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Check out some images from The Art of Behind the Scenes 2017 Exhibition

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Alfred Hitchcock shows where he wants the camera on Sean Connery and Tippi Hedren on the set of “Marnie”

Finch & Partners and Jaeger-LeCoultre continue their collaboration with the third edition of their exhibition ‘The Art of Behind The Scenes’.

Revealing a selection of pictures taken by some of the world’s most accomplished ‘on-set’ photographers, this exhibition will celebrate the art of photography and provide an opportunity to travel back in to the golden era of filmmaking with iconic directors and actors.

Marilyn Monroe listens to director George Cukor on the set of “Let’s Make Love”

The vernissage will be held at the Hôtel du Cap (Antibes) on 19th May 2017, coinciding with the annual Cannes Film Festival.

In the spirit of this exhibition, Jaeger-LeCoultre will also display a Compass camera created in 1938 by the Manufacture.

Paying tribute to this heritage, the Grande Maison unveiled a further series of classic photos captured through its camera lens in New York, Paris, Shanghai and Venice, locations which have since become the backdrop to the iconic movies being exhibited.

Every member of a film set is an artist in their individual field; from actor to director, cameraman to costume designer, they all contribute to the final story and product.

With the exhibition ‘The Art of Behind The Scenes’, Jaeger-LeCoultre and Finch & Partners will celebrate this artistic ingenuity and the resolute role of photography.

Sophia Loren with Paul Newman in “Lady L” by Peter Ustinov, 1965

Jean-Luc Godard and Brigitte Bardot on the set of ‘Le Mépris’, en 1963.

James Dean goes over his script on the set of “Rebel Without A Cause”

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