Category: 28 Times Cinema 2017

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Finland – Kino Tapiola (Espoo)

Our beautiful, stylish cinema originates from 1955 and is part of Finnish architectural heritage. Kino Tapiola re-opened in 2010 fully digitalised and meticulously renovated to fit the classic, atmospheric style of the 50s. We are situated in Tapiola, known as the cultural centre of Espoo (Finland’s 2nd biggest city), so when Kino Tapiola’s future was ...

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Portugal – Cinema City Alvalade (Lisbon)

Following the closing of Alvalade’s old cinema, a church emerged in its place for a few years, until 2009, when Cinema City Alvalade was finally opened. It’s located in a very typical Lisbon neighborhood, marking the difference for its coziness with only 4 auditorium, 381 seats, and a café with a very special wall painted ...

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Croatia – Art-Kino (Rijeka)

Art-Kino is located in the very centre of Rijeka, in the hall where the first film screening took place in 1928. After a period when all municipal cinemas were closed and screenings were organized only at multiplex cinemas, the City of Rijeka embarked upon an initiative to bring film back to the city centre. Art-kino ...

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Croatia – Marta Ban, Art-Kino (Rijeka)

Cinema for me is… Croatia – Marta Ban  from Europa Cinemas on Vimeo. Marta in 23 frames 1. Describe yourself in ten words. I am easy-going, pragmatic, tolerant, outgoing, curious, passionate and eternal optimist. 2. Your best quality? Your worst habit? Best quality: being self-critical Worst habit: Crying Myrtle crying frequency 3. Your dream job? Eternal student. 4. ...

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Portugal – Gonçalo Alves Viana, Cinema City Alvalade (Lisbonne)

Cinema for me is… Portugal – Gonçalo Alves Viana from Europa Cinemas on Vimeo. Gonçalo in 23 frames 1. Describe yourself in ten words. Creative, friendly Portuguese, good listener and teacher, calm but funny cinema and music lover. 2. Your best quality? Your worst habit? Best quality: I understand stuff pretty quickly, actually. Worst habit: Hum, peanut butter 😛 ...

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Romania – Cinéma Elvire Popesco (Bucharest)

Cinéma Elvire Popesco is the venue of the Institut Français in Romania and a member of the Europa Cinemas network; it aims to be a committed cinema in all ways possible: an art house cinema showing European and auteur cinema, while keeping slots for young audience screenings in the mornings and consciously supporting the film ...

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Poland – Kosmos Cinema (Katowice)

The original building was designed in the late 50s and finished in 1965, considered as one the finest examples of modernist architecture and one of the biggest Polish cinemas equipped with a screening room for over 600 viewers. The cinema is situated in the prestigious Koszutka district near the city centre of Katowice – the ...

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Slovenia – Kinodvor (Ljubljana)

Kinodvor, founded by the Municipality of Ljubljana, is a public institution whose main aim is to screen a diverse selection of quality films. Its mission is to promote film culture, starting with film education of young audiences, and to meet the needs of more demanding cinephiles. Kinodvor’s vision is to continue positioning itself as the ...

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Slovenia – Karla Pelko, Kinodvor (Ljubljana)

Cinema for me is… Slovenia – Karla Pelko from Europa Cinemas on Vimeo. Karla in 23 frames 1. Describe yourself in ten words. Stubborn. Kind. Sarcastic. Tired. Diligent. Responsible. Smiling. Ambitious. Witty. Proud. 2. Your best quality? Your worst habit? Best quality: Persistence Worst habit: Overthinking. 3. Your dream job? Film director. 4. What do you like most ...

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Slovakia – Kino Film Europe (Bratislava)

Kino Film Europe is located in the historical Pistori Palace in Bratislava. The palace built during the 19th century, had a rich and turbulent history. Since 2011, the Old Town of Bratislava has been transforming it into a cultural centre. The intimate atmosphere of this historic movie theatre, with its retro-style upholstered seats, a capacity ...