A history of the animated film at the Musée de la publicité (Advertising Museum) in Paris during Spring 2007

A programme of some 80 films, the earliest rare and little-known, will retrace the history of the animated advertising film.



Kiss Cool Director: Ich&Kar Production: Toreros

From its débuts in the 1910s, with films by pioneers of the genre – Emile Cohl, Robert Lortac, Alexander Alexeieff – until the most recent, including the films of the Poiraud brothers for Hollywood and Orangina, Soand Sau’s films for Evian and the little monsters of Kiss Kool by Ich&Kar. Three rooms in the museum will be converted into projection rooms, while the others will show photographs, documents and archive images of the filmmakers and their work and the evolution of the various animated techniques from paper cut-outs to computer-generated imagery.

Practical information:

Musée de la Mode et du Textile
107, rue de Rivoli
75001 Paris
France

Phone: +33 (0)1 44 55 57 50

Metro train stations: Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre, Tuileries, Pyramides.
Bus: 21, 27, 39, 48, 68, 72, 81, 95.
Parkings: Carrousel du Louvre,
rue des Pyramides

Fees:
Full rates: 8 euros
Discount rates: 6,5 euros

Opening hours:
Tuesday and Friday from 11ham to 6hpm
Saturday and Sunday: from 10ham to 6hpm
Thursday till 9hpm
Closed on Monday.

For further information, you can visit the following website: Musée de la publicité in Paris