Youssef Chahine: Films of Alexandria's giant of cinema revisited in Paris
He launched the career of actor Omar Sharif and put iconic French singer Dalida on the silver screen: Youssef Chahine was a major figure in the golden age of Egyptian cinema thanks to his naturalistic, groundbreaking films. Ten years after his death, the Cinémathèque Française is hosting a retrospective of his greatest features alongside an exhibition exploring his universe.
Our reporters also check out "Persona Grata", a show exploring the concept of hospitality and the traumatic journeys of those who seek it out.
And portraits of exile and resettlement from 20th century America make up the bulk of an exhibition of Dorothea Lange’s photography here in Paris.