Auditorium

INAUGURAL CYCLE

INAUGURAL CYCLE

Yves Saint Laurent was closely involved with the seventh art. By programming screenings of Yves Saint Laurent’s favourite films, the Ciné-Club at the mYSLm opens a door to a universe of inspirations, passions and emotions that accompanied the great couturier his entire life. Classics of 20th century cinema
– from Renoir to Visconti, from Cocteau to Orson Welles – will be shown. These are films one can see again and again.

All the films will be projected in their original version with french subtitles.
French films will show english subtitles.
All screenings will be at 7:00 pm unless otherwise specified.
Admission is free. please note there is limited seating

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CINÉ-CLUB #2

CINÉ-CLUB #2

Yves Saint Laurent was closely involved with the seventh art. The Ciné-Club at the mYSLm  continues to program his favorite films, revealing the inspirations, passions and emotions that accompanied the great couturier his entire life. Classics of 20th century cinema – from Godard to Wilder, from Mankiewicz to Wong Kar-Wai – will be viewed. These are films one can see again and again.

All the films will be projected in their original version with french subtitles. French films will show english subtitles.

All screenings will be at 7:00 pm unless otherwise specified.
Admission is free. please note there is limited seating.

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CINÉ-CLUB #3

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CINÉ-CLUB #4

CINÉ-CLUB #4

Yves Saint Laurent was closely involved with the seventh art. The Ciné-Club at the mYSLm continues to program his favorite films, revealing the inspirations, passions and emotions that accompanied the great couturier his entire life. Classics of 20th century cinema – from Hitchcock to Truffaut, from Buñuel to Kubrick – will be viewed. These are films one can see again and again.

All the films will be projected in their original version with french subtitles. French films ill show english subtitles. All screenings will be at 7:00 PM unless otherwise specified.
Admission is free, please note there is limited seating.
No admission will be allowed after 7:15 PM.

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