Until 14 February 2016 a magnificent retrospective exhibition dedicated to Martin Scorcese is taking place in the Cinemathèque Française in Paris. One cannot be fond of cinema without liking Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Goodfellas or Casino. One cannot be fond of cinema without admiring Robert de Niro or Leonardo di Caprio, who have both acted in most of Martin Scorcese’s movies. If you like movies the Scorcese exhibition is made for you!
The 11th edition of the European Night of Museums is taking place next Saturday (16 May 2015) in more than 3,000 places all over Europe. In Paris and the Ile de France more than 130 Museums will exceptionally be open until Midnight on that day and most of them have created special shows or cultural events on this occasion. An opportunity not to be missed to discover for free at an unusual time and in unusual ways some of the most beautiful Parisian museums!
Here is my Top Five for your night visits: The first Three should not be too crowded ; the remaining Two, the Musée Picasso and the Musée du Quai Branly, may attract more visitors as they are more famous, but their programme for the European Night of Museums is really appealing! All the museums will be open until midnight on 16 May 2015 (10pm only for the Palais Galliera).