Paris 1919

« Return to film

Poster: Paris 1919

Checking for rights for your region

We are currently verifying whether this film is available for rental in your region.

This may take a few minutes.

We're sorry.

From your IP address, we can tell you're in .

Unfortunately, this film is not available for rental in your region.

We're sorry.

The service is temporarily unavailable. Please come back later.

After purchasing a rental, you will have 48 hours to watch the film.

Synopsis

The last shots had been fired in the First World War — but peace had yet to be made. Inspired by Margaret MacMillan’s acclaimed work of popular history, Paris 1919 takes us inside the most ambitious peace talks in history, revisiting the event with a vivid sense of narrative. Evoking a pivotal moment when peace seemed possible, director Paul Cowan reflects upon the hard-learned lessons of history.

Terms of use

1 You may view this film for private, personal, library or classroom use only. Public screenings and institutional (non-educational institutions) use are not permitted. 

2 Institutional prices include the rights to screen this film in institutional settings and in free public screenings.