A stone’s throw from the Centre Pompidou, MK2 offers a high quality programme of films in the heart of the city. Among other roles, it often works with the Pompidou to show contemporary artists’ works and festival selections – for example the Cinéma du Réel, which brings a fantastic selection of international documentaries to Paris every spring.
|Venue name:||MK2 Beaubourg||Contact:|
50 rue Rambuteau
|Transport:||Métro : Rambuteau|
- Roy Minton's teleplay about Borstal life and its vicious circle of violence, remade as a movie after being banned by the BBC: a toughened docudrama (schools of BBC/old Warners/Corman) that carries the same force as the improvised weapons Ray Winst...Read more
- Maturity is a slippery staircase in the comedies of American indie filmmaker Noah Baumbach (‘The Squid and the Whale’, ‘Greenberg’, ‘Frances Ha’). Baumbach delights in puffing up and then deflating characters who aren’t quite ready to grow up. ‘Wh...Read more
- Now one of French cinema’s best known actors, Vincent Lindon exudes what is perhaps best described as ‘down-to-earthness’. For the most part he tends to play a decent sort who can be relied on to do the right thing, and Lindon is the only professi...Read more
- This thought-provoking new film from respected Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul pursues similar themes to his earlier works ‘Oncle Boonmee’ (a Palme d’Or winner at Cannes in 2010) and ‘Tropical Malady’, but displays even greater technical m...Read more