The Cinémathèque française
9 Oct → 19 Jan 2020
Monday, and from Wednesday to Friday from 12 am to 7 pm. Saturday, from 11 am to 10 pm, Sunday, from 11 am to 8 pm. Closed Tuesdays.
Who hasn't watched a vampire movie one day. Like "Interview with a vampire" with Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise, or Coppola's "Dracula". After fantastic literature, here is fantastic cinema, from the world of black novels. The Cinémathèque's new exhibition, a veritable cabinet of pop curiosities, allows visitors to immerse themselves in this world of black novels. It celebrates with pomp and circumstance the legendary figure of the vampire, icon of the century, tenebrous and sexy. Filled with artists and filmmakers haunted by its black shadow, rich in hundreds of extracts, it reveals the indelible imprint made by the vampire over a hundred years of popular culture, from "Murnau" to "Twilight", from "Dreyer" to "True Blood".