• The Beauty of Old Hollywood Comes to Life in Photography Series “Cinema”

  • The Beauty of Old Hollywood Comes to Life in Photography Series “Cinema”

  • The Beauty of Old Hollywood Comes to Life in Photography Series “Cinema”

  • The Beauty of Old Hollywood Comes to Life in Photography Series “Cinema”

  • The Beauty of Old Hollywood Comes to Life in Photography Series “Cinema”

  • The Beauty of Old Hollywood Comes to Life in Photography Series “Cinema”

  • The Beauty of Old Hollywood Comes to Life in Photography Series “Cinema”

  • The Beauty of Old Hollywood Comes to Life in Photography Series “Cinema”

  • The Beauty of Old Hollywood Comes to Life in Photography Series “Cinema”

  • The Beauty of Old Hollywood Comes to Life in Photography Series “Cinema”

The Beauty of Old Hollywood Comes to Life in Photography Series “Cinema”

Ahh, cinemas. There’s nothing quite like the experience of watching a movie in a large theater. Unfortunately, these days “the movies” have been replaced with Friday nights awkwardly curled up in bed as you stream a terrible movie off Netflix. Cinemas might be dying but their structural importance at being the symbol of old Hollywood continues to stand.

Photographer Franck Bohbot understand this, and his series Cinema shows the beauty of movie theaters in all their glory. “The greatest emotion I have ever had in my life took place in the dark and not in front of a smartphone or television,” Bohbot quotes on his Behance page. From big, fancy movie palaces to small indie houses, Cinema shows the beauty and allure of theaters that go beyond sticky popcorn-covered floors.

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