On Monday 21 and Tuesday 22 January, 2019, Air France is taking part in the film location trade fair at La Grande Halle de la Villette in Paris.
This trade fair welcomes representatives from sites and companies from all over France who come to promote their heritage and their filming policy. Air France will be present at this professional event dedicated to the movie industry for the 6th year running with the Air France Studio, its audiovisual and cinematographic production offer.
On board or at the foot of an airplane on the tarmac, in a business lounge, a check-in desk or in a vast maintenance hangar, Air France Studio provides a unique environment for the world of film, fashion and media.
Air France studio also provides sets for locations with accessories, products and vehicles from the brand Air France and accompanies the teams behind the scenes - from the organization to the promotion of audiovisual achievements - and takes care of the transport of film crews and equipment.
In 2018, Air France Studio notably accompanied film crews on the sets of films Le Doudou by Philippe Mechelen and Julien Hervé, Les aventures de Spirou et Fantasio by Alexandre Coffre, Amoureux de ma femme by Daniel Auteuil, and Le Meilleur reste à venir by Matthieu Delaporte and Alexandre de La Patellière.
Air France and movies – a real love story
Since the first inflight movie was shown on board a flight in 1966, cinema has become part of Air France's DNA, becoming an essential part of the travel experience.
Air France has one of the largest movie theatres in the world. With a wide range of programmes and state-of-the-art equipment, the company offers up to 1,200 hours of video-on-demand in 10 languages on the 38,000 individual screens in its long-haul fleet.