Cine Metro Art Saint-Lazare Pasquier

44 Rue Pasquier,
Paris 75008

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Architects: Paul Dubreuil

Functions: Educational

Styles: Art Deco

Previous Names: Saint-Lazare Actualities, Saint-Lazare Pasquier

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Located in the north of the city centre. The Saint-Lazare Actualities was opened as a single screen newsreel cinema in 1938. After the end of World War II, the cinema was closed and abandoned.

In 1957, it was refurbished and re-opened as the Saint-Lazare Pasquier. In 1968 it was converted into a twin screen cinema, and in June 1969 it was converted into a triple screen cinema to the plans of architect Paul Dubreuil, with seating for 250, 250 & 120.

Seating is now provided for 150, 112 and 57. It is operated by the Cine Metro Art chain as an art-house cinema. It was closed in 2016. By 2022 it had been demolished and the sie now holds the Pasquier Medical Institute.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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SethLewis on September 29, 2014 at 6:10 am

Saw Woody Allen Match Point here in 2006…a compact little art house convenient for commuters from St. Lazare

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