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Cinéma Studio 28
Located on the Butte Montmartre, Studio 28 is a unique cinema on account of its colorful history. Inaugurated in 1928, it was the first avant-garde cinema hall in France, and soon became a truly independent cinema, dedicated to research and to the discovery of cinematic works of art, such as Luis Buñuel and the classic American comedies. It is also a lively meeting place, with painting and photo exhibitions and Jazz concerts. Jean Cocteau, who participated in the decoration of the cinema hall, and Abel Garce became its patrons in 1950. In 1959, Studio 28 introduced the first loyalty card system in France. While managing to retain its unique character, the hall has benefited from various modernizations over time, for example, a large screen, Dolby stereo, air-conditioning and, more recently, a star-studded ceiling and digital sound. What makes this cinema special today is its friendly atmosphere, ambiance, decoration and warm reception, its exhibitions, its bar with delicious confectionery and, above all, its charming and unique indoor garden decorated with a fresco dedicated to the art of cinematography. Studio 28 has the “Art et Essai” (art-house) label, and screens independent films, but it is also a delightful local cinema.
10, rue Tholozé, Paris, 18th arrondissement.
Metro : Blanche (line 2) or Abbesses (line 12).
Tel : +33 (0)1 46063607.             Website : www.cinemastudio28.com
Cinéma Studio 28
Cinéma Studio 28
Cinéma Studio 28