Category: 28 Times Cinema 2018

Slovakia - Cinéma Lumière (Bratislava)

Slovakia – Cinéma Lumière (Bratislava)

Kino Lumière/Cinema Lumière – with its 4 screening rooms and the programming focused on art house cinema – is the only multiple-screen Film Club in the Slovak Republic. It is also one of the last cinemas in the world that screens 35 mm films on (almost) daily bases, most often in its FIAF screen called ...

Austria – Das Kino (Salzburg)

The Salzburger Filmkulturzentrum DAS KINO is the only arthouse cinema in Salzburg that screens films beyond the mainstream blockbusters. We focus on quality films with diverse cultural content. Besides Austrian and European films, as well US-independent productions, films from Africa, Asia, and Latin America are part of our program. All films are screened in original ...

Hungary – Cirkofilm (Budapest)

Hungary – Cirkofilm (Budapest)

Cirko-Gejzír is one of the smallest cinemas in Europe with 2 screens of 60 and 25 seats. It is located in central Budapest, has a very quirky decor, and is dedicated to show films with a strong artistic or social message. Auteur films, festival favourites and films focusing on human rights are often featured in ...

Sweden - Zita (Stockholm)

Sweden – Zita (Stockholm)

Zita Folkets Bio is one of the three art house cinemas situated in central Stockholm. The cinema makes part of the Swedish distribution company Folkets Bio cinema network since 1993 and is Stockholm’s oldest still running cinema since it’s opening in 1913. The cinema consists of three screening rooms (140, 45 and 30seats). Zita also ...

Germany - Gloria / Gloriette / Kamera (Heidelberg)

Germany – Gloria / Gloriette / Kamera (Heidelberg)

The GLORIA movie theaters include GLORIA & GLORIETTE cinemas in the heart of Heidelberg’s Old Town and KAMERA, located in the district of Neuenheim. The GLORIA cinema, which has existed since 1912, was expanded in 1982 under the aegis of Inge Mauerer-Klesel. The CAMERA, which has been existing since the 1940s, has been completing the ...

Poland – Kino Nowe Horyzonty (Wroclaw)

Poland – Kino Nowe Horyzonty (Wroclaw)

New Horizons Cinema has been operating in Wroclaw since August 31, 2012. Wroclaw’s Kino Nowe Horyzonty is a 9 screens cinema, fuelled by the energy initiated at the New Horizons International Film Festival which rules during the summer. The cinema repertoire includes hits from world’s biggest festivals, reviews of films from around the globe (including ...

The Netherlands – LantarenVenster (Rotterdam)

LantarenVenster is the number-one spot for the best arthouse cinema and great jazz performances in Rotterdam, hosting 100 concerts every year. With 5 screening rooms, the venue provides a new film programme every week with screenings from noon to midnight: quality films with a combination of documentaries, classics, world cinema, Oscar winners and special screenings ...

Portugal - Trindade (Porto)

Portugal – Cinema Trindade (Porto)

Cinema Trindade is a historical cinema of the city of Porto. It was inaugurated in 1913 as Salão Jardim da Trindade. It included a movie theater, a ballroom, a café, billiards and a terrace. Its success led to a remodeling in 1957, originating Cinema Trindade. With the 7th art crisis of the 70’s and 80’s, ...

Czech Republic - Kino Aero (Prague)

Czech Republic – Kino Aero (Prague)

Built in 1933, in the courtyard of a residential house in a purely functionalist style, Cinema Aero is one of the oldest art-house cinemas in Prague. In the 1990s, Kino Aero became a legendary film club that screened mostly art and classic film retrospectives. Now, it is a strong single screen cinema, where you can ...

Belgium – Sphinx Cinema (Ghent)

Belgium – Sphinx Cinema (Ghent)

Sphinx cinema is located in the historical centre of Ghent. There has been a cinema at this venue for more than 100 years. Ghent is a university city but attracts many tourists as well, due to its medieval heritage. The cinema has 5 screens ranging from 50 to 240 seats. Situated in the middle of ...