can purchase tickets online here: https://www.luminor-hoteldeville.com/reserver/

 

Please not that the tickets for the movie ARE NOT INCLUDED in the tickets for the tour, and must be purchased separately.

 

Looking forward to meeting you there!

 

Ciné-Balade offers tours in Paris to discover how Paris has always been a center in the history of the cinema. Visit Paris and learn how the city embodies the cinema. Famous landmarks, unknown buildings, discrete passage ways, highly praised restaurants, forgotten theaters : Paris loves cinema and the cinema loves Paris.

 

Lost in Frenchlation's mission is simple – we want to bring world-renown French cinema to the international community in Paris by showing French films with English subtitles, and we want to be a hub for the international community to get to know each other as well as native Parisians.

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Lost in Frenchlation x Ciné-Balade present: Eiffel Tower Movie Tour

25/10/2019 - 17:00 to 19:00
Trocadéro Métro Exit (Line 6 & 9)
In front of Palais de Chaillot - 75016 Paris
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Join your guide Juliette for this cinema-themed experience where you'll be taken on a walk through cinema history in Trocadéro neighborhood, followed by drinks and the screening of one of the best French films with English subtitles, at Club de L'Étoile located just a few steps away from Arc de Triomphe.

 

Lost in Frenchlation and Ciné-Balade have teamed up to bring you a two hour walk into the history of cinema around the Eiffel Tower, the star among the stars, and the district of Passy. Many international movies were shot here including "Mission Impossible" this year, not far from the location of "Inception" with Leonardo DiCaprio. You will learn about the beginning of cinema invented by the Lumiere Brothers and how it is linked to the Eiffel Tower and the World's Fair. We will also talk about French movies like "The Last Metro" by François Truffaut or "Peur sur la Ville" with Jean-Paul Belmondo. The story of these famous places and what filmmakers are looking for when they use them will be our main thread.

 

After this walk, if you would like to attend Lost in Frenchlation event, (screening of Portrait of a Lady on Fire with English subtitles + Q&A with the actress) you can meet us at the bar of the cinema to enjoy a drink at 7pm, while mingling with our community of expats, international students or travellers who come from all over the world! Then, at 8pm, you'll be able to attend a screening at the only place in Paris playing French films with English subtitles thanks to Lost in Frenchlation. ☞ The walk starts at 5pm and lasts for approximately 2 hours. The event at cinema Club de L'Étoile starts at 7pm with a cocktail hour, and the movie at 8pm. You can purchase tickets directly at the cinema or online here: https://clubdeletoile-vad.cotecine.fr/reserver/ (please reserve early to avoid disappointment as this event is likely to sell out)

 

Please not that the tickets for the movie ARE NOT INCLUDED in the tickets for the tour, and must be purchased separately.

 

Looking forward to meeting you there!

 

Ciné-Balade offers tours in Paris to discover how Paris has always been a center in the history of the cinema. Visit Paris and learn how the city embodies the cinema. Famous landmarks, unknown buildings, discrete passage ways, highly praised restaurants, forgotten theaters : Paris loves cinema and the cinema loves Paris.

 

Lost in Frenchlation's mission is simple – we want to bring world-renown French cinema to the international community in Paris by showing French films with English subtitles, and we want to be a hub for the international community to get to know each other as well as native Parisians.

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Lost in Frenchlation x Ciné-Balade present: Montmartre Amélie Walking Tour

01/11/2019 - 18:00 to 20:00
Lamarck-Caulaincourt métro exit
Lamarck-Caulaincourt métro (line 12) - 75018 Paris
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Join your guide Juliette for this cinema-themed experience where you'll be taken on a walk through cinema history in Montmartre, followed by drinks and a screening of one of the best and latest French films with English subtitles at the traditional Studio 28, Paris’s oldest cinema room where the film 'Amelie' was shot.

From Saint-Vincent Street to the movie theater Studio 28, passing by the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, you will discover one of the most filmed districts of Paris where each director drew on the story of the hill and its artists. 
 
Amelie from Montmartre will be our common thread with other famous french or american movies as An American in Paris, A Monster in Paris, Woody Allen’s films…
 
After this walk, if you would like to attend Lost in Frenchlation screening of Deux Moi with English subtitles, we'll meet at the bar of the cinema to have a drink, while mingling with our community of expats, international students or travellers who come from all over the world! Then, you'll be able to enjoy a screening at the only place in Paris playing recent French films with English subtitles thanks to Lost in Frenchlation.
 
 ☞ The walk starts at 6pm and lasts for approximately 2 hours. The event at cinema Studio 28 starts at 8pm with a cocktail hour, and the movie at 9pm. You can purchase tickets directly at the cinema.
 
Please not that the tickets for the movie ARE NOT INCLUDED in the tickets for the tour, and must be purchased separately. They are sold at the door of the cinema ONLY.
 
PLEASE DON'T PRINT YOUR TICKET.
 
Looking forward to meeting you there!
 
Ciné-Balade offers tours in Paris to discover how Paris has always been a center in the history of the cinema. Visit Paris and learn how the city embodies the cinema. Famous landmarks, unknown buildings, discrete passage ways, highly praised restaurants, forgotten theaters : Paris loves cinema and the cinema loves Paris.
 
Lost in Frenchlation's mission is simple – we want to bring world-renown French cinema to the international community in Paris by showing French films with English subtitles, and we want to be a hub for the international community to get to know each other as well as native Parisians.
 
 
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Lost in Frenchlation x Ciné-Balade present: Midnight in Paris Movie Tour

14/11/2019 - 17:00 to 19:30
Statue of Danton
97 Boulevard Saint-Germain - 75006 Paris
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Join your guide Juliette for this cinema-themed experience where you'll be taken on a 2 hour walk into the history of cinema and the film Midnight in Paris, followed by drinks and a screening of "Bacurau" with English subtitles at Luminor Hôtel de Ville cinema, centrally located in Paris’ lively Marais district.

 

Lost in Frenchlation and Ciné-Balade have teamed up to bring you a two hour walk into the history of cinema: Welcome to Paris in the 20s,  through the lens of Woody Allen and the Lost Generation. Just like Gil in the movie, you will travel back in time and meet mythical writers and artists who found a new home in Paris in those times. In the Latin quarter, one of the most frequently shot in Paris, you will find the movie locations and breathe the magic and whim of the New York director.

 

After this walk, if you would like to attend Lost in Frenchlation screening of "Bacurau", you will arrive at Luminor Hôtel de Ville cinema at 7:30pm, 30min before the movie starts. ☞ You can purchase tickets directly at the cinema or online here: https://www.luminor-hoteldeville.com/reserver/

 

Please not that the tickets for the movie ARE NOT INCLUDED in the tickets for the tour, and must be purchased separately.

 

Looking forward to meeting you there!

 

Ciné-Balade offers tours in Paris to discover how Paris has always been a center in the history of the cinema. Visit Paris and learn how the city embodies the cinema. Famous landmarks, unknown buildings, discrete passage ways, highly praised restaurants, forgotten theaters : Paris loves cinema and the cinema loves Paris.

 

Lost in Frenchlation's mission is simple – we want to bring world-renown French cinema to the international community in Paris by showing French films with English subtitles, and we want to be a hub for the international community to get to know each other as well as native Parisians.

Book