Kinoteka is Back with Free Movies This Week

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The cult Kinoteka is back

All film lovers who enjoy watching movies at smaller and more intimate cinemas will be happy to know that the works on one of Zagreb’s cult cinemas are finally over and Kinoteka is back.

After closing down in 2005, extensive renovation took place and the cinema opened its door to the public on April 22, reports. Kinoteka will be managed by the August Cesarec Centre for Culture and Cinema.

Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest was the first film to be screened at the new-old cinema and the organizers added that they want to attract new visitors, but also encourage old ones to come back.
Film lovers will be able to enjoy documentaries, European and other international movies, but also surprise programmes for new visitors, such as binge-watching TV shows.


This week is Kinoteka Week, meaning that you can watch the following classics:

Tuesday (April 25) – Paris, Texas (1984, Wim Wenders)
Wednesday (April 26) – The Tin Drum (1979, Volker Schlöndorff)
Thursday (April 27) – Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World (Werner Herzog, 2016)
Friday and Saturday (April 28 – 29) – Fitzcarraldo (1982, Werner Herzog)
Saturday (April 29) – Operasjon Arktis (2014, Grethe Bøe-Waal), matinee

You simply need to pick up your tickets at the ticket office before the movie and you can watch them for free!

Head over to Kordunska 1 and enjoy the retro ambiance of Kinoteka and find out more here.



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