Impressions de France | Disney World

Last Updated on: March 26th, 2024

Impressions de France (Disney World)

“Impressions de France” is a film attraction located in the France pavilion at Epcot in Walt Disney World Resort, Florida. It is a beautiful and immersive cinematic experience that showcases the scenic beauty, culture, and landmarks of France.

The film takes guests on a breathtaking journey through the picturesque landscapes of France, including its stunning countryside, charming villages, iconic landmarks, and bustling cities. The narration, accompanied by a captivating musical score, guides visitors through various regions of France, offering a glimpse into the country’s rich history, art, architecture, and cultural heritage.

“Impressions de France” is presented in a 200-degree wrap-around theater with a massive screen, creating an immersive and panoramic viewing experience. The film is shot in a stunning 70mm format, providing guests with a high-definition and visually stunning presentation.

The attraction celebrates the beauty and charm of France and is often praised for its artistic and cinematic quality, transporting guests to the heart of this remarkable country. It’s a relaxing and enjoyable way to immerse oneself in the sights and sounds of France, making it a must-see for visitors to Epcot.

Fun Facts

  • Impressions de France is a 30-minute film attraction located in the France Pavilion at Epcot’s World Showcase.
  • The attraction showcases the natural beauty, culture, and history of France through stunning cinematography, music, and narration.
  • The film is known for its breathtaking scenes, which include iconic locations like the Palace of Versailles, the Eiffel Tower, the French countryside, and picturesque villages.
  • Impressions de France features a musical score composed by Buddy Baker and arranged by renowned composer and conductor Paul Mauriat, adding to the emotional impact of the film.
  • The film has been a beloved part of Epcot’s World Showcase since the park’s opening in 1982 and continues to transport guests to the beauty of France through the power of cinema.

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