7 à Paris
7 à Paris
Pays Drapeau de France France
Langue Français
Périodicité Hebdomadaire
Genre Culturel généraliste
Prix au numéro 7 F
Date de fondation 1986?
Éditeur Paris

Propriétaire Filipacchi
ISSN 0293-1079

7 à Paris est un hebdomadaire culturel parisien, créé en 1981 et disparu en 1993[1].

Ce journal donnait en plus des horaires et programmations des cinémas, spectacles, théâtres, concerts… de Paris, comme Pariscope ou l'Officiel des Spectacles, critiques des films, des articles variés ainsi qu'une page de BD, un peu comme Les Inrockuptibles et invente de nombreuses rubriques qui feront école.

Signatures

Films publicitaires

  • 1990 : 7 à Paris, c'est pas de la camomille - Série de trois spots publicitaires de 15 min chacun - de Jean-Pierre Mocky - Il tient son propre rôle[2]

Notes et références

  1. (fr) La notice bibliographique catalogue.bnf.fr du site de la BnF indique que le dernier numéro paru est le 581 (6 au 12 janvier 1993). Cependant le magazine a paru au moins jusqu'au n° 584 (27 janvier au 2 février 1993).
  2. http://blogs.allocine.fr/videos/play.blogo?vid=bd2a8b7b5e6257431025320342164b5f

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