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Monday, August 3, 2015

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Secret Paris Filming Locations used by French Industry Scouts (175 Pics)

MiRES is a Paris-based agency dedicated to finding the most beautiful, unique and unusual shooting locations in and outside of the French capital. A best-kept secret of the film, fashion and entertainment industry, their catalog is a treasure trove of incredible spaces you would never get to see or even know existed otherwise. They have the hook-up for locations you wouldn’t possibly imagine were for hire, from the merry-go-round at the foot of the Sacré Coeur to a secret Parisian attic frozen in time.

Picked out a few of  favourite locations in the catalog .

Murder Mystery at the Parisian Theatre

There are many secrets backstage at this theatre from another time, and they’re all extremely photogenic.

“Meeting Marie Antoinette” –An untold love story of the forbidden trysts of Marie Antoinette

And this little Paris theatre wouldn’t do too badly standing in as Marie Antoinette’s private theatre at Versailles. 

“Occupying Paris” – wartime dramas. 

Stairways, hallways, kitchens frozen in somewhere in the 1940s, ideal to set the scene for a clandestine meeting of the French resistance!

“Journey to the Centre of the Earth” – (via the Paris Catacombs)

“The Three Musketeers”

“Amélie”, the sequel.

Yes, you can hire this carrousel at the foot of the Sacré Coeur.

Perhaps Mademoiselle Poulain bought a house! 

A very Amélie bedroom. 

village kitchen feel, perfect for Amélie’s Montmartre.

Her local Parisian café where all the gossip begins. 

Calling all location scouts for “Game of Thrones”

This incredible reading room in the centre of Paris would also be fit for the plotting of any evil Prince at King’s Landing.

“La Vie Bohême” – tales from la Belle Epoque

Check out this incredible Harry Potter-esque library

Take a look around this bright bohemian loft.

Travel back in time inside a “couturier’s Parisian showroom“.

“The Paris Time Capsule Attic”– what hidden treasures are hiding under the dust?


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