Catherine Verret-Vimont was, for more than twenty years, the New York office director of uniFrance, an organization responsible for the promotion and exportation of French cinema throughout the world. She had one other passion: photography. Today, she is showing the images she accumulated over the years in the City Hall of Paris’s 6th arrondissement. “Catherine Verret-Vimont had the opportunity to...
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