Cinema in the Louvre Museum

Cinema Paradiso Louvre Museum

The 30th anniversary of the construction of the Louvre pyramid in Paris, is celebrated. For this reason, open-air films will be screened, free of charge at the Museum’s Cour Carrée.

The event will be called Cinema Paradiso Louvre, and began on Friday, July 19. It will be until July 26 inclusive. A film was projected every night. The main objective of Cinema Paradiso Louvre is to promote visits to the museum.

The films will be screened starting at 10 pm and it is necessary to book, through the official website of the event. For people in Paris, this is a unique opportunity.

inema Paradiso Louvre Museum
inema Paradiso Louvre Museum

Program

 ♦ Friday, July 19th – Queen Margot
A film by Patrice Chéreau. With Isabelle Adjani, Jean-Hugues Anglade and Daniel Auteuil. 1994 (2:39).

♦ Saturday, July 20 – Asterix and Obelix: Cleopatra Mission
A film by Alain Chabat. With Monica Bellucci, Christian Clavier, Gerard Darmon, Jamel Debbouze, Gerard Depardieu. 2002 (1:47).

♦ Sunday, July 21st – Faces Villages – Screening in the presence of JR.
A documentary film by and with JR and Agnès Varda. 2017 (1:34).

♦ Monday, July 22 – Cinema Paradiso
A film by Giuseppe Tornatore. With Philippe Noiret, Jacques Perrin, Salvatore Cascio. 1989 (2h04).

♦ Tuesday, July 23 – Indiana Jones and the last crusade
A film by Steven Spielberg. With Harrison Ford, Sean Connery, Denholm Elliott. 1989 (2h07).

♦ Wednesday, July 24 – Da Vinci Code
A film by Ron Howard. With Tom Hanks, Audrey Tautou, Jean Reno. 2006 (2:32).

♦ Thursday, July 25 – Chihiro’s Journey
An animated film by Hayao Miyazaki. 2001 (2h05).

♦ Friday, July 26 – When Harry meets Sally
A film by Rob Reiner. With Billy Crystal, Meg Ryan, Carrie Fisher. 1989 (1h36).

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