As well as the vast Gaumont or UGC multiplexes that you'll nearly always find in France's major cities, other circuits - MK2 in Paris, and Utopia in some provincial towns - continue to thrive outside the mainstream. All screen films in their original language. In addition, cinema clubs and research rooms have their undisputed domain in the Latin Quarter in Paris, and in other towns and cities throughout France. Finally, for a real eyeful, head for the Grand Rex (the largest auditorium in Europe, classified as a historic monument and whose Etoiles du Rex exhibition takes you through the marvellous history of the seventh art), the Géode at the Cité des Sciences, the Kinémax at the Futuroscope at Poitiers with its giant 180° screens, or Paris-Story, the new attraction at Paris-Story. Enjoy the film !
Many major international films have been shot in France. For instance, part of Marie Antoinette was filmed at The Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte. You can check cinema times on Allociné.fr