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From Wednesday, October 4 2017 to Sunday, March 4 2018
Passionate about the seventh art since his childhood, Goscinny drew inspiration for his comics from the greatest masterpieces of cinema, from epics to westerns and musicals.
Playful and interactive, punctuated with costumes and sets, the exhibition takes a look at original boards and film clips to reveal the importance of cinema in the work of this brilliant screenwriter.
At the heart of the exhibition, the reconstruction of the Idéfix studios, created by Goscinny, dreaming of being Walt Disney, will reveal every stage of creating a cartoon. 40 years after the death of their creator, Asterix, Lucky Luke, the Daltons, Iznogoud Little Nicholas have become film characters in their own right. Success for "Walt Goscinny"!
Times to be confirmed
Exhibition + film: €13
Exhibition + Museum: €12
Free Pass: free