19 January 2016 à 12:13
Come visit the City of Light thanks to MyFrenchFilmFestival!
Get the chance to win a luxurious trip to Paris for 2 spending 5 nights at the Hôtel Scribe!
Do you dream of wandering around Montmartre, climbing the Eiffel Tower, visiting the Louvre, or hanging out in the cinemas of the Latin Quarter, while staying at a 5-star hotel?
Well, it's never been easier than this…
To win a trip for two to Paris and/or unlimited access to films on MyFrenchFilmFestival.com, all you have to do is try your luck playing by MyFrenchFilmFestival's Facebook app "My Paris." Fill in the short questionnaire so you can take part in the prize draw to win the trip. If the Eiffel Tower lights up, you have won a Festival Pack. The more friends you invite to join in the competition, the greater your chances of winning the trip to Paris!
The lucky winners of the trip to Paris will be offered a 5-night stay at the Hôtel Scribe, a 5-star hotel right in the heart of Paris that was the very first location where the Lumière brothers screened their films to the public in 1895. No less than that!
Keep in mind that a prize draw will be held weekly to give away one unlimited-access festival pass, so don't wait a moment longer to play the "My Paris" app!
All the best from Paris, and good luck to you all!
You will discover a long tradition of excellence in the art of refined living in this sumptuous establishment built in the 19th century. Recognized as an emblem of Parisian life, the Hôtel Scribe originally served as headquarters for the aristocratic Jockey Club. A legendary location, Hôtel Scribe was also the backdrop of emerging modernity, which spawned the invention of cinema. It was in the Salon Indien of the Hôtel Scribe, not far from the famous Paris Opera, that on December 28, 1895, the Lumière brothers entered into history when they presented their very first films to the Parisian public, who were utterly transfixed by the moving images. This first public screening only drew thirty-three spectators. But word spread quickly and within a few days, the Salon Indien was filled with 2,500 spectators each day. It became a success story that went from strength to strength, and cinema was born. Today, the Hôtel Scribe still keeps this legacy alive. In the elegance of its rooms, suites, communal spaces, and reception halls, new generations of renowned personalities write the contemporary history of the Hôtel Scribe.
For further information: http://www.hotel-scribe.com/fr
Latest update : 05 February 2016 à 12:13 CET