Contents: Hotel de ville / Marais (Marie Antoinette, Midnight in Paris...); Tuileries / Palais Royal (The Bourne Identity, The Tourist...); Etoile / Champs-Elysees (The Devil Wears Prada, A View to Kill ); Saint Denis / Saint Martin (La Vie en Rose (la Mome), Hotel du Nord ), Belleville (Paris...); Bastille (Before Sunset, Nikita...); Montmartre (Julie & Julia, Amelie Poulain...); Opera / Trinite (Hugo Cabret, Hereafter...); Saint Germain / Invalides (Intouchables, Da Vinci Code...); Quartier Latin (Before Sunset, Midnight in Paris...); Port Royal / Jardin des Plantes (Ensemble c est tout, Jules & Jim...).
Beatrice Billon has been an advertising director at one of the largest international agencies for the past twenty years . She is passionate about cinema and started her career at Studio Magazine. She takes advantage of her many international trips to visit cinema scenes that she has dreamed of and seen on the big screen. Barbara Boespflug is the director of the entertainment pole of one of the biggest media agencies in Paris. She works in cinema, video, music, shows and television that she has always been fascinated by. Crazy about cinema, she uses all her vacation to discover the places around the world where her cult films were made. Pierre-Olivier Signe is a photographer specializing in cinema, concerts and travel photography. He has a degree in cinema and is a trained graphic artist. For the past 25 years he has photographed the stars of the Cannes and Deauville film festivals. Stanislas Potie is a freelance art director who has worked in the music industry for the past 20 years.
This appealing guide features 101 addresses that served as locations for French and American movies. If you want to take a dip in the pool where Juliette Binoche swam her nighttime laps in Blue or sip coffee where Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke had a heart-to-heart in Before Sunset, this book is for you. France Magazine, Winter 2014