Just off bustling unpolished Place de Clichy, the cinema started out as a cabaret that inspired Edward Manet’s 1879 painting Chez Le Père Lathuille. After swapping hands several times, it wasn’t until 1973 that it became a hotspot for international independent film screenings and small festivals. Embracing its root as a cabaret, the cinema also has a pub that serves drinks and food after 6 PM. Classic movies and good food never go out of style. Come watch a timeless film and talk about it over some refreshing aperitif at Bistrot des Cinéastes upstairs from the lobby.
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