HD photos of La Cinematheque Francaise in Bercy Park Paris
As you can see from these pictures the Cinematheque Francaise located in Parc de Bercy is a modern building that has some rather unique architecture to enjoy, but this building is not just a working cinema showing the latest film, it is also houses the museum of cinema, a library and resource centre of archives that cover the history of cinema.
High definition photograph of La Cinematheque Francaise cinema in Parc de Bercy
La Cinematheque Francaise was designed by the daring and innovative American architect Frank Gehry, with its unusual curves contrasting with the straight forms, and we took this photo while visiting the Parc de Bercy.
Photo of La Cinematheque Francaise cinema entrance and curved architecture
This photo of La Cinematheque Francaise shows the front entrance with some of its unique and adventurous contemporary architecture that plays host to numerous films from all over the world each year.
View of La Cinematheque Francaise building from Parc de Bercy with its surrounding trees
In this photo you can see the contemporary building that houses the Cinematheque Francaise cinema with part of Bercy Park, which was founded by Henri Langlois back in 1936, who was passionate about film and its history.
Photo looking along the front facade of La Cinematheque Francaise cinema
La Cinematheque Francaise building you can see in this image has been home to the cinema museum since the 1990s and having seen millions of visitors since its opening, it has one of the best collections in the world relating to archives and documentation of cinema.
Picture of the unusual architecture of La Cinematheque Francaise cinema building
The Cinematheque Francaise is located close to the River Seine in the Bercy area, and for those of you interested in architecture and history, you will find that there are guided tours organised covering this unusual tourist attraction.
This view shows the western facade of La Cinematheque Francaise
The Cinematheque Francaise is a popular cinema for locals to visit with well over 200 films being screened each year, however, it is also home to a library dedicated to the history of cinema.
HD photo of Cinematheque Francaise taken from Rue Paul Belmondo looking in a southerly direction
In one of the largest parks in Paris with much greenery, we took this photograph of the Cinematheque Francaise while standing in the shade of the trees on Rue Paul Belmondo by the front entrance of this unique cinema venue.
View of La Cinematheque Francaise from Rue Paul Belmondo looking in a north east direction
Tucked on the edge of the Parc de Bercy in the 12th Arrondissement of Paris, this is a photograph we took of the Cinematheque Francaise looking from Rue Paul Belmondo in a north east direction.
Picture of Musee de la Cinematheque poster on La Cinematheque Francaise cinema building
You will notice the blue coloured poster on the side of La Cinematheque Francaise in this image, and it is advertising the Musee de la Cinematheque, which is also sometimes known as the Le Musee Imaginaire Henri Langlois.