Pablo Ducrós Hicken Cinema Museum

Film museum built from the personal collection of Argentina painter Ducrós Hicken.

Present in tours

La Boca

Founded in 1971, this museum includes the original collection of the artist Ducrós Hicken, and features items from the history of Argentine cinema, from 1896 to the present day. Objects on display range from cameras and projectors to clothing, props and sketches from the golden age of Argentine cinema, plus awards won at international film festivals.

 

CAFFARENA, AGUSTIN R. 49

4300 8370

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