Fancy a Film at the Golden Gate?

Daniela Rogulj

The famous Zlatna Vrata (or Golden Gate) Cinematheque was the former Romanesque Palace that was reconstructed in 1958. On December 18th, 1961, the Cultural Centre of the Workers’ University “Djuro Salaj” (today’s Center for Culture and Lifelong Learning “Golden Gate”) first opened, and three years later the entire building was used, within which was a hall with 250 seats. The first movie was shown in November 1964 – and it was the Slovenian film “Ne plači Petre”.

Here are the films playing at Zlatna Vrata through the end of September.


Monday, September 19th: Love and Friendship – 20h


Tuesday, September 20th: Love and Friendship – 17.30h, Everything Will be Fine – 20h


Wednesday, September 21st: Everything Will be Fine – 17.30h


Thursday, September 22nd: Love and Friendship – 17.30h, Everything Will be Fine – 20h


Friday, September 23rd: Prospero Books – 20h


Saturday, September 24th: Goltzius and the Pelican Company – 20h


Tuesday, September 27th: Where to Invade Next – 20h


Wednesday, September 28th: Captain Fantastic – 20.30h


Thursday, September 29th: Julieta – 20h


Friday, September 30th: Cafe Society – 20h


Golden Gate Cinematheque is a part of the Association Europa Cinemas who represents 69 countries and 682 cities, bringing together 1,182 cinemas with 3,194 screens.


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