Reflet Republique

18 rue de Faubourg-du-Temple,
Paris 75011

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Reflet Republique

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Originally the site of a circus, the Consortium Cine was built in 1912. It was later re-named Templia. It operated as a neighborhood cinema for many years, and was renovated in the 1930’s.

In 1969 it was taken over by the Action chain and became a fringe cinema, screening independent films and was re-named Action Republique. The 1930’s decoration was covered or removed, and the auditorium painted black. The seats were a bright green and the lamps were made of stove pipes.

It was last operated as Reflet Republique and was closed as a cinema in the late-1990’s. Today it operates as a rock concert venue named Gibus.

Contributed by Ken Roe
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