Want to know where Midnight in Paris from 2011 was filmed? The movie starring Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams and Kurt Fuller was shot at more than 9 locations, including Musée de l'Orangerie in Paris, France. All the filming locations of Midnight in Paris are listed below.
A romantic comedy about a family traveling to the French capital for business. The party includes a young engaged couple forced to confront the illusion that a life different from their own is better.
Fantasy, Romance, Comedy
Spain, United States of America
Owen Wilson (Gil), Rachel McAdams (Inez), Kurt Fuller (John), Mimi Kennedy (Helen), Michael Sheen (Paul), Nina Arianda (Carol), Marion Cotillard (Adriana) more..., Léa Seydoux (Gabrielle), Carla Bruni (Museum Guide), Maurice Sonnenberg (Man at Wine Tasting), Thierry Hancisse (1920's Partygoer), Guillaume Gouix (1920's Partygoer), Audrey Fleurot (1920's Partygoer), Marie-Sohna Condé (1920's Partygoer), Yves Heck (Cole Porter), Alison Pill (Zelda Fitzgerald), Tom Hiddleston (F. Scott Fitzgerald), Sonia Rolland (Joséphine Baker), Corey Stoll (Ernest Hemingway), Daniel Lundh (Juan Belmonte), Laurent Spielvogel (Antiques Dealer), Thérèse Bourou-Rubinsztein (Alice B. Toklas), Kathy Bates (Gertrude Stein), Marcial Di Fonzo Bo (Pablo Picasso), Emmanuelle Uzan (Djuna Barnes), Adrien Brody (Salvador Dalí), Tom Cordier (Man Ray), Adrien de Van (Luis Buñuel), Serge Bagdassarian (Détective Duluc), Gad Elmaleh (Détective Tisserant), David Lowe (T.S. Eliot), Atmen Kelif (Hotel Doctor), Yves-Antoine Spoto (Henri Matisse), Laurent Claret (Leo Stein), Sava Lolov (Belle Époque Couple), Karine Vanasse (Belle Époque Couple), Catherine Benguigui (Maxim's Hostess), Vincent Menjou Cortes (Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec), Olivier Rabourdin (Paul Gauguin), François Rostain (Edgar Degas) and others.
Woody Allen (Writer), Darius Khondji (Director of Photography), Alisa Lepselter (Editor), Stéphane Foenkinos (Casting), Patricia Kerrigan DiCerto (Casting), Juliet Taylor (Casting), Anne Seibel (Production Design) more..., Jean-Yves Rabier (Art Direction), Hélène Dubreuil (Set Decoration), Sonia Grande (Costume Design), Letty Aronson (Producer), Eva Garrido (Associate Producer), Javier Méndez (Executive Producer), Helen Robin (Co-Producer), Jack Rollins (Co-Executive Producer), Jaume Roures (Producer), Stephen Tenenbaum (Producer), Veronique Bosle (Hairstylist), Natasha Ladek (Wigmaker), Catherine Leblanc (Hairstylist), Patricia Planche (Makeup Artist), Lydia Pujols (Makeup Artist), Olivier Seyfrid (Hairstylist), Helen Robin (Unit Production Manager), Matthieu Rubin (Unit Production Manager), Sid Karne (Assistant Director), Tatiana Bouchain (Art Department Coordinator), Jean-Marie Blondel (Sound mixer), Lee Dichter (Sound Re-Recording Mixer), Robert Hein (Supervising Sound Editor), Thomas Kodros (Dolby Consultant), Glenfield Payne (Sound Effects Editor), David Wahnon (Sound Editor), Paul Yurt (Mixing Engineer), Georges Demétrau (Special Effects Supervisor), Pascal Fauvelle (Special Effects), Jérome Miel (Special Effects), Charles-Axel Vollard (Special Effects), Roger Arpajou (Still Photographer), Jan Rubens (Camera Operator) and others.
Gravier Productions, TV3, Versátil Cinema, Mediapro, Pontchartrain Productions
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Gil disagrees with Inez's parents.
Gil finally outsmarts Paul with his background knowledge of the Picasso painting.
Gil is walking through Paris after breaking up with Inez. He meets Gabrielle on Pont Alexandre III.
Gil is invited to join a group to party when the clock strikes 12.
Gil and Inez have a romantic moment on the bridge at Monet's Garden in Giverny.
Gil asks the museum guide from the Rodin Museum to translate a passage in the French book he bought at the market.