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November Events at the Musée de l’Elysée


In November, the Musée de l’Elysée celebrates the Tramp with three movie nights, one conference, a brochure dedicated to young visitors and the launch of ‘The Keystone Album’ published by Xavier Barral.
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Chaplin Nights
6th, 7th & 8th November, 5-9pm
As part of the Chaplin, Between War and Peace (1914-1940) exhibition, the Musée de l’Elysée presents three cinematic evenings with screenings of 35 Chaplin shorts: Keystone Comedies (1914) & Shoulder Arms (1918)
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Lunchtime Guided Tour
19th November, 12:30 pm
With a museum guide. Included in the admission fee.
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Presentation: Chaplin’s Social and Political Commitment
27th November, 6:30 pm
Screening of Serge Viallet and Pierre Catalan’s documentary 1940: Charlie Chaplin Films “The Great Dictator”, followed by a talk with Kate Guyonvarch, Director of the Association Chaplin.
→ Free entrance, upon registration
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‘Discover Chaplin’ Brochure
Kids can use this fun and educational brochure to visit the exhibition. Free of charge, available at the front desk.
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Launch of The Keystone Album at Paris Photo
To mark the centenary of the Tramp, Editions Xavier Barral and the Musée de l’Elysée are publishing a unique volume from the Charles Chaplin photographic archives that were deposited at the museum in 2011: The Keystone Album. It presents Chaplin’s first year in front of Keystone’s cameras in 1914. To examine these 795 stills is to witness the birth of a character and see the beginnings of a filmmaker. Published in French and in English, this beautiful book is enriched with two essays and a filmography.
→ In the Museum’s Bookstore and at Xavier Barral’s booth at Paris Photo as of November 13
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