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Cinémathèque Française 51 Rue de Bercy
French non-profit film organization

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Cinemas in Paris

Le Champo – Espace Jacques-Tati 51 Rue des Écoles
arthouse cinema in the Latin Quarter of Paris.
It is notable for being a favorite haunt of important figures in French cinema history

Pathé Wepler 8 Avenue de Clichy
Lovely cinema nice and big and clean
The 5 Best Cinemas in Montmartre

Max Linder Panorama 24 Boulevard Poissonnière
“one of the most beautiful Parisian movie theatres”

Studio des Ursulines 10 Rue des Ursulines
one of the oldest cinemas in Paris to have kept its facade and founder’s vision: to offer a venue for art and experimental cinema

Grand Rex 1 Boulevard Poissonnière
the largest cinema theatre in Europe

Cinéma du Panthéon 13 Rue Victor Cousin
It has been in uninterrupted operation for over 100 years

L’Arlequin 76 Rue de Rennes
spacious modernist main theatre and its former role as a showcase of Soviet film

Le Balzac Le Balzac
art deco main auditorium, and is known for its independent arthouse programming

Theater Descriptions (Wikipedia)

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