At Museyon, we love to go On Location, which is why we’re loving this story in the New York Times. The Grey Lady’s Globespotters Blog reports that through August 23, the Cinema au clair de lune festival will screen 13 Paris films in the location they were filmed. That means you can see classically French films in classically Parisian locales, like Jean-Luc Goddard’s ‘Pierrot le fou’ in the Jardin du Trocadéro, and Billy Wilder’s ‘Ariane’ (‘Love in the Afternoon’ en français) in Parc Montsouris. For a local’s eye view of the festival, check out Spotted by Locals.
Want more French film? In Museyon’s guide to Film + Travel Julien Sévéon is your guide to France. Join him as he explores Paris — from the historic Île de la Cité to the Pigalle red-light district — and beyond.
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