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Max Linder Panorama

285146860_fc7f174593 Text: Chris Holt

Max Linder Panorama is one of several classic art deco cinemas concentrated in 9th and 18th arrondissements . Unlike its landmark neighbor, the 3000 seater Rex, Max Linder has an unassuming exterior.

Built in 1912, the theatre was re-named after the French silent film pioneer Max Linder who purchased it in 1914. The theatre was renovated in 1987, preserving a beautiful art deco interior. While the decor is retro, the theatre itself has a state of the art sound system and a huge curved screen (thus the name Panorama). The result is an immersmovie-going experience and is an ideal venue seeing one of the many 3D movies to recently hit the box office.

A surprising 600 person capacity is made possible by seating on three levels.  Those interested are advised to arrive early and grab seats in the middle level - those on the top level risk an obstructed view, while those on the bottom risk a strained neck from looking up at the screen.  A refreshing experience for those seeking more than sterile megaplexes.  For more information and showtimes, visit the Max Linder Panorama website.

Max Linder Panorama
24, bd Poissonniere
75009 Paris
Metro Grands-Boulevards

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