J'AIME PARIS COLLECTION

A Collection of 10 volumes for the lovers of Paris !

Time : 90 mn - format 16/9 - color - PAL
Traduction : English, Fench

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SAINT-GERMAIN-DES-PRÉS "Paris Will always be a party !"

Between Saint-Germain-des-Prés the pious born in 558, with the foundation of the Sainte-Croix and Saint-Vincent Abbay, and Saint-Germain-des-Prés the serious, headquarters of several institutions such as the Medicine Academy, or the "Beaux-Arts" Academy, you will discover Saint-Germain-des-Prés the famous and its procession of celebrities, but also Saint-Germain-des-Prés the melodious, attracting the souls seeking for music and party in the after war jazz clubs.
With a vast amount of information from the Gaumont Pathé Archives and beautifully told by Pierre Arditi, this second opus of the collection offers you, for the time of a movie, not a simple walk but a travel into eternity.

Directed by Philippe Cochinard

Is the founder and producer of Paris Web-TV. With more than 4,000 reports on many Parisian subjects, he made a first documentary about his favorite neighborhood: Montmartre. It continues with this second documentary of the collection, rich in history and architecture, and make us discover the most secret places of the district.

Erick Deshors

Reported by Pierre Arditi

Born on 1 December 1944 in Paris, Pierre Arditi is one of the great actors of French cinema and theater. Pierre Arditi bathes in the artistic universe from his earliest childhood with a father, Georges Arditi, famous for his painting. It is besides on the advice of his sister, the actress Catherine Arditi, that the young Pierre Arditi decides to take courses of comedy. If it is on the stage that he begins his career in 1974, it is in the cinema that the general public discovers it in 1979, in the film "My uncle of America". From then on, its success never ceases. Pierre Arditi chains the high-flying collaborations with the greatest directors.

Jean-Manuel Gabert

Co-Written by Mathias Leboeuf

Journalist and philosopher, Mathias Leboeuf is also a lover of Paris, its history, its treasures and secrets. In particular, he animated for the City Hall of Paris architectural promenades in order to rediscover the Parisians their exceptional heritage. Author of "All I know is that I do not know anything", a little history of philosophy in 32 quotations (The Pocket Book) he animates several Parisian philosophical cafes and teaches in the framework of the Permanent University Of the city of Paris. He is regularly a polemicist in the program Europe 1 midi and also animates the maintenance program "Leboeuf by the horns" on the site www.parisweb.tv
As part of this program, he directed in January 2013, the last interview filmed by Stéphane Hessel.

Jean-Manuel Gabert

Co-Written by Michèle Bourguignon

A lover of Paris and literature, Michèle Bourguignon participated for years in the organization of a great Parisian literary prize. Familiar of the germanopratin world and anxious to transcribe the history of this mythical quarter, she contributed to the iconographic research of the film.