If, like us, you are spending your holidays in the capital, the outdoor cinema is always a great idea to enjoy the long summer evenings. However, like every year, the Parc de La Villette is transformed for nearly a month into the largest open-air cinema in Paris. From July 20 to August 21, ie for twenty-five evenings, the prairie du triangle invites you to (re)discover, alone or accompanied, how this universal means of expression that is dance gave cinema scenes that have become cults. Sessions start at 10:30 p.m., free of charge. All you have to do is register in advance online. Last year, under the sign of the health pass, the theme of the festival was men and women inspired by real events that have marked our times. For its 32nd edition, La Villette has decided to put dance in the spotlight. From disco to classical via tap dancing and synchronized swimming, here is the program until the end of the festival.Wednesday July 20: Flashdance by Adrian Lyne Thursday July 21: Play by Alexander Ekman Friday July 22 : Pulp Fiction by Quentin Tarantino Saturday July 23: The Aristocats by Wolfgang Reitherman Sunday July 24: Les Demoiselles de Rochefort by Jacques Demy Wednesday July 27: Cold War by Pawel Pawlikowski Thursday July 28: Naissance des pieuvres by Céline Sciamma The Friday, July 29: Billy Eliott by Stephen Daldry Saturday, July 30: Saturday Night Fever by John Badham Sunday, July 31: Red Slippers by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger Wednesday, August 3: Hand in Hand by Valérie Donzelli Thursday August 4: Le Grand Bal by Laetitia Carton Friday August 5: Black Swan by Darren Aronofsky Saturday August 6: The Artist by Michel Hazanavicius Sunday August 7: Bonjour triste by Otto P reminger Wednesday August 10: If it was love after Crowd by Gisèle Vienne Thursday August 11: Eden by Mia Hansen Friday August 12: Dancer in the Dark by Lars Von Trier Saturday August 13: Eyes Wide Shut by Stanley Kubrick Sunday August 14: La vie est belle by Frank Capra Wednesday August 17: Grisgris by Mahamat Thursday August 18: Girl by Lukas Dhont Friday August 19: Les Bien-Aimés by Christophe Honoré Saturday August 20: Stiletto heels by Pedro Almodovar Sunday August 21: West Side Story by Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins In parallel with the screenings, discovery workshops on filming locations, award ceremonies, short films and cruises are also offered. You will find all the necessary information for these events on the La Villette website.
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