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CONTENTS
A WORD FROM MICHAEL CHAPLIN
AN EXCEPTIONAL LIFE
AT THE HEART OF THE...
+ 3CHAPLIN - The Legend
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Chaplin family at Cinéma Rex, Vevey, Switzerand, 1962
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A WORD FROM
MICHAEL CHAPLIN
Our family is very enthusiastic about supporting
the creation of the C...
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“A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow, always hopeful of...
+ 7MUCH MORE THAN A MUSEUM
KNOWN AND BELOVED
ON FIVE CONTINENTS
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An exceptional life
Maker of 81 films b...
+ 9CHAPLIN - The Legend
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A PLANETARY LEGEND
SYMBOL OF...
The most popular artist of the 20th
Century...
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EXCELLENCE
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A PLANETARY LEGEND
SYMBOL OF...
Leopold Godowsky Mahatma Gandhi Albert Eins...
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PRESTIGE
The legend lives on
Charlie Chaplin is legendary because of the
prestige and audacity of...
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AT THE HEART OF
THE SWISS RIVIERA
CHAPLIN MUSEUM - The Project
A world class museum among the best
of Switzerland
Loc...
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A mythical manor symbol of a legendary story
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An authentic site, a venue of comedic and poignant discoveries
The Charlie Chaplin Museum...
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A lush garden tapestry
CHAPLIN MUSEUM - The Project + 19
Situated at the heart of a 14-hectare domain,
the Manoir de Ban offers a breathtaking vi...
Cutting-edge set design and the latest
technological advances
With image and motion, the fourteen hectares
of the Manoir d...
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Much more than a museum
The Charlie Chaplin Museum is more than a
museum, with its Manoir...
A BOLD PROJECT
IN A GREEN ENVIRONMENT
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A DESIGN
FOR A MUSEUM OF THE
+ 24 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum
A mixture of tradition and daring
The architec...
+ 25CHAPLIN MUSEUM - The Architecture
TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
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A unique cultural concept, a line-up of
activities and festivals
The Charli...
+ 27CHAPLIN MUSEUM - The Architecture
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At the Manoir de Ban, built patrimony and plant
heritage provide a remarkab...
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ENGINEERING +
LANDSCAPING
CHAPLIN MUSEUM - The Architecture
Geothermy and solar energy
The Charlie Chaplin Museum is ...
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“Let us strive for the impossible. The great achievements throughout histor...
+ 31MUCH MORE THAN A MUSEUM
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THE MANOIR
THE MANOIR - Intimate Rendezvous
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Family Life
A piano and oversized framed photos. Over a
background of Chapl...
+ 35THE MANOIR - Intimate Rendezvous
Dining with the Stars
Images of the Chaplin family seating around a
table with Charli...
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In the heart of Charlie Chaplinʼs
manor-house
An authentic site unlike any ...
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INTIMATE
RENDEZVOUS
THE MANOIR - Intimate Rendezvous
Words that Inspire…Words that Remain
Words, poetry, artistic wor...
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From London to Corsier-sur-Vevey
A spiral ascension leading to the intimate space
of the final curtain for a man who ...
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FAMILY
ALBUM
THE MANOIR - Intimate Rendezvous
Rooms with a View
Friends’ rooms and reminiscences of celebrities
who l...
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THE MANOIR - Intimate Rendezvous + 43
FAMILY
ALBUM
Charlie and Oona
His favorite seat in the living room Children’s souls ...
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Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum
The attic of a never-forgotten childhood
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REMINISCENCES
OF EAST LANE
THE MANOIR - Intimate Rendezvous
Travel through times
Doors open to another world, another...
AGREAT
VOYAGE AT SEA
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The arrival in the New World
A ship tossing in the wav...
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SOUNDS OF
NICKELODEON
The arrival in Hollywood The white cloth screen
Keystone Studio...
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“Humor is the ability to discern in a kindly way the folly in what is consi...
+ 49MUCH MORE THAN A MUSEUM
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EXHIBITION
HALL
EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter
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FROM TEARS
TO LAUGHTER
EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter
Multimedia, multisensory and virtual
show of a lifeti...
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EASY STREET
+ 55EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter
The daily universe of the Little Tramp
Go beyond the screen to enter the imme...
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Amazing vestiges of silent movies
A colourful archaeological site revealing...
+ 57EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter
Corps de Ballet
An area with a labyrinth of two-way mirrors,
reflecting the a...
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Unforgettable images
The dizzying mezzanine is like an open air
observation...
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The Great Beauty of Silence
The film “The Circus” features the most illustrious
and funniest tightrope walkers of the...
THE STUDIO
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+ 61EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter
The “making of” space and
its wide-open decor
From the “Modern Times” escalat...
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“Machinery that gives us abundance has left us in want. Our knowledge has m...
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“Let us fight for a new world, a decent world!”
Charlie Chaplin
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Window shopping to dream about
Window of flowers, romantic yet inaccessible...
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HOLLYWOOD
BOULEVARD
EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter
HOLLYWOOD
BOULEVARD
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Shops with unforgettable scenes
The cutting room, never revealed on the big screen.
The barbersho...
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EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter
The mythical Chaplin Studio
of Hollywood
Preserved under glass, the mythical Chap...
DREAMS
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The Little Trampʼs Dream World
The dormitory set from “The Kid” is a...
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THE FINAL
STAGE
EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter
The adrenalin of opening night
Experience the excitement of ...
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“Beauty is the object or the consciousness which amplifies the feeling of u...
+ 73MUCH MORE THAN A MUSEUM
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+ 75CHAPLIN MUSEUM - Public open spaces
PRESTIGE AND
CELEBRITY
Art and prestige area to celebrate
excellence.
The 300-squa...
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The Charlot Boutique
Thousands of objects and memorabilia with a
view of th...
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THE CHARLOT
BOUTIQUE &
CAFÉ
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FACTS &
FIGURES
CHAPLIN MUSEUM - Facts & Figures
The Charlie Chaplin Museum
The project in real numbers
Property, tot...
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“Humor is the sublime wisdom of pity and tolerance in which man recognizes ...
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A SPECIAL
INVITATION
SPONSORSHIP & PARTNERSHIP - A Special Invitation
Looking for unique partners
You have received t...
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THE POWER OF
CHARLIE CHAPLIN
SPONSORSHIP & PARTNERSHIP - A Special Invitation
A business opportunity that transcends ...
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CHAPLIN’S IMAGE
& ESSENCE
SPONSORSHIP & PARTNERSHIP - A Special Invitation
The Charlie Chaplin Image & Essence
Charli...
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WORLD
IMPACT
SPONSORSHIP & PARTNERSHIP - A Special Invitation
World impact, visibility and benefits for sponsors and ...
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TARGET
AUDIENCE
SPONSORSHIP & PARTNERSHIP - A Special Invitation
Millions of Charlie Chaplin aficionados and movie fa...
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Partnership and Sponsoring Levels
The project developers have all the neces...
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Individual Contributions
Individual contributions are mainly for indi...
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Restrictions and Rights
The presentation of the proposed project in the pre...
Project developers and authors©:
Owners of the Manoir:
Architect:
Architectural Design & Interior Design:
Civil Engineer:
...
“I am what I am: an individual, unique and different… a history of dreams, desires and of special
experiences.”
Charlie Ch...
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  • 1. + 2 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum CONTENTS A WORD FROM MICHAEL CHAPLIN AN EXCEPTIONAL LIFE AT THE HEART OF THE SWISS RIVIERA PROJECT OVERVIEW A PARK TO DREAM ABOUT A NEW MUSEOGRAPHIC REFERENCE A BOLD PROJECT IN A GREEN ENVIRONMENT THE MANOIR: INTIMATE RENDEZVOUS THE EXHIBITION HALL: FROM TEARS TO LAUGHTER FACTS AND FIGURES A SPECIAL INVITATION THE POWER OF THE CHARLIE CHAPLIN IMAGE CHAPLIN’S IMAGE AND ESSENCE THE LITTLE TRAMP’S IMAGE AND ESSENCE WORLD IMPACT TARGET AUDIENCE PARTNERSHIP AND SPONSORSHIP THE TEAM + 5 + 8 + 14 + 16 + 18 + 20 + 22 + 34 + 53 + 78 + 82 + 84 + 86 + 86 + 88 + 90 + 92 + 94
  • 2. + 3CHAPLIN - The Legend
  • 3. + 4 Chaplin World - The Modern Times Museum Chaplin family at Cinéma Rex, Vevey, Switzerand, 1962
  • 4. + 5CHAPLIN - The Legend A WORD FROM MICHAEL CHAPLIN Our family is very enthusiastic about supporting the creation of the Charlie Chaplin Museum on the grounds of our former family estate situated in Corsier-Sur-Vevey, Switzerland. With its three thousand square metres of substantial and avant-garde exhibits, the museum dedicated to Charlie Chaplin's life and work will stand apart as a new museographic reference showcasing the very latest technological advances in all its various exhibits. Our father knew how to tell stories, knew how to make us laugh and also possessed great humanitarian sensitivity. A museum dedicated to his existence and career is a great honour for him and for all of us, but it is above all a homage to life. We hope he would have been proud to share his former home with the rest of the world, and we are honoured to be a part of this great project. Michael Chaplin President Charlie Chaplin Museum Foundation
  • 5. + 6 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum “A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow, always hopeful of romance and adventure.” Charlie Chaplin
  • 6. + 7MUCH MORE THAN A MUSEUM
  • 7. KNOWN AND BELOVED ON FIVE CONTINENTS + 8 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum An exceptional life Maker of 81 films between 1914 and 1967. Ranked among the most prolific and influential artists of the 20th Century by spectators, critics and entertainers. Born in London, April 16, 1889. 1905: Comedian in vaudeville with the Fred Karno Repertoire Company. 1910-1912: America tour with the Fred Karno troupe. 1914: First Hollywood contract with Mack Sennett and the Keystone Film Company. A star is born. 1915: Chaplin moves on to the Essanay Company. 1916: Chaplin signs with the Mutual Film Corporation to make 12 two-reel comedies. 1918: Chaplin becomes an independent producer. He creates his own Hollywood studios: La Brea. 1918: Greeted as an American hero on Wall Street, where 35,000 people gathered to hear his speech endorsing liberty bonds. 1919: Co-founder of the United Artists film distribution company. 1921: Triumphant arrival in London, where he was inundated with 73,000 letters and telegrams, of which 28,000 were appeals for assistance and help. 1929: First special award (Oscar) from The Academy "for versatility and genius in acting, writing, directing and producing The Circus". 1920-1952: Maker of film classics such as: The Kid (1921), A Woman of Paris (1923), The Gold Rush (1925), The Circus (1928), City Lights (1931), Modern Times (1936), The Great Dictator (1940), Monsieur Verdoux (1947), Limelight (1952). 1952: Elevated by the French government to the rank of Officer of the Legion of Honour. 1952: Swept up in the anti-communist hysteria known as the McCarthy Era, the Immigration and Naturalization Service of United States revokes Chaplin's re-entry permit, exiling Chaplin. He moves to the Manoir de Ban in Corsier-sur-Vevey, Switzerland. 1954: Honoured with the International Peace Prize from the World Peace Council. 1972: Honoured with an Academy Award for his “incalculable effect in making motion pictures the art form of the century”. 1975: Knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1975. Married 4 times and had 11 children, 8 of them with Oona O’Neill, his last wife. Died in the Manoir de Ban on December 25, 1977.
  • 8. + 9CHAPLIN - The Legend
  • 9. + 10 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum A PLANETARY LEGEND SYMBOL OF... The most popular artist of the 20th Century Author, creator, script writer, filmmaker, pantomime performer, musician, producer and artist, Charlie Chaplin ranks among the most prolific and influential witnesses, critics and entertainers of the 20th Century. His exceptional body of work has a universal appeal that continues to be disseminated, interpreted and esteemed in the four corners of the world. Charlie Chaplin is: One of the world’s most renowned figures, the creator of the Little Tramp, whose ability to stir movie fans to laughter and tears was embraced across all continents. A script-writer sensitive to the human condition, whose critical portrayal of the human condition was inspired by the dismay and hopes of noble tramps and ordinary people. A genius of pantomime who knew how to transcribe body language into cinematic messages that gave shape to moving and comical film masterpieces. A talented producer whose contributions of depth and humanity to an emerging film industry would foster its evolution into a major art form of the 20th Century. A great director who strove passionately for perfection, which resulted in his mastery of image and light, toppling technical barriers and broadening the horizons of cinematic art. A world-class hero that succeeding generations on every continent still associate with positive, human values. A citizen of the world!
  • 10. + 11CHAPLIN - The Legend EXCELLENCE
  • 11. + 12 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum A PLANETARY LEGEND SYMBOL OF... Leopold Godowsky Mahatma Gandhi Albert Einstein Sir Winston Churchill Clara Haskil Queen Elizabeth George Bernard Shaw Anna Pavlova
  • 12. + 13CHAPLIN - The Legend PRESTIGE The legend lives on Charlie Chaplin is legendary because of the prestige and audacity of his work on the fringes of tradition: it tempts one to take a step from the beaten path. He is associated with some of the greatest film masterpieces of the 20th Century. Charlie Chaplin revolutionized the 7th Art, bestowing upon movie goers around the world a legacy of prestige, excellence, innovation and distinction. Charlie Chaplin’s work is universal. His main character, the Little Tramp, made the world laugh with his delightful antics. Even today Charlie Chaplin remains delightfully popular. He was a great man among great men whose image has remained intact and ever positive in the eyes and hearts of people of all backgrounds and origins, all over the world.
  • 13. + 14 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum
  • 14. + 15 AT THE HEART OF THE SWISS RIVIERA CHAPLIN MUSEUM - The Project A world class museum among the best of Switzerland Located on the Swiss Riviera on the edge of the Lavaux region, the Chaplin Museum lies in a region recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site for its exceptional and universal value. This geographical location and the proximity of local attractions such as the famous Montreux Jazz Festival, the highly visited Castle of Chillon and the world-renowned Olympic Museum ensure that the Chaplin Museum will rank among prestigious places of interest that generate broad visibility. With Charlie Chaplin’s status as a film legend, the museum is also bound to become a cult venue for movie fans the world over, in keeping with the reputation of its namesake. It is predestined for success consistant with the international reputation of its flag bearer, and will undoubtedly become Switzerland’s most highly publicized cultural and tourist attraction on the international stage.
  • 15. + 16 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum A mythical manor symbol of a legendary story
  • 16. + 17CHAPLIN MUSEUM - The Project An authentic site, a venue of comedic and poignant discoveries The Charlie Chaplin Museum offers the visiting public hours of discovery and emotion spread over fourteen hectares of gardens, pathways, the manor-house and outbuildings transformed into a showcase of animation and exhibits primarily inspired by the works of Charlie Chaplin. The main intention behind the project is to reinvest the Manoir de Ban with the same character and ambience as when it was home to the illustrious artist, and then open its doors to the public. In this way, visitors will gain touching insights into the filmmaker, as well as the worldview that inspired or motivated the scenarios of his greatest masterpieces. The experience offered to the public strives to be remarkable, substantial, spectacular, moving and humorous, with an invitation to tour his private manor house. The outbuildings include exhibits and galleries highlighting Chaplin’s work, as well as multimedia presentations, including an amazing retrospective of his earliest silent movies that conquered the hearts of the entire world. The site concept is creative and innovative, with state-of-the-art technology. It combines the traditional world of cinema with avant-garde scenography, including animated sets, holograms, virtual characters, computer graphics, a 3D environment, light and special effects as well as THX surround sound. The project to establish a major site dedicated to Charlie Chaplin is the culmination of a series of documented and carefully audited studies and enjoys the unanimous support of communal, cantonal and federal government authorities in Switzerland. Above all, the project is backed by the Chaplin family. This is the very first time they have given their support to a project of this scope since the artist’s death in 1977. PROJECT OVERVIEW Hollywood New Exhibition Hall Image studio : Making of space
  • 17. + 18 Chaplin World - The Modern Times Museum A lush garden tapestry
  • 18. CHAPLIN MUSEUM - The Project + 19 Situated at the heart of a 14-hectare domain, the Manoir de Ban offers a breathtaking view of a typical Swiss lake and mountain landscape. Charlie Chaplin settled here with his family because of the luxuriant and unique vistas, beautiful and serene. Ancient trees, orchards, gardens, pathways and the surrounding forest provide a green environment offering visitors a worthwhile and comprehensive visit. A haven of peace… …typically Swiss A carpet of flower beds much loved by the artist APARK TO DREAMABOUT
  • 19. Cutting-edge set design and the latest technological advances With image and motion, the fourteen hectares of the Manoir de Ban become a museum, an interpretation centre, a theme park and a fabulous garden for fans of pictures, films and humanism. The natural beauty and avant-garde staging evoke a century of history that has inspired cinematic marvels seen all over the world. The Charlie Chaplin Museum is full of fun, emotion and originality. Cognizant of the new and colourful language of immigrants and the “now” generation, it boldly projects the summit of new technology, uniting staging, animation, multimedia, 3D and HD images, surround sound, special effects, virtual realism and cinematography. + 20 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum A NEW MUSEOGRAPHIC REFERENCE
  • 20. + 21CHAPLIN MUSEUM - The Project Much more than a museum The Charlie Chaplin Museum is more than a museum, with its Manoir, its grounds graced with ancient trees, its contemporary exhibition hall, its theatre, its outdoor stage for celebrations, special events and festivals dedicated to arts, pedestrian walkways and gardens offering breathtaking views of splendid Swiss mountains and lake scenery. With its majestically spacious grounds, it is particularly suited to hosting special national and international events and celebrations, whether indoors or out. Host of cultural and VIP events In the spirit of Charlie Chaplin’s work, the museum will also be equipped to offer screenings, conferences, workshops and programs related to art and films. Possible events include film and music festivals and award/tribute ceremonies for outstanding contributions to humanitarian, cultural and entertainment causes. The venue will also offer an opportunity for businesses to host high-end corporate events in the VIP section of the Manoir as well as in the fabulous garden surrounding all the land.
  • 21. A BOLD PROJECT IN A GREEN ENVIRONMENT + 22 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum
  • 22. + 23CHAPLIN MUSEUM - The Architecture
  • 23. A DESIGN FOR A MUSEUM OF THE + 24 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum A mixture of tradition and daring The architectural approach suggests the typical Swiss union of tradition and daring. The form, rhythm and texture of materials express modernity respectful of the heritage of the buildings and green space left by the artist and filmmaker. Glass, steel and concrete unite by day in a reflection of the surrounding green space. By night, they light up in a warm and bathing glow to participate in a symphony of light embracing the entire park. The Manoir, so well preserved, is an intimate space allowing the discovery of the ambiance and souvenirs of an artist and his family who entertained many close friends and celebrities from the 20th Century. The well-preserved surroundings of the farm accommodate the ticket office, public services, food centre and gift shop. The wide-open space features a mezzanine offering a breath- taking frontal view of the lake and mountains. The old garage fuses history with the present with its magnificent window design gracing the two adjoining terraces and their glass and aluminum pergolas. A glass passage reminiscent of the former greenhouse leads to the new exhibition hall with more than 2000 square metres of space devoted to the life and cinematographic work of Chaplin the artist and filmmaker. Disarming effects in alignment and pattern add rhythm to a glass, concrete and steel building that in spite of its huge size, never seems to overshadow the surrounding, green environment. The overall perspective of the architecture intermingled with the fabulous garden offers a particularly warm and spectacular visual dynamic at twilight or at night. The transparency of the garage and its openings, the unifying glass wall of the multimedia theatre, the reflective surfaces of textured steel and concrete, and disarming effects in alignment and pattern of the imposing structure provide great depth and feel to a lighting concept as architectural as it is panoramic. On festive nights, the building stands in the soft shadows of a fabulous garden bathing in a symphony of light. A civil engineering challenge at the centre of a splendid garden The new building housing the future Charlie Chaplin Museum is cube-shaped and 55 metres long by 17 metres wide. The structure consists of a basement and ground floor offering 2000 square metres of exhibition space built along the existing garage. The building is characterized by disarming structural effects in the architectural concept, long spans created by vast spaces adapted to museography, visible reinforced concrete facades and the integration of an existing building. These specificities represented a civil engineering feat in the context of an architectural intervention seeking harmonious integration with existing buildings and the remarkable grounds and surrounding vegetation.
  • 24. + 25CHAPLIN MUSEUM - The Architecture TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
  • 25. + 26 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum A unique cultural concept, a line-up of activities and festivals The Charlie Chaplin Museum is an upscale des- tination for those seeking a profound experience of discernment and variety, housed within: The Manor-house, beckoning visitors to enter the very private world of Chaplin the man. The outbuildings converted into exhibit halls dedicated to the humorous and moving works of the artist and filmmaker and to the heyday of silent movies. The Charlie Chaplin theater highlighting a permanent HD/3D multimedia show and special VIP and cultural events. An outdoor stage providing the setting for an annual line-up of pantomime and cinematic activities and festivals. A shopping area where visitors can obtain exquisite souvenirs related to the artist and his adopted domicile. Dining areas and vantage points nestled among the luxuriant garden-park and pathways that offer unparalleled views of the Swiss landscape. A prestigious VIP room for gatherings, celebrations and receptions targeting business world and international organizations. A LAND OF DISCOVERIES AND EXPERIENCES
  • 26. + 27CHAPLIN MUSEUM - The Architecture
  • 27. + 28 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum At the Manoir de Ban, built patrimony and plant heritage provide a remarkable ensemble perfectly showcasing and preserving garden art from the mid 19th Century. The landscape design developed for the Charlie Chaplin Museum had two main goals: to highlight the original composition and progressively renew the dendrology heritage though a process of restoration of the park, and to integrate new, exterior additions (access and parking areas) to the museological concept and to the exceptional green layout of the site itself. To achieve this, the architectural team viewed the sight as Charlie Chaplin would have viewed it. The team preserved the integrity of the park that had so attracted the artist and filmmaker in the first place, locating parking areas below and on the fringes of the great lawn where he had built the tennis court, pool, pool house and other small amenities. In line with the principle of landscaped parking, areas for cars are spread out and highly vegetated. These are the contemporary compo- nents of the park: a path along which the visitor, once he has left his automobile, finds himself in the world of Charlie Chaplin, following the winding pathway with its ever changing views of the manor, bushes and plantings dear to the artist’s heart, including the species of bamboo used to make his famous cane. THE INTEGRAL PRESERVATION OF A FABULOUS PARK
  • 28. + 29 ENGINEERING + LANDSCAPING CHAPLIN MUSEUM - The Architecture Geothermy and solar energy The Charlie Chaplin Museum is designed with green concerns and visitor comfort in mind. The green engineering of the project is based on the maximization of natural, endogenous resources such as the production of energy using heat pumps associated with geothermal pipes and those of solar resources in the production of sanitary hot water. Visitor comfort is ensured by high-performance air-exchange and energy recovery systems. Thermal envelopes have been studied to minimize loss and favour solar input. Historic considerations regarding the envelope were also taken into account in the preservation of the unique character of the Manoir de Ban, while improving its energy performance. The new part of the museum meets low energy consumption building standards such as Minergie® . Technical facilities, also green and energy compliant, are integrated symbiotically into the exceptional architecture and natural surroundings of the site.
  • 29. + 30 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum “Let us strive for the impossible. The great achievements throughout history have been the conquest of what seemed the impossible.” Charlie Chaplin
  • 30. + 31MUCH MORE THAN A MUSEUM
  • 31. + 32 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum
  • 32. + 33 THE MANOIR THE MANOIR - Intimate Rendezvous
  • 33. + 34 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum Family Life A piano and oversized framed photos. Over a background of Chaplin’s music, recall through images and objects minor and major events of a family manor no different from many others. Mirrors reflect phantom images of a host who never stopped making us laugh. INTIMATE RENDEZVOUS Myth meets reality Time to relax Time to write Family dining area Music ever present in the Manoir The much used desk
  • 34. + 35THE MANOIR - Intimate Rendezvous Dining with the Stars Images of the Chaplin family seating around a table with Charlie, an artist who wanted the simple life at Manoir de Ban. Fleeting reminiscences of notable guests who shared this man’s passion, creation and world vision.
  • 35. + 36 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum In the heart of Charlie Chaplinʼs manor-house An authentic site unlike any other, offering a private encounter with this resident of Switzerland, seen as a child, husband, father and grandfather, in the heart of his manor-house and adopted estate.
  • 36. + 37 INTIMATE RENDEZVOUS THE MANOIR - Intimate Rendezvous Words that Inspire…Words that Remain Words, poetry, artistic works that inspired the master filmmaker leap from the thousands of books and manuscripts on the shelves. Here are excerpts from “My Autobiography.” Charlie reveals his life story. Press clippings, headlines… some glorious, some damning. The front pages of newspapers from the five continents reveal the universal dimension of a man revered by many, feared by others.
  • 37. + 38 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum
  • 38. + 39 From London to Corsier-sur-Vevey A spiral ascension leading to the intimate space of the final curtain for a man who lived life to the full. A multimedia mural projects the astounding synthesis of an uncommon life: from the East Lane Orphanage to the vast complex of major Hollywood studios, to the life of a world-renowned star. But this man chose to live a simple life in Switzerland, far from the crowds. A LIFE IN FILM THE MANOIR - Intimate Rendezvous
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  • 40. + 41 FAMILY ALBUM THE MANOIR - Intimate Rendezvous Rooms with a View Friends’ rooms and reminiscences of celebrities who lavished him with friendship. Private terraces overlooking the peaceful landscape of life’s end. A Mirror of Light and Shadow Various items of clothing and accoutrements belonging to Charlie and The Little Tramp. Unique and symbolic articles dear to Charlie’s heart. Mirrors and reflections of Chaplin’s truly Swiss life. The Death of Calvero Charlie’s bedroom... his final hours, with Oona always at his side. A synthesis of a life over a background of Chaplin’s music projected onto Calvero’s white sheet, from the autobiographical film “Limelight” showing the death of an artist in a setting where myth joins reality. Souvenir Photos Oona’s salon, where thousands of previously unpublished family photos reveal to the public intimate aspects of the lives of a man, his wife and his family.
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  • 42. THE MANOIR - Intimate Rendezvous + 43 FAMILY ALBUM Charlie and Oona His favorite seat in the living room Children’s souls forever Charlie in the Orchard Citizen of Corsier-sur-Vevey
  • 43. + 44 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum The attic of a never-forgotten childhood
  • 44. + 45 REMINISCENCES OF EAST LANE THE MANOIR - Intimate Rendezvous Travel through times Doors open to another world, another time: hazy gaslight, reminiscent of the cobblestone streets of Charlie’s youth. The allegory of the little black sheep fighting to avoid the slaughterhouse. Sounds, odours, auras and eternal reminiscences tugging at our heartstrings: tiny cork boats, barrel organs, Salvation Army songs, five-shilling pantomimes, accursed bars of orphanage and prison windows, a waddling pauper scorned by the crowd. Londoner vaults, a Swiss manorHis life unfolds, from his childhood days in London to the everyday life of a Corsier-sur-Vevey resident
  • 45. AGREAT VOYAGE AT SEA + 46 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum The arrival in the New World A ship tossing in the waves under the stars, sprinkles of dream-like images on the horizon beyond the portholes revealing a burst of colour in the neon glow of a new idealized world: “Hang on, America! I Will Conquer You!” From London to Hollywood
  • 46. + 47THE MANOIR - Intimate Rendezvous SOUNDS OF NICKELODEON The arrival in Hollywood The white cloth screen Keystone Studio A tour of wide open Hollywood sets. Meeting Mack Sennett. A star is born. An icon seduces the public all over the world. The white cloth screen The shadow of the Statue of Liberty. The blinding neon glow. The smoke-filled theatres: images leap from the white sheet. The crazy rhythm of the pianola. The noisy racket of the hand-operated projector. Laughter in the air!
  • 47. + 48 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum “Humor is the ability to discern in a kindly way the folly in what is considered normal, sublime behavior, and to discern the discrepancy in what appears as a truth. “ Charlie Chaplin
  • 48. + 49MUCH MORE THAN A MUSEUM
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  • 50. + 51 EXHIBITION HALL EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter
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  • 52. + 53 FROM TEARS TO LAUGHTER EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter Multimedia, multisensory and virtual show of a lifetime Experience the Hollywood universe of a burlesque entertainer who revolutionized the world of cinema and conquered the world, his only weapons being laughter and compassion as personified by a legendary Little Tramp. Enter a theatre featuring a symbiosis of the worlds of pantomime, commedia dell’arte, cinema and multimedia. “From tears to laughter” makes use of the best of the new multimedia technology, offering a breathtaking synthesis of Charlie Chaplin’s many films: HD and 3-D visuals, animation, virtual environments, holograms and ghostly visions, special effects and THX surround sound. A unique presentation that leads to the exhibition hall where set designs, auras and dreams of Charlie Chaplin’s Hollywood experience as The Little Tramp are evoked magnificently.
  • 53. + 54 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum EASY STREET
  • 54. + 55EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter The daily universe of the Little Tramp Go beyond the screen to enter the immense black and white world of Charlie Chaplin. A street lined with interactive windows and shops with thousands of objects and memorabilia of the world-renowned, iconic Little Tramp.
  • 55. + 56 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum Amazing vestiges of silent movies A colourful archaeological site revealing vestiges of silent films where gestures ruled.
  • 56. + 57EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter Corps de Ballet An area with a labyrinth of two-way mirrors, reflecting the art of the pantomime to which Chaplin owes his career. The birth of The Little Tramp in a phantasmagoric world blending cinema with Commedia dell’arte. Pierrot the clown meets the puppet who gave birth to the Little Tramp in the Felliniesque atmosphere of dreamlike dimensions with the hustle-bustle of carousels, puppets and costumes under the blare of carnival music and the sound of the barrel organ so reminiscent of Charlie’s childhood in East Lane London. David and Goliath The allegory of the little black sheep among the virtual presentations of a noble vagabond confronting world forces in order to avoid them or, better still, reinvent them, armed with nothing but a simple cane, a hat and a great deal of irreverence. THE LITTLE TRAMP EXPERIENCE
  • 57. + 58 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum Unforgettable images The dizzying mezzanine is like an open air observation post. The panoramic screen and surround sound reveal a succession of the most typical images of Chaplin’s output. A picture viewing to boggle the mind! THE ROOF
  • 58. + 59 The Great Beauty of Silence The film “The Circus” features the most illustrious and funniest tightrope walkers of the entire Golden Age of cinema. Within the “A Thousand Film Images” area, there are virtual meetings between Chaplin and the greatest artists of the time, such as Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, Laurel & Hardy, the Marx Brothers and many others in a ballet of “pie-in-the-face” antics and frantic chases over a background of Chaplin’s evocative music. THE CIRCUS EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter
  • 59. THE STUDIO + 60 Chaplin World - The Modern Times Museum
  • 60. + 61EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter The “making of” space and its wide-open decor From the “Modern Times” escalator to the Hollywood sets hiding long-kept secrets: the huge rotating gears of “Modern Times,” the pitching house, the feeding machine: recurring symbolic objects mirror the extraordinary talents and genius of Chaplin. The “making of” space where Charlie Chaplin tells about how he imagined and produced his movies.
  • 61. + 62 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum “Machinery that gives us abundance has left us in want. Our knowledge has made us cynical, our cleverness hard and unkind. We think too much and feel too little. More than machinery, we need humanity. More than cleverness, we need kindness and gentleness. Without these qualities, life will be violent, and all will be lost.” Charlie Chaplin
  • 62. + 63MUCH MORE THAN A MUSEUM “Let us fight for a new world, a decent world!” Charlie Chaplin
  • 63. + 64 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum Window shopping to dream about Window of flowers, romantic yet inaccessible. Window displaying the Little Tramp’s ever-changing props, icons of subterfuge and irreverence. Window of objects used for everything but their intended purpose: a world of Chinese shadows, interactive panels and cinematic sculptures in perpetual motion.
  • 64. + 65 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter
  • 65. HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD + 66 Shops with unforgettable scenes The cutting room, never revealed on the big screen. The barbershop of mirrors and whispers of a world where fear is conquered by courage. The treasure trove, fabulous in its rich humanism that conquered the world through a penniless tramp. Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum Barber Shop : The Great Dictator The Tramp in thousands of impossible situations Hundreds of kilometers of films to discover
  • 66. + 67EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter
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  • 68. EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter The mythical Chaplin Studio of Hollywood Preserved under glass, the mythical Chaplin studio is reborn in miniature. La Brea, modeled to scale, becomes a theatre where people can share in filming, editing and projecting a scene from “The Kid,” evoking the eternal child inherent in the artist and filmmaker. + 69 LA BREA
  • 69. DREAMS + 70 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum The Little Trampʼs Dream World The dormitory set from “The Kid” is a dream world, with its bunks, chairs and stools. The “Dreams” area draws attention to a celestial screen placed in front of floating objects, creating a ballet of phantasmagoric images evoking the Little Tramp’s dream world, created by Charlie, forever the humanist.
  • 70. + 71 THE FINAL STAGE EXHIBITION HALL - From tears to laughter The adrenalin of opening night Experience the excitement of an opening night. Feel the adrenalin of the anxious but exalted artist facing an audience and their inevitable reaction. The filmmaker and the man, confounded, reveal a state of mind that always returns on the eve of an opening night. Visitors enter the artist’s world minutes before curtain time, placed, for one magic moment, “at the centre of the universe.” Through holography and a virtual environment, they relive the roar of the crowd in a packed theatre of a thousand faces who have shaped the greatest and most dramatic moments of Charlie’s career.
  • 71. + 72 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum “Beauty is the object or the consciousness which amplifies the feeling of universality in man. If you’re really truthful with yourself, it’s a wonderful guidance.” Charlie Chaplin
  • 72. + 73MUCH MORE THAN A MUSEUM
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  • 74. + 75CHAPLIN MUSEUM - Public open spaces PRESTIGE AND CELEBRITY Art and prestige area to celebrate excellence. The 300-square metre attic of the mythical manor house extends over two levels to become an art gallery accessible to museum visitors and VIP space for business meetings, receptions, tributes, launchings and prestigious celebrations.
  • 75. + 76 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum The Charlot Boutique Thousands of objects and memorabilia with a view of the terraces overlooking typical Swiss lakes and mountains. Gold Rush Café Time to pause for a theme cup of coffee, inspired by the unforgettable images of a funny but romantic Charlie. The London Bar From the office and terrace of the Manoir, so dear to their illustrious host, enjoy a refreshing break with a breathtaking view of the Swiss Riviera. The Piazza Time to drop by the main piazza, flanking the welcome centre with access to the new exhibition hall and the Charlot Boutique.
  • 76. + 77CHAPLIN MUSEUM - Public open spaces THE CHARLOT BOUTIQUE & CAFÉ
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  • 78. + 79 FACTS & FIGURES CHAPLIN MUSEUM - Facts & Figures The Charlie Chaplin Museum The project in real numbers Property, total surface area and volume Gardens Private forest Manoir de Ban Barn (ticketing, boutique and other services) Garage (Welcome Foyer building) New Exhibition Hall Parkings Exclusive exhibits (all exhibits included) Number of Museum visitors expected Number of visitors for special events Distance from Geneva airport 132’858 m2 48,703 m2 70’483 m2 1572 m2 / 6815 m3 904m2 / 3’336 m3 169 m2 / 920 m3 1’937 m2 / 14’641 m3 237 cars 3,000 m2 300,000 per year 100,000 per year 60 minutes
  • 79. + 80 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum “Humor is the sublime wisdom of pity and tolerance in which man recognizes the utter futility of his own enterprise and importance.” Charles Chaplin
  • 80. + 81MUCH MORE THAN A MUSEUM
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  • 82. + 83 A SPECIAL INVITATION SPONSORSHIP & PARTNERSHIP - A Special Invitation Looking for unique partners You have received this document because the Charlie Chaplin Museum Foundation believes you or members of your organization continue to enrich Charlie Chaplin’s accomplishments in a special way. The prominence of your activities and their international visibility is paramount to the image and quality of this endeavour. Charlie Chaplin is the most acknowledged and loved 20th Century icon and filmmaker in the world. His joyful, genuine persona and the aura that his work exudes have remained intact in the eyes and hearts of people on all five continents. His image continues to radiate as vividly as ever throughout the world, in all its diversity, offering outstanding possibilities for a broad range of potential sponsors. Therefore, we are sending you an exclusive overview of the main aspects of this project in the hope that it will inspire you and spontaneously lead to a unique partnership with the Charlie Chaplin Museum Foundation.
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  • 84. + 85 THE POWER OF CHARLIE CHAPLIN SPONSORSHIP & PARTNERSHIP - A Special Invitation A business opportunity that transcends boundaries, spanning five continents The Charlie Chaplin Museum opens up unimagined vistas spanning five continents. The positive perception of the artist among people of all origins, the excellence and prestige associated with his work, the intactness of his image and the humanism for which he is recognized worldwide provide the foundation for an image and business opportunity that are not only exceptional, but unique. Chaplin’s message transcends cultures and continents to offer a wordless common denominator of emotion. His image conveys a variety of characteristics suiting many different kinds of expressions and representations.
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  • 86. + 87 CHAPLIN’S IMAGE & ESSENCE SPONSORSHIP & PARTNERSHIP - A Special Invitation The Charlie Chaplin Image & Essence Charlie Chaplinʼs work is universal Chaplin created a work of art with human themes that touch each and every one of us all over the planet. In his silent movies, Chaplin’s message transcends cultures and continents to offer a wordless common denominator of emotion. People everywhere can recognize themselves in the world and characters he created. In that sense, Charlie Chaplin is a citizen of the world. Charlie Chaplin as a humanist He is an icon who personifies the hope for a better world and symbolizes ordinary people aspiring to a better life. His solidarity and goodness feed our continuous quest for happiness. Charlie Chaplin as avant-garde He symbolizes innovation, audacity and difference, someone who stands out from the crowd. He dared to go against the flow and succeeded. Charlie Chaplin and the Little Tramp are both winners Charlie Chaplin became the most well known and beloved artist of the 20th Century and the Little Tramp is still the ideal image of the triumph of good over evil. The ending is always a victory, whether for Charlie Chaplin or The Little Tramp. The Little Trampʼs Image & Essence The Little Tramp is funny The Tramp finds himself in funny situations that always make people laugh. He laughs at human absurdity and uses humour to overcome it. Chaplin used to say, “We must laugh in the face of our helplessness” and he inspired this with a palette of universal emotions to create works that blend both laughter and tears. The Little Tramp is rebellious The Tramp has rebellious attributes: he embodies the alternative, thinks and lives outside the box and is a dignified outsider who creates happy endings. The Little Tramp is romantic The Tramp is a kind seducer who wears his heart on his sleeve. Women love to be in his presence. He gives them laughs, tenderness and roses. The Little Tramp is noble Beneath his sloppy outfit hides someone who cares about acting with dignity. His bowler hat, cane, frock and unique original style reflect a noble and distinctive character.
  • 87. + 88 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum
  • 88. + 89 WORLD IMPACT SPONSORSHIP & PARTNERSHIP - A Special Invitation World impact, visibility and benefits for sponsors and partners Chaplin remains a magical name for the media and people on every continent regard him as a pioneer in the movie world and the 20th Century’s most beloved artist, able to speak to all segments of the population. The Charlie Chaplin Museum dedicated to his life and work is doubly stamped with eminence: that of Charlie Chaplin himself and that of his family, who support the project with enthusiasm. The exceptional star quality of the man who inhabited a manor that has taken on storybook qualities will result in exponential media visibility in Switzerland and around the world. There is no doubt that the Charlie Chaplin Heritage Site will surely become Switzerland’s most publicized cultural and tourist site on the international scene. A museum of this importance deserves world-class commercial strategy and high-end public relations. Red carpet events with stars and celebrities. World press events in cities such as London, New York, Tokyo, New Delhi, Shanghai and Hollywood to generate exponential visibility around the world. A Chaplin Award recognizing efforts to better the world, presented to international personalities generating wide press coverage. The Web becoming a central promotional tool used to allow the museum to reach out to millions of potential viewers and visitors through the Museum website, blogs, world fan clubs with promotions all-year long, online merchandising and online networks. Market research shows that the potential market for the Museum itself is around 40 million people per year through on-site visibility, press, Web, media, tour operators, direct marketing, tourist and cultural partners, special events, familiarization tours, newsletters and brochures.
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  • 90. + 91 TARGET AUDIENCE SPONSORSHIP & PARTNERSHIP - A Special Invitation Millions of Charlie Chaplin aficionados and movie fans The Charlie Chaplin Museum site will attract more than 300 000 visitors each year, museum events and festivals not included. These visitors are part of a potential annual market of 40 million consumers to be targeted in our communications. Marketing strategies will differentiate the various local, national and international market segments, which will all be culture, entertainment, tourism and business related. Targets include tour operators, press, radio, television, electronic media, specialized press, trade shows in Europe, Asia and North America, packages with cultural institutions and tourist industries, mass media, newsletters, school groups, business networks, public relations, international relations, Charlie Chaplin fan clubs and movie fans around the world. In the virtual world, the Museum is positioning itself strongly on the Web to reach out to millions of Charlie Chaplin aficionados and movie fans.
  • 91. + 92 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum Partnership and Sponsoring Levels The project developers have all the necessary agreements in hand to begin site development: access to the site, development plan, access to family assets, right to use the Chaplin image for the museum purposes and long-term museum operation rights. The Charlie Chaplin Museum is offering opportunities for a rare undertaking to select corporations, institutions and individuals who wish to support a unique project and to achieve worldwide visibility that conveys a strong and positive image. Corporate Sponsoring It is paramount for the Charlie Chaplin Museum Foundation to create certain exclusive partnerships with very select corporations whose mission and/or goal is in line with Chaplin’s life and work. These partnerships will take the form of several opportunities offering the greatest exponential outreach. Depending on the level of sponsoring, visibility includes: presence on all forms of promotional material, on-site guides, museum information, special events and festival brochures, signage on the site, Web presence, public relations and publicity, VIP events, museum facades, priority access to the Manoir VIP lounge, premieres, receptions, conferences, openings, etc.
  • 92. + 93SPONSORSHIP & PARTNERSHIP - A Special Invitation Individual Contributions Individual contributions are mainly for individuals who wish to contribute on a personal level to the Charlie Chaplin Museum Foundation’s achieve- ments. Donations could, for instance, be used for specific museography and cinematographic content on request in a field that could be of special interest to the donor. Donors’ names will be mentioned on the Museum documentation for visitors and their names engraved on a bronze plaque in the welcome centre and displayed on the Chaplin Walk of Fame located alongside the exhibition building. Foundation Contributions and Donations The Charlie Chaplin Museum invites foundations with a humanistic and cultural mission to be part of the project. Donations can also create partnerships that promote the contributing foundation’s goals through use of the Chaplin image. The nature of the visibility offered will be subject to discussion based on the contributing foundation’s policy. When defining a sponsorship strategy, the Charlie Chaplin Museum will take into account the contributing foundation’s particular characteristics, needs and values. SPONSORING
  • 93. + 94 Chaplin’s World - The Modern Times Museum Restrictions and Rights The presentation of the proposed project in the present document falls within the framework of the creation of the Charlie Chaplin Museum, in Corsier-sur-Vevey (Switzerland), a museum concept created and developed by Philippe Meylan and Yves Durand. The reproduction of pictures, illustrations, drawings or other visuals of Chaplin or originating from Chaplin movies is subject to licence. Charles/Charlie Chaplin and the Little Tramp figure are trademarks and/or service marks of Bubbles Incorporated S.A. and/or Roy Export S.A.S., used with permission. Photographs from Chaplin films made from 1918 onwards: Copyright (c) Roy Export S.A.S. All Rights Reserved. Other Chaplin images from the archives of Roy Export Company Establishment unless otherwise credited. Special thanks to the following photographers for their kind cooperation: Yves Debraine for pictures of the Chaplin family in Corsier-sur- Vevey / MPTV Images for John Engstead picture of Chaplin family in Beverly Hills / Carol Homolka for Florence Homolka pictures / Joanna Steichen for Edward Steichen picture / Montreux-Vevey Tourisme and Samuel Bitton. Chaplin Museum Development SA Ave de Traménaz 29, 1814 La Tour-de-Peilz, Switzerland Phone: ++ 41 (0)21 977 22 22 / Fax: ++ 41 (0)21 977 22 25 direction@chaplinmuseum.com www.chaplinmuseum.com No reproduction is authorized without the explicit consent of the authors. Switzerland, 2009. Printing: Glassonprint (Switzerland) Graphic design: INPHO (Canada)
  • 94. Project developers and authors©: Owners of the Manoir: Architect: Architectural Design & Interior Design: Civil Engineer: Mechanical & Electrical Engineer: Traffic Engineer: Landscaper: Scenic Arts: Scenic Illustration: Virtual and 3D Illustrations: Multimedia and Technology: The development of a museum project dedicated to Charlie Chaplin and his work was made possible through the collaboration of The Association Chaplin and The Charlie Chaplin Museum Foundation, and through the tangible commitment of the Swiss Riviera Communes, mainly those of Corsier-sur- Vevey, Corseaux, Chardonne and Jongny, as well as Vevey, Montreux, La Tour-de-Peilz, St-Legier, Blonay and Veytaux, with the support of the Promove (Economic Development Montreux-Vevey Region). + 95 THE TEAM SPONSORSHIP & PARTNERSHIP - A Special Invitation Philippe Meylan, architect (Switzerland) and Yves Durand museographer (Canada), acting for Chaplin Museum Development SA (Switzerland) Domaine du Manoir de Ban SA Eric Lux and Gérard Lopez, Luxembourg Itten+Brechbühl SA (Switzerland) Jean-Maxime Labrecque, INPHO (Canada) Tappy Bornand Michaud SA (Switzerland) Amstein + Walther SA (Switzerland) Team + (Switzerland) In Situ SA (Switzerland) Confino sarl, museum & exhibition design (France) Les Crayons, sarl (France) Bissonnette Communications Impact Inc. (Canada) Aurora (China) / Clenche Inc. (Canada) Bluegreen Digital SA (Switzerland) Thierry Renard, Inytium SA (Belgium) Yves Durand, museographer and Philippe Meylan, architect Chaplin Museum Development SA Partner of Chaplin’s World
  • 95. “I am what I am: an individual, unique and different… a history of dreams, desires and of special experiences.” Charlie Chaplin

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