14 Jan '18, 11pm
From The Da Vinci Code to Midnight in #Paris: The film lover's guide to the City of Lights
Since its opening in 1928, this arthouse cinema of the village of Montmartre has endeavoured to discover young filmmakers and to offer quality films, from Buñuel's banned L'Âge d'Or to the Marx Brothers' comedies, from 'intimist' treasures to the latest classics. Although Studio 28 is the oldest cinema still operating in Paris, it has kept up with the times, equipping itself with a digital Sony 4K projection room, Dolby Digital 5.1 and 7.1 Surround Sound and air conditioning, while retaining its old-world charm with chandeliers designed by its patron Jean Cocteau. The red carpet painted onto the steps provides a touch of elegance, while on the foyer walls you can admire casts of the footprints of such legendary actors as Jeanne Moreau and Jean Marais before heading into a long corridor that offers a new exhibition every month. Finally, everything is designed to satisfy the...