Exhibition: cinematographic views on the Great WarThis exhibition presents a panorama of Franco-German relations in the cinema, through films set in the Great War. Throughout the 20th century, the portrayal of the enemy on the big screen evolved. From propaganda films, we move on to more peaceful visions of relations between the belligerents. The exhibition also presents the use of the image of Alsace. Cinema will play an important role in the post-war period, as a vehicle for the dissemination of French culture after the return to France.
Liesel's adviceThis exhibition gives an overview of Franco-German relations in the cinema, through films set during the Great War. It also presents the use of the image of Alsace, where cinema will play an important role during the post-war period, after the return to France.
HorairesTuesday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm, Sundays and public holidays from 10am to 6pm.Organisé par Franco-German Historial of the Great War
DepartureFranco-German Historial of the Great War
DistanceNearest train station: 14 Km
AccessOn a route that is accessible by bus
Adults: 6€ / Children under 10: free €