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A required destination for cinephiles in the city of light, the Cinémathèque Française Film Center and Museum is dedicated to all things celluloid. Housed in a building designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry which is noteworthy in its own right, the Cinémathèque includes a film museum with a permanent exhibit exploring cinema throughout its short but vibrant history, and also hosts frequent temporary exhibits paying homage to specific film directors, national film traditions or periods.

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