Audrey Hepburn in Love in the afternoon (1957) - Archives of Givenchy
For the first time, the Palais Galliera is presenting fashion and its heritage through the medium of the seventh art.
For this festival, which is aimed at all audiences, three screenings are scheduled from 10 to 12 June 2022: Falbalas by Jean Becker (1945), Love in the Afternoon by Billy Wilder (1957) and Frida by Julie Taymor (2002).
Each screening is introduced by a commentator. The screenings take place in the evening and in the open air, in the courtyard of the museum specially set up for this purpose.
►Friday 10 June at 21:15
Falbalas (1945), a famous film by Jacques Becker with Raymond Rouleau and Micheline Presle, about the daily life and love of a fashion designer in his workshop (duration 1h52).
►Saturday 11 June at 21:15
Love in the Afternoon (1957), by Billy Wilder with the couple Audrey Hepburn-Gary Cooper and Maurice Chevalier (duration 2h10).
On this occasion, one of the Hubert de Givenchy looks worn by the actress in the film is exceptionally presented.
►Dimanche 12 juin à 21h15
Frida (2002), the award-winning biopic on Frida Kahlo directed by Julie Taymor, with Salma Hayek in the title role (duration 2h02).
A nod to the exhibition Frida Kahlo, beyond appearances presented at the Palais Galliera from 15 September 2022 to 5 March 2023!
► Getting there :
By the main entrance of the Palais Galliera, located at 10, Avenue Pierre I de Serbie, Paris 16e
By Metro line 9, stop et Iena or Alma-Marceau
► Opening times :
From 8pm to midnight.
The doors open at 8pm.
Before each screening, which starts at 9:15 pm, a bar invites you to share a moment of conviviality over a drink with a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower.
Single screenings cost €7, with reduced rates of €5.
A pass is also available for the three screenings at the special rate of 15€.