If you want to discover beautiful movie theaters with very competitive ticket prices, don’t hesitate to go to the cinema Le Méliès. Located in Montreuil, in the close suburbs of Paris, you can access it via the “Mairie de Montreuil” metro station.
Inaugurated in 2015, it is a real pride of Montreuil by being the largest Art et Essai public cinema in Europe to this day. It is a warm place where you can have a drink and lunch before enjoying one of its six beautiful rooms. With its rich program, events and numerous meetings with actors and directors, it is the place to be for film lovers and it has become the first cinema whose program I watch to attend their more and more prestigious meetings.
Bernard Ropa’s elegant architecture pays tribute to the pioneer of fiction and special effects, Georges Méliès. Indeed, he chose to adopt the structure of his film studio built in the city in 1897 – the first in the world! And for me, the icing on the cinematographic cake is this magnificent inflatable moon signed by Hanz Walter Müller that immediately plunges you into the universe of the magician from Montreuil whose most famous film remains “Trip to the moon”, released in 1902.