Tag: @Europa Cinemas

DAY 4 : Identity & Details

Saturday 17th November 2018 “If you don’t move, you’re gonna lose” I. Jones It’s 10 am, the class of ’18 is gathered together for one last day under the beautiful wooden ceiling of the conference room of the Antiguo convento Santa María de los Reyes. There were still a few more presentations to be heard, mostly from the ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Greece – Mikrokosmos (Athens)

MIKROKOSMOS opened its doors in October 2004 in order to establish a new alternative art-house cinema in the center of Athens. The building was built specifically to become a cinema from 1956, but when we moved in, it was a theatre that was closed for many years. We demolished it and built a new one ...

Bulgaria – Dom na Kinoto (Sofia)

  For many years, The Cinema House has been the most important centre for culture and cinema for both professionals and true film buffs in Bulgaria. Its hall has screened the best of world cinema as well as retrospectives, week-long marathons of foreign cinematography, seminars, festivals, educational and entertainment thematic programmes, exhibitions and presentations. Audience ...

Luxembourg - Jeff Schaul

Luxembourg – Jeff Schaul, Ciné Utopia (Luxembourg)

Cinema for me is… Luxembourg – Jeff Schaul from Europa Cinemas on Vimeo. Jeff in 23 Frames 1. Describe yourself in ten words. I am a human being living on the planet earth. 2. Your best quality? Your worst habit? Friendly, too friendly with time. 3. Your dream job? Titledesigner with an studio in the ...

Denmark - Dicte C. Houmøller

Denmark – Dicte C. Houmøller, Nicolai Biograf (Kolding)

Cinema for me is… Danemark – Dicte C. Houmøller from Europa Cinemas on Vimeo. 1. Describe yourself in ten words. Curious, artistic, tolerant, laid-back, stylish, confident, sincere, cultured, thoughtful, dope! 2. Your best quality? Your worst habit? Best quality: That I can sleep through any noise. Worst quality: That I sleep through everything. 3. Your ...

Belgium - Ben De Smet

Belgium – Ben De Smet, Sphinx Cinema (Ghent)

Cinema for me is… Begium – Ben De Smet from Europa Cinemas on Vimeo. Ben in 23 Frames 1. Describe yourself in ten words. Curious, open-minded, quirky, sporty, social, considerate, verbal, calm, passionate, committed. 2. Your best quality? Your worst habit? Best quality: baking cookies, especially shortbread. Worst habit: leaving the house too late and ...