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We visited this museum as we were on holiday near the lake Annecy. As with all the sightseeings and shops you have to watch your opening times as they have two-hour lunch break and open exactly at 14 h (not a minute early). I have...More
The museum is free and small but quite informative on the roots of animation to France. We made a fun video in only 30 minutes and had a blast doing it. Be sure to check that the exhibit is still there though as it may...More
This museum has a wonderful film exposition on the history of animation going back to the late 1800's. It traces this art form from hand puppets to the computer generated images we see today. The Lumiere ( "light" in the French language) brothers were early...More
In the Art and History Conservatoire (a former seminary building up the hill to the left from the chateau) the CITIA exposition is a gem for anyone who perhaps has had their fill of castles, traditional tourist stuff and "art", but is interested in film...More