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Manet at the Musée d’Orsay

“Déjeuner sur l’herbe” Manet, Paris, Musée d’Orsay Almost 30 years have gone by since the last memorable Manet retrospective. The Musée d’Orsay in Paris is now celebrating the French painter through his masterpieces, which are full of history and modernity.…

Fascinating Stanley Kubrick

Visionary. Perfectionist. Mysterious. There’s something fascinating about the way Stanley Kubrick’s films slowly unveil their stories through strong, striking images filled with meaning and enigma. This spring, the Cinémathèque Française is exploring Kubrick’s work and life with a series of…

Antonioni’s Blow-Up

Antonioni’s Blow-Up

“The first comprehensive study of this cinematic masterpiece – a fascinating analysis of the film’s central theme of photography, and an insightful account of the fashion and art scene of mid-1960s London in which the film is set.” You know…

Italian Style on the Silver Screen

Italian Style on the Silver Screen

Photo from Pasolini’s L’Accattone (1961), BFI We love film here at 160grams; we actually love it so much that it will be the theme for our next issue! Parts of our cinema issue will deal with costume design and fashion…

3rd Fashion in Film Festival: Birds of Paradise

Birds of Paradis

The flyer for the London event titles “a major extravaganza in costume spectacle, dance and diabolical glamour 1-12 December 2010″. It is indeed a ravishing extravaganza of fabrics, colours, movements, veils and dangerous divas on the screens of the Barbican,…

Ernst Lubitsch at the Cinémathèque

Ernst Lubitsch at the Cinémathèque

La Cinémathèque Française pays a very special hommage to the director that once said “I’ve been to Paris France and I’ve been to Paris Paramount. Paris Paramount is better”. Iconic film director Billy Wilder had a sign over his office door…