Unifrance, Studio Ciné Live magazine, and Central Color have joined forces to pay tribute to the talent of artists who have contributed to enhancing French films' visibility on the international scene.
35 artists present during the last Unifrance Rendez-Vous in Paris accepted to participate in our photo exhibition project.
Over four days, photographer Vincent Flouret immortalized their visit to the Grand Hotel in order to put together a series of images that have already been the subject of an exclusive portfolio feature published in the latest edition of Studio Ciné Live. These same photos, slightly reworked, have allowed an 8-meter-long fresco to be created that will be exhibited in four different cities over the coming weeks.
This exhibition will be installed first of all at the Furman Gallery in the Lincoln Center in New York during the ニューヨーク ランデブー・今日のフランス映画, which will take place March 11 through 21. The exhibition will then be displayed in the multimedia library of the Ambassade de France in China during the first two weeks of April, accompanying the French Film Panorama in China. The intention is for it then be exhibited during the 63rd Cannes Film Festival.
Lastly, Parisian spectators will have the possibility of discovering this exhibition at MK2 Bibliothèque. MK2 Cinemas are the partner of the next edition of Paris Cinéma in July.