Cinema is present every day at the Centre Pompidou throughout the year in rooms, the museum and exhibitions, from single screenings to retrospectives, from exhibition-installations to festivals.
Du 13 au 22 mars 2020
« Cinéma du réel », le festival international du film documentaire, présente ce qui fait le cinéma documentaire d’aujourd’hui, à travers une sélection d’œuvres françaises et internationales inédites en France.
Pour sa 42e édition, il invite à reconsidérer l’idée d’un cinéma qui apprivoise l’altérité et l’inquiétante étrangeté du monde.
À travers notamment les œuvres de Pedro Costa, Dans la champbre de Vanda (2000), et de Mosco Boucault, Roubaix, Commissariat central. Affaires courantes (2008).
Every Friday at 12pm - Free admission within the limit of seats available
Showing on a large screen of a film from the online Les yeux doc catalogue.
One Sunday a month at 5pm
Every three months, a film library or heritage collection is invited to provide a documentary gem from its reserves.
One Monday a month from 6pm
An evening with a film-maker in two parts: presentation of a current project, screening of a previous film.
Once a month at 8pm
Themed screening of short films according to desires, news and the season!
Ad hoc sessions
One Thursday a month at 8pm
Meeting on a film chosen by the editorial board of the Images documentaires review.
January 8 - February 26, 2020. Every Wednesday at 2 pm
Perspectives on documentary cinema
One Saturday a month at 11:30
Educational program on art history and moving images, in partnership with Paris-Sorbonne University.
One Wednesday a month at 7pm
“Film” proposes a new insight into the Museum’s film collections.
Once a month at 8pm
This new monthly event follows the recent creation of artists who have participated in previous editions of the Hors Piste festival.
One Monday a month at 7pm
“Video and after” is a cycle of meetings with artists and art historians proposing screenings, conferences, performances and discussions.
The last Thursday of every month at 7pm or 8pm
“Cinema of the future” explores film production by contemporary French and international artists.