The painted walls

A dream cast on the walls of Cannes

The painted walls scattered around the city share the limelight to illustrate mythical scenes and icons of the cinema. You won’t leave Cannes without seeing a few frescoes, at the bend of a confidential alley or a more frequented avenue. From the Croisette to the old town of The Suquet, these works of the 7th Art offer another way of seeing the city. Stroll around freely or discover them accompanied by a local film lover.

The walls have ears… and much more in Cannes! The icons of the cinema are displayed in large-scale murals, true works of art.

In the four corners of the city, on the facades of houses or public buildings, discover about fifteen works bearing the effigy of stars or movie scenes in trompe-l’oeil.

Tribute to Jean-Paul Belmondo

[New] Cannes City Hall pays tribute to Jean-Paul Belmondo and unveils a gigantic mural in his likeness.

Cannes, an open-air film museum. As part of its ongoing programme of murals and as a tribute to the famous actor Jean-Paul Belmondo, the Cannes Town Hall is unveiling a 170 m2 portrait of the artist in the heart of the Gambetta district at 7 rue Jean Jaurès, a very popular area of the town.

Free discovery of the painted walls

Painted walls can be seen all over the city. Keep your eyes open, look up and you’ll find them here and there.

Afraid to miss one? They are indicated on the map below!

The visit with a passionate greeter

To learn more about the subject and perfect your film culture, take the tour accompanied by René-Pierre, a passionate greeter who will share all his anecdotes! A great way to discover the town and talk to a local. And what’s more, it’s free!