Founded by Jean-Placid Mauclaire in 1928 as an independent cinema and meeting place for creative minds near the Montmartre Cemetery, Studio 28 has a gray front with red steps and its name in neon above the arched doorway. Inside the auditorium is a wall sconce resembling metal leaves against the wall, with several cone-like toadstools with leafy bases branching out. Outdoor seating is available in the garden under a white tent with a chandelier and bistro tables, where drinks and salted tarts are served prior to the showing of French, Spanish, American, and other international films.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Performance Space