Category: 28 Times Cinema 2017

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Romania – Claudia Sirbulescu, Elvire Popesco Cinema (Bucharest)

Cinema for me is… Romania – Claudia Sirbulescu from Europa Cinemas on Vimeo. Claudia in 23 frames 1. Describe yourself in ten words. Unsettler. Curiouser and curiouser. Passionate. I don’t need 10 words. 2. Your best quality? Your worst habit? Best: Constant adaptation, revision and change. Worst: Forgetting I have the power to change things. 3. Your dream job? ...

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Malta – Spazju Kreattiv Cinema (Valletta)

In September 2000, the Malta Millennium Project saw the inauguration of a transformed and re-imagined sixteenth-century defensive structure into a space which welcomes the contemporary creative energy of both local and foreign talents. The timeless shell of St James Cavalier was thus re-interpreted into a space focused on promoting cultural dialogue, innovation and creative expression ...

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Denmark – Grand Teatret (Copenhagen)

Grand Teatret has six screens in a beautiful red brick building in typical Art Noveau fashion –just in the center of Copenhagen. The cinema – dubbed The Royal Theatre of Cinema back in the day – has been up and running since 1913. Apart from working with film screenings, the cinema also buys Danish rights ...

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Latvia – Splendid Palace (Riga)

Cinema Splendid Place is located in the historical center of Riga, it is a unique national architectural monument founded in 1923. Historically, it is the first building in Riga and the Baltic States specially built to host a cinema. After its restoration in 2010, cinema has renewed its visual gloss and acquired advanced technical solutions. ...

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Lithuania – Skalvija (Vilnius)

Skalvija Cinema Center is a small municipal art-house cinema situated in central Vilnius, with 1 screen and 121 seats. Opened in 1963 Skalvija is the only cinema in Vilnius which survived the dramatic period of massive closure of cinemas in 80‘s and 90‘s. Small but cozy, it is well known amongst film lovers for its ...