Cin’Hoche cinema is a neighbourhood cinema located in Bagnolet with two projection screens. It is listed Art Et Essai, and labelled Young Public, Research and Discovery and Heritage / listed.
The city of Bagnolet was one of the first in France to open a municipal cinema for the public and it set out to make cinema and culture accessible to everybody. Created in 1977 by the town of Bagnolet, the Cin’Hoche cinema has been managed since 2011 by the Territorial Public Establishment Est Ensemble and integrated into the Cinema 93 network since 2013.
The Bagnolet cinema programme is quite varied: auteur films, foreign movies in the original version, documentary films, a programme for young people, cinematographic heritage films...
Cin’Hoche also proposes encounters and workshops and organises events with the cultural and social structures in Bagnolet. It also participates in the national education scheme for film and image "high school students and cinema", "College and cinema" and "school and cinema". It also proposes structures for kindergartens and elementary schools.
Cin'hoche is open every day except on Monday. For its summer programme, check the Cin'hoche website.