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Cinema & Photo

"Fear the day when a train no longer touches your heart" (Apollinaire)

The Chemin de Fer de la Baie de Somme and its authentic infrastructure readily relates to Art. The Association can provide special trains for making feature films, documentaries, television broadcasts... whether the train is a principal subject or whether it is in the background. The collection of rolling stock owned by the CFBS covers the period from 1870 to around 1960. At the same time, the architecture of most of the railway buildings dates from 1880 or from work carried out in the 1930s.

The trains of the CFBS have already appeared in documentaries, DVDs and videos for railway enthusiasrs, and also in feature films such as 'Le Cheval d'Orgueil' by Claude Chabrol (1980), 'Hypnose' by Benoît Jacquot (2009), 'A la recherche du temps perdu' by Nina Companeez (2010)... The CFBS has also been asked to help with the making of films for television, such as 'Ce cochon de Morin', 'Le voyage de la Veuve', 'La Maison du Péril',...

Filming usually takes between a day and a week, with numerous special trains on all parts of the Réseau des Bains de Mer ...  The magic of cinema does the rest!The CFBS's historic material can equally be made available for promotional photo shoots, for fashion, jewellery, luxury goods...

The Association has also worked with a theatre troup from Saint Valery sur Somme. A play by Guy de Maupassant performed on a moving train.

 

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