The MK2 cinemas are organizing four evenings in the Cour Carrée du Louvre placed “under the sign of cinema, music and conviviality” from July 15 to 18.
From July 15 to 18, the prestigious Cour Carrée du Louvre will be transformed into an open-air cinema for the third edition of the Cinéma Paradiso Louvre festival. Born in 2019 from a collaboration between the museum and the MK2 cinemas, the festival will screen four films, including two previews, over four evenings “placed under the sign of cinema, music and conviviality” announces the museum on its website.
More than 2000 places to be won by drawing lots
Cinephiles will be able to discover fire of lovea documentary by Sara Dosa presented at the Sundance festival in January, and The Gray Man, new feature film from the Russo Brothers (Avengers: Endgame and Avengers: Infinity War) with Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans. The release of this highly anticipated blockbuster is scheduled for July 22 on Netflix. The other two evenings will be devoted to the broadcast ofAmadeus by the Czech director Milos Forman, Oscar for best film in 1985, and Lat Grande Bellezza by the Italian Paolo Sorrentino.
In an Instagram post, the museum also announced that the screening of the films will this year be accompanied by concerts DJ sets with on the program: Nicolas Godin, half of the electronic music duo Air, the group La Femme, the pianist Riopy, the DJ Breakbot and his friend Irfane.
The festival is free but the allocation of places is done by drawing lots. More than 2,000 places per evening are up for grabs by registering between June 8 and 29 on the dedicated site (within the limit of two adult places and two children’s places). A first draw will take place on June 22 and a second on June 29.