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Face

Face

Face by tsai Ming-Liang : a tribute to cinema and the French New Wave with the story of a Chinese filmmaker who makes a musical about the myth of Salome at the Louvre. Flowers in the Mirror, Moon in...
The Battle of the Pyramid

The Battle of the Pyramid

Director(s): Frédéric Compain

On the occasion of its 20th anniversary, this film looks back at the genesis of the Louvre Pyramid. It is based on notebooks kept by architect Yann Weymouth (the closest collaborator of Grand Louvre...

 

The journey of Queen Hatshepsut

The journey of Queen Hatshepsut

Director(s): Stéphane Bégoin

American archaeologist Cheryl Ward, a world specialist in ancient navigation, coordinates the construction of a replica of an Egyptian ship from the New Kingdom. The design is based on a bas-relief...
B for Babylon

B for Babylon

Director(s): Bernard George

The city of Babylon, founded in Mesopotamia some 5,000 years ago, disappeared 2,000 years later and was rediscovered at the turn of the 20th century by a team of German archaeologists. Babylon has...

One Minute at the Museum

One Minute at the Museum

Raphael, Mona, and Nabi are 3 cartoon characters who react to sixty works of art from the greatest French museums. They invite children (and their parents) to spend one minute with them in front of a...
One Minute at the Museum: the Game

One Minute at the Museum: the Game

Art is child's play with the One Minute at the Museum CD-Rom! Forty paintings and sculptures from the Louvre, the Musée d'Orsay, and the greatest French museums are presented interactive-style with...

Ingres' Violin

Ingres' Violin

Director(s): Cécile Favier

The painter Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres deliberately placed a violin among thousands of sketches and preparatory studies in the trunks of personal archives he bequeathed to his home town. A humble...
Louise Farrenc: Chamber Music

Louise Farrenc: Chamber Music

The pianist and composer Louise Farrenc was much admired in her day, but fell into oblivion after her death in 1875. Nonetheless, she is one of the female composers—from Francesca Caccini, Barbara...