Two fan sites have recently posted photos from the various sets of Steven Spielberg's next, Munich, now filming in Paris.

From DreamWorks Fansite:

"The filming took place yesterday morning at Place Saint Médard. The scooper tells us that Eric Bana, and french actors Mathieu Kassovitz, Mathieu Amalric and Michael Lonsdale were present. Spielberg was also visited by Roman Polanski and french director Alain Resnais."

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From Latino Review:

I'm French so excuse me for my poor English. I heard about the shooting in Paris this week of Steven's new drama, Munich. I found out where they were filming yesterday and spend all day following the shoot, which took place in the morning at Place Saint Médard (near Rue Mouffetard where some scene from Jeunet's Amelie were shot). Eric Bana, and French actors Mathieu Kassovitz, Mathieu Amalric and Michael Lonsdale were there.

Roman Polanski and french director Alain Resnais visited Steven Spielberg on the set. It was a scene in a café called La Cave Bourgogne. All Place was decorated in the 70's style with lots of old french cars (Peugeot, Citroen) and there were extras dressed 70's too. On the afternoon around 2.30 pm they were near Notre Dame at Quai de la tournelle (where one scene of Woody Allen's "Everyone Says I Love You" was shot). They put a fake phone booth and the scene was involving actor Eric Bana (and extras on bikes).

There was a high security but i managed to take some videos with my camera and I'm sending you these screen captures. This is only the afternoon shoot but i can also send you the morning shoot. On this one, you can clearly see Eric, Steven and Kathleen Kennedy (eating a sandwich!).

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Brian B.