Movie-going away from home is always much more memorable; even a casual evening out to watch a film can be a novel experience because of the subtle differences in cinema culture. Follow Paris cinephiles and discover festivals, art house and cult theaters where locals go to enjoy old and new movies in their original language. Shh, the lights are going out!
Jardin de la Folie (Titon) – Joy and wellbeing
“Jardin de la Folie (Titon)” is a lawned garden just around the corner from my place in Paris. It’s pretty & useful space that inspires joy & wellbeing.
Full Article by Paul Wright
La Cinémathèque Française – A film-lover’s paradise
“La Cinémathèque Française” Paris: the national French film archive. Take a look at the program and you’ll see that there’s always something good going on.
Full Article by Yuko Ogino
Le Balzac – Rebel with a cause by Champs Elysées
“Le Balzac” Paris is one of the last remaining independent cinemas on the city’s right bank. The art deco interiors are worth a visit in themselves…
Full Article by Adam Roberts
Le Louxor – A historic cinema and a bar
“Le Louxor” Paris is a famous Art Déco building (with so-called neo-Egyptian variations) which hosted a cinema since the 1920s. I love it!
Full Article by Fred Moussaïan
Le Lucernaire – Classic rive gauche happiness
“Le Lucernaire” is one the Paris spots I feel is the most typical “Parisian”. It’s a café/restaurant/theater/cinema & with reasonably priced wine!
Full Article by Julia Fortuin