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  • 2016 / 
  • French & English with English subtitles / 
  • 110 min
THE PARIS OPERA DVD & Online Streaming

For Theatrical and Film Festival Bookings contact Clemence Taillandier at or 212-941-7715


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Landmark Shattuck Cinemas Berkeley California October 27, 2017
Laemmle's Town Center 5 Encino California October 20, 2017
Laemmle Royal Los Angeles California October 20, 2017
COLCOA Los Angeles California April 24, 2017
San Francisco International Film Festival San Francisco California April 5, 2017
Opera Plaza San Francisco California October 27, 2017
Avon Theater Stamford Connecticut November 7, 2017
Rehoboth Beach Film Festival Rehoboth Beach Delaware November 3, 2017
Landmark E Street Cinema Washington District of Columbia October 27, 2017
Naples Int'l Film Festival Naples Florida October 27, 2017
Landmark Midtown Art Cinema Atlanta Georgia November 10, 2017
The Ryder Bloomington Indiana November 3, 2017
Louisiana International Film Festival Baton Rouge Louisiana April 20, 2017
AFI Docs Silver Spring Maryland June 18, 2017
MFA Boston Boston Massachusetts July 13, 2017
Landmark Kendall Square Cinema Boston Massachusetts October 27, 2017
Berkshires Int'l Film Festival Great Barrington Massachusetts June 1, 2017
Landmark Lagoon Cinema Minneapolis Minnesota November 10, 2017
The Screen Santa Fe New Mexico November 10, 2017
Film Society of Lincoln Center New York New York October 18, 2017
Landmark Ritz at the Bourse Philidelphia Pennsylvania November 17, 2017
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Fort Worth Texas December 1, 2017
Pickford Film Center Bellingham Washington October 15, 2017
Seattle International Film Festival Seattle Washington June 16, 2017
Seattle International Film Festival Seattle Washington May 18, 2017


Autumn 2015. At the Paris Opera, Stéphane Lissner is putting the finishing touches to his first press conference as director. Backstage, artists and crew prepare to raise the curtain on a new season withSchönberg's Moses and Aaron. But the announcement of a strike and arrival of a bull in a supporting rolecomplicate matters. At the same time, a promising young Russian singer begins at the Opera's Academy. In the hallways of Opera Bastille, his destiny will cross paths with that of Bryn Terfel, one of the greatest voices of his time. As the season progresses, more and more characters appear, playing out the human comedy in the manner of a documentary Opera. But this comedy is set against a tragic backdrop when terrorist attacks plunge Paris into mourning. Even though the show must go on at all costs, there is no end of trouble for the new director. Star choreographer Benjamin Millepied jumps ship soon after taking over as director of ballet at Palais Garnier. Preparations for Richard Wagner's six-hour opera Die Meistersinger reunite the company.