Six in Paris:

Virtual Cinema Christmas in Paris

Museum Films is partnering with Icarus Films to deliver newly restored film classics straight to your living room! We’re pleased to share Six in Paris, an effervescent 1965 sextet of short films from some of the French New Wave’s brightest stars. Screening as part of Museum Films’ virtual holiday series Christmas in Paris!  

One $10 ticket is good for a 7-day pass to see Six in Paris. 50% of each sale supports OKCMOA and its mission. Passes available December 23. Click here to purchase a pass.

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“Its original title translating to “Paris seen by…,” Six in Paris offers a sextet of piquant tales set in the City of Light, running a quarter-hour apiece and unfolding in different familiar neighborhoods. Each vignette comes from a writer/director either central, influential, or adjacent to the Nouvelle Vague, then in full swing. Behind the postcard-picturesque views of the city, we’re treated to scenes of domestic yearning and disappointment, naïfs becoming worldly-wise, and tourists having romantic notions disabused, often with O. Henry–esque ironic twists. Among its many surprises: the contributor least concerned with affairs of the heart is Éric Rohmer, proffering instead a drolly macabre sketch worthy of Hitchcock, or of Claude Chabrol, who appears to dynamic effect in his own segment. Its slate of cinematographers no less impressive, with Albert Maysles lensing Godard’s short and Néstor Almendros (Days of Heaven) putting his stamp on two others, Six in Paris represents France’s top talent painting a cityscape by means of a collage.” -Metrograph

  • Saint Germain des Prés” by Jean Douchet
  • “Gare du Nord” by Jean Rouch
  • “Rue Saint Denis” by Jean-Daniel Pollet
  • “Place de l’Étoile” by Eric Rohmer
  • “Montparnasse et Levallois” by Jean-Luc Godard
  • “La Muette” by Claude Chabrol

Directors Claude Chabrol, Jean Douchet, Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Daniel Pollet, Eric Rohmer & Jean Rouch | 1965 | In  French with English subtitles | 95 minutes | NR 

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