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HOYTS Cinema Paris is East Sydney’s most unique cinema destination. Screening a vast array of specialist films from around the globe, this venue caters to a variety of film tastes and genres. Cinema Paris is fully licensed and features an excellent selection of art house and foreign films, in addition to select mainstream films.
As Sydney’s premier film festival venue, Cinema Paris also showcases various film festivals from around the world.
Get 3 Hours FREE* parking, now 7 Days a week at HOYTS Cinema Paris.
*with purchase of same day valid Hoyts cinema ticket. Please validate your parking ticket at HOYTS. Standard rates apply after 3 hour period.
Public Transport Buses 339, 355, 397, 398, 399, 371, 393, 395: run from the city (Central, Elizabeth St, Oxford St and Circular Quay) to/from Randwick, Coogee, Bondi and Maroubra (via Anzac Parade).
2 States is a story about a journey of one such couple, Krish Malhotra and Ananya Swaminathan. They meet at the IIM-Ahmedabad and during the course they fall in love. Complications arise after the course comes to an end and they decide to get married. Krish and Ananya belong to two different states of India.
Xavier’s life is turned upside down when his wife Wendy announces she’s moving to New York and taking the kids. A few months later, he’s on a trans-Atlantic flight as well. From fathering child to a lesbian couple, marrying a Chinese-American to get papers, to reigniting a flame with his first love who comes for a visit, Xavier and his world really do seem like a Chinese Puzzle.
In The Dallas Buyers Club, Matthew McConaughey plays the true story of Ron Woodroof - an Electrician, hustler and sometime rodeo bull rider who learns that he is HIV+ and will likely die within thirty days. Ron then uncovers treatments that are not FDA approved in the US and goes on a mission to smuggle these treatments in from overseas.
Nelly (Felicity Jones), a happily-married mother and schoolteacher, is haunted by her past. Her memories, provoked by remorse and guilt, take us back in time to follow the story of her relationship with Charles Dickens (Ralph Fiennes), with whom she discovered an exciting but fragile complicity.