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Le Cinema Du Pantheon is the place to be for movie buffs while in Paris. One of the oldest and most popular movie theaters in the city, this theater is visited by people in large numbers for watching mainstream, as well as, indie movies. Le Cinema Du Pantheon is also home to a cafe that host events and offer snacks and beverages.
At the Champo, no new films are shown - only one of Paris richest programs of great films of the past. This very studenty cinema in the St-Michel district features numerous retrospectives, with as many as three coexisting at a given time, each devoted to a different director. Come discover great films of the distant and recent past.
Still extremely well preserved thanks to numerous renovations, the Grand Rex (1936) is the last of the grand old movie houses in Paris. Étoiles du Rex (Stars of the Rex) guided tours are a must for all cinephiles. A definite must-visit theater. The theater is designed with art deco style of architecture with intricate detailing, leaving every visitor in awe. It is well-equipped with light and acoustic facilities making sure each show hosted here is a phenomenal one.
Combining charm with the modern technology necessary for an optimum movie theater experience, Studio 28 shows about ten films each week. Its history stretches back to 1928, when the independent movie theater and meeting place for the avant garde and artistic scene first opened its doors. The theater seats up to 170 patrons who will enjoy art exhibits in the lobby and delicious snacks, desserts, and drinks in the bar area before or after their chosen film. Selections range through international and major motion picture choices, with both matinees for kids and evening showings scheduled.
Saint-Andre-des-Arts has a few screens for your viewing pleasure. The building has a rustic old world charm to it. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please phone.