Tucked in a small street of Montmartre, this 170-seat art house cinema is a pocket of French history. First opened in 1928, it has had a long history upheld by key figures of French film like director Jean Cocteau. As well as screening classic and independent films such as Luis Buñuel’s banned 1930 Golden Age and Charlie Chaplin’s first films, there is also a charming tea room with a small outdoor area. A cornerstone of the neighbourhood, Studio 28 even featured in Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s hit film Amelie.
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