Music and Cinema at Cité de la Musique

March 20, 2013 | By French Culture
Filmmaker Tim Burton and composer Danny Elfman

Would movies be as magical without music?

A new exhibition at the Cité de la Musique in Paris (March 19 - August 18) examines the critical role of music in cinema. Highlighting themes such as laughter, love, and suspense in the work famous director-composer duos including Prokofiev / Eisenstein, Hitchcock / Hermann, and Leone / Morricone, Musique et Cinéma : le mariage du siècle? demonstrates the role of music at every stage of the filmmaking. More than a hundred extracts will be presented along with photographs, instruments, DVD cover art, and other documents emphasizing the power of music and cinema.

Learn more about the exhibit @ Cité de la Musique

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