CINEMA SPRING. Le Printemps du Cinéma made its big comeback in 2022. What do we know about the next edition expected for 2023?
After two editions canceled due to the health situation, the Printemps du Cinéma has signed its return in 2022. Moviegoers were able to take advantage of a single price of €4 per screening for three days (excluding special screenings). The event could be renewed in 2023 if the sanitary conditions allow it, but when will the next edition take place? Generally, the event is held during the third weekend of March, from Sunday to Tuesday. However, we will have to wait for an official date to know when the Printemps du Cinéma 2023 will take place!
When does the Printemps du Cinéma take place?
The date of Printemps du Cinéma 2023 is not yet known. Generally, the event takes place during the month of March, during the third weekend and over three days in order to benefit from a nice reduction in the price of places. The last edition of the event was indeed held from Sunday 20 March to Tuesday 22 March 2022. The edition 2023, if it takes place, should take place around the same period.
Spring Cinema Prize
Printemps du Cinéma allows moviegoers to save a lot of money on their screenings with a single price traditionally €4 for each screening, for all films and in all participating cinemas. It should be noted, however, that this offer cannot be combined with other price offers and that the supplements concerning films in 3D, in IMAX or special screenings must be paid in addition to the 4 euros that the ticket costs .
Which films to see during the Printemps du Cinéma?
Obviously, we don’t yet know which films to see at the Printemps du Cinéma in 2023. We can expect several films in theaters, including blockbusters. In 480, The Batman by Matt Reeves, the new adaptation of the adventures of the Dark Knight now camped by Robert Pattinson, took advantage of the event, just like Uncharted with Tom Holland, Maigret, a new adventure by Commissioner Maigret carried by Gérard Depardieu, or Notre-Dame is burning by Jean-Jacques Annaud.