Generally speaking, framing a movie poster is the most popular way to highlight it. You can buy your frames in DIY and decoration stores at attractive prices, or have your poster framed by a professional framer. The latter solution is more expensive but it allows a custom framing of the movie poster, with better quality materials, and it also offers more choices for the color and style of the frame. Note also that there is no large format frames on the market (eg 120x160 cm); So to frame large posters, either you are a handyman and you make the frame yourself, or you call on a framer who will make a custom frame, or you choose another system than the frame to hang your poster (see below).
Important tip: always wait until you have your poster in hand before buying your frame! Indeed the formats indicated are always approximate! For example, we are talking about large French movie posters 120x160cm, but it is in fact a family of posters! That is, there can be a few centimeters of difference from one film to another depending on the choices of the printer and the upstream film distributor.
To hang your poster inexpensively, you can also use pins at the corners, but be aware that this technique is not recommended by the most meticulous collectors because it causes holes in the poster, and posters pinned in places subject to drafts may tear, especially in large formats.
Another fairly common and inexpensive hanging system, which has the advantage of not altering the poster: drawing clips because they have a hole for hanging the clip on a nail. In recent years there has also been an inexpensive system of “Poster snaps” which are sticks that can be clipped onto the top and bottom of the poster, which can then be hung on a nail. On the other hand, tape and sticky fixing pastes are to be avoided, the tape being permanent, and the fixing paste often leaving indelible greasy stains on the paper!