The Louvre Museum and the Mk2 cinemas are teaming up again this summer for the new edition of Cinéma Paradiso Louvre, which will be held from July 15 to 18 with an exceptional programme. Between new screenings, DJ sets by French artists (La Femme, Nicolas Godin, Riopy, Breakbot and Irfane), and gourmet food trucks, the atmosphere will be festive. In the heart of a historic site, in the Cour Carrée du Louvre, the few lucky ones drawn will be able to attend previews and (re)discover the great classics of cinema.Friday July 15: Fire of LoveFriday July 15, from 22 h 15 to 23 h 45, will be screened in preview Fire of Love by Sara Dosa. This documentary is a touching portrait of Katia, chemist and physicist, and Maurice Krafft, geologist, two volcanologists who died on Mount Unzen in Japan on June 3, 1991. Featuring spectacular archive footage and narrated by the American filmmaker and artist Miranda July, the film is an ode to adventure.Saturday July 16: The Gray ManOn Saturday July 16, from 10.15 p.m. by Joe and Anthony Russo. We follow the adventures of CIA agent Court Gentry, played by the brilliant Ryan Gosling, during a breathtaking action film. We will also find Chris Evans in the role of Lloyd Hansen. As for Ana de Armas, she will play Dani Miranda.Sunday July 17: AmadeusSunday July 17, after a musical interlude by pianist Riopy, festival-goers will be able to rediscover a classic of American cinema: Amadeus by Milos Forman. Released in 1984, it is the incredible adaptation of the play of the same name by Peter Shaffer. Consumed by resentment, Salieri admired Mozart as much as he despised him. Considered today as a masterpiece, the film recounts this relationship of rivalry that existed between the two composers. Monday July 18: La Grande Bellezza Finally, for the last evening of the festival, Monday July 18, spectators will be able to see or review a reference of Italian cinema: La Grande Bellezza. If we find there the aesthetics of La Dolce Vita by Federico Fellini, the director Paolo Sorrentino paints here the portrait of an old, disillusioned Roman writer played by Toni Servillo. In 2014, the feature film received the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. In addition to the screenings, spectators will be able to participate in various events around cinema, such as a karaoke on the big screen in honor of Jacques Demy and a quiz on the theme of cinema in partnership with BNP Paribas. Cinema Paradiso Louvre 2022 will be held from July 15 to 18 in the Cour Carrée du Louvre, in Paris. Participation in the event is free and will be done by drawing lots.