The Paris Theater, New York City’s longest-running arthouse cinema and Manhattan’s last single-screen movie house, has been leased by Netflix for theatrical releases and special events.
Aside from New York City’s restored movie palaces, the 581-seat theater is one of the most romantic cinemas in Manhattan. It speaks of the lost age of glamour.
The theater specialized in foreign films. It was opened in 1948 by Marlene Dietrich and the U.S. Ambassador to France. Every film screened there was an important film.
The cinema closed in 2019. It was going to be redeveloped into a medical facility. Netflix saved the cinema for premieres and special events. Thank you!
Paris Theater Tickets
4 West 58th St
(near Fifth Avenue)
(N)(R)(W) to Fifth Avenue (across the street)
(F) to 57th St (3 blocks)