I don’t go see films often, but when I do it has to be in Cinerama. It might be a luxury problem, but ever since I set foot in that cinema no other will suffice. I love the classic deep red carpet, glass ticket booth and the old-school letter board that is changed every week.
Cinerama has a broad assortment of films to see, ranging from big Hollywood productions to arthouse and festivals such as IFFR and the Wildlife Film Festival. Fun fact: film students from my school get to present their graduation projects on Cinerama’s silver screen.
Cinerama was originally built in 1960 and had a big makeover in 1980, which is the current state it’s in. On Thursday evenings and Sundays around noon, they play a classic — think Gone with the Wind, All About Eve, The Godfather, Amadeus, etc. Tickets for the classics are only €8.50.
Unfortunately, there are no 3D or IMAX options.