Musée d’Art à (re)voir

Musée Marmottan-Monet

Director : François Combin, Frédéric Vallet
Creative directors : François Combin, Gregory Schepard, Frédéric Vallet
Camera operators : François Combin, Frédéric Vallet, Aurore Gorlier, Laury Camie
Editing : François Combin, Daniela Ramalho, Laury Camie
Teaser editing : Marie Merchadou
Color grading : François Combin
With the participation of : Julie Vallet
Narrative voice : Gaëlle Olsen
Additional voice : Marc-Antoine Frédéric
Sound engineer : Baptiste Chauchat
Sound design : Gregory Schepard
Credits design : Laury Camie
Equipment rental : Urubu Films, Loca-images, Visual Impact France
Executive producers Urubu Films : François Combin, Grégory Schepard, François Leroux
Production : Urubu Films
Museum Tv producer : Charles Lavilanie

The Serie :
Paris, city of art, city of treasure. Alongside major world-famous museums such as the Le Louvre, Le Centre Pompidou and Le Musée d’Orsay, the city of light is full of treasures unknown by the general public. Some of these jewels have already lived their hours of glory in past centuries, others have just been created. All of them are bursting with creativity and contain many of the capital’s artistic wonders. Many of these places are to be discovered or rediscovered. The serie “Musée d’art à (re)voir” proposes to open the doors of these magnificent places to spectators.

Le Musée Marmottan :
Throughout the first half of the 20th century, le Musée Marmottan was a major centre of First Empire art. We go there to admire Paul Marmottan’s magnificent collection, and to relive the nostalgia of the great Napoleonic era, its imperial splendour, its past glories. But little by little, the Marmottan Museum became a showcase for another style of art, less classical, more avant-garde: impressionism. In 1993, the museum changed its name to the Musée Marmottan-monet.