The finest cinema theatres of the world

Film Forum, New York, USA

The architecture and decoration of the building does not have anything special. What makes this movie special is the breadth of the screening program, which is designed to satisfy the demanding tastes of moviegoers everywhere. Overnight tributes to pioneer filmmakers, European screenings, and mini series, are just some of the masterpieces that one can enjoy here. For the record, the film marathon held last year on French cinema season included 53 classic films from 1928 to 1960, lasted an entire weekend and sold out!

Film Forum, New York, USA

Film Forum, New York, USA

Rooftop Cinema, Melbourne, Australia

Sunbeds, a bar serving cocktails and burgers, a huge screen. And all this on the roof of a towering building in the city center. The months of operation are few and not very warm. There is no need to worry though, since you can rent a rug for a token amount. To return earn magnificent panoramic views while night falls and the lights in the streets multiply. As for the program includes classical masterpieces, but also new commercial successes to stay all happy.

Rooftop Cinema, Melbourne, Australia

Rooftop Cinema, Melbourne, Australia

Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, L.A, USA

The residents of Los Angeles have used and the appearance of no longer impresses. Tourists, on the contrary, goggle eyes and pooping screams of excitement as they stand in line to collect their tickets from the cashier. It is the most famous cinema in the capital of cinema, since here made ​​several world premieres. With oriental decoration, red walls and fingerprints limb large star adorning the entrance, this space is a timeless value in the cinematic heritage of Los Angeles, so both big and small are rushing to make even a short stint at Grauman.

Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Los Angeles

Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, Los Angeles

Kino International, Berlin, Germany

A building legacy of the Cold War, this film created in Germany’s former eastern bloc. Today it hosts a comprehensive music program, which includes screenings, premieres, festivals and receptions. As for the location, is the monumental boulevard Karl Marx Allee, on which almost all the buildings are monuments of world cultural heritage. This means that the external facade of Kino International and the furniture inside is legally not allowed to change, and this gives the building an aura season.

Kino International, Berlin, Germany

Kino International, Berlin, Germany

View more here: September 2013 Events | Milano Film Festival turns 18.

By Nicole P.

Cinema photos: Ken Zirkel, Peter Bennett, Matthew Tye, teh moneda.

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