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A discovery of cinematographic and digital Paris

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Initiated during confinement in order to allow lovers of Paris and cinema to escape beyond the imposed perimeter, virtual cine-walks have become a regular event. Whether you are in Montreuil, Marseille, Madrid or Melbourne , all you need is a simple internet connection to enjoy an interactive, cultural, fun and welcoming conference , adaptation of visits to existing neighborhoods or digital creations.  

Individuals or groups, with family or colleagues , you can find Montmartre at the cinema, the Paris of François Truffaut or Agnès Varda, the history of the city through its cartoons or the brand new discovery of the Flea market of Saint -Or proposed with the Tourist Office of the city.  

How it works ?

  • Very easy to use: a simple link is enough to connect to the Zoom videoconferencing tool without having to create an account.  

  • Interactive: your guide intervenes live and you can interact with her orally or by chat.

  • Rich in content: real photos, photos from films, archive images and video extracts complete the speech for a real immersion.

Where ?

From home or elsewhere, it doesn't matter if you have a tablet or a computer.  

Duration ?

Between 1h15 and 1h45 depending on the theme.

For who ?

As with all tours, depending on the chosen theme, cine-stroll works with all audiences whether they are looking for a moment of escape, cultural discoveries or educational activities.

Weather report ?

No worry about the weather here and sunny photos even on rainy days. 

Visits available in virtual:

La Villette

Evolution of the Ourcq district under the gaze
of the camera

Animation parisienne

History of animation in Paris and history of Paris in animation 

Parisian Animation

Paris romantique

illustrious and romanticism
on the island of the city 

Island of the City
"the romantic"


emblematic tributes to the artists of the Butte


Puces de Saint-Ouen

Unique decors
and unusual
for international cinema

from Saint-Ouen

Méliès à Montreuil

Story of a pioneer, inventor of special effects
in Montreuil

Méliès at

Paris François Truffaut

Les 400 Coups, childhood and cinema in the 9th arrondissement 

The Paris of
Francois Truffaut

Agnès Varda

In Montparnasse, the artistic universe
and staff of a committed filmmaker

by Agnès Varda

Minuit à Paris

A trip to 1920 Paris through the streets
of the Latin Quarter

Midnight in Paris

Les frères Lumière

The pioneers of cinema, inventions
and first rooms, around the Opera

The childhood of cinema

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