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This cinema was built in 1929 by architect Hans Poelzig, one of the leading representatives of the Modernist Movement in Germany. It is still used as a cinema today and is one of the few remaining buildings by this architect in Berlin.

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Atrium Cinema

Budapest, Hungary
by Lajos Kozma

Right after the 32nd Hungarian Filmfestival, the Atrium Cinema - which was called 1st of May Cinema for years - closed its red curtains. However during the Filmfestival the old, well-thumbed Cinema attracted the public with its graceful, retro style and spirit. The Atrium Cinema is one of the two..

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Pushkin Cinema

Moscow, Russia

The Pushkin cinema is one of the largest and best known cinemas in Moscow. The cinema was built in 1961 by D. Solopov, J. Sheverdjajev and E. Gadshinskaja in the typical style of the era, a building block made of concrete and glass.

During the Soviet period it was known as the largest cinema..

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Kino International

Berlin, Germany
by Josef Kaiser

Kino International was constructed by Josef Kaiser und Heinz Aust in 1963. Kaiser just finished before the Kino Kosmos, also a film theater like the Kino International, located on Karl-Marx-Allee in former East Berlin. The Kino International hosted premieres until the fall of the Berlin Wall in..

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Multiplex Cinema October

Moscow, Russia
by V.Svirsky, ...

Cinema October is one of the largest and most important cinemas in Moscow and is located in the new Arbat street. It was constructed by Mikhail Posokhin, Ashot Mndoyants and V. Svirsky and opened in 1967.

Striking are the mosaics on the facade. The cinema is now a Multiplex Cinema and hosts..

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Chenla Theatre

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Originally opened in 1969 as the Cinéma d’Etat (State Cinema), the Chenla Theatre underwent a complete facelift in 2002 and becoming part of the Phnom Penh Cultural Centre.

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Rossiya Cinema

Yerevan, Armenia
by Arthur Tarkhanyan

The cinema-theatre Rossiya built by the Soviets in the centre of Yerevan is no longer a cinema. The building was turned into a marketplace.

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The Moscow Cinema open air hall in Yerevan was constructed between 1964 and 1966 by architects Spartak Kndeghtsyan and Telman Gevorgyan. It has been one of the best examples of the revived functionalist approaches in post-Stalin Soviet Armenian architecture that were developing parallel to the..

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Eye Film Institute

Amsterdam, Netherlands
by Delugan Meissl

The Vienna office of Delugan Meissl Associated Architects has translated EYE Film Institute Netherlands into a remarkable design. The museum building reacts to its surroundings and to the distinctive neighboring Oeverhoeks tower in a formal and atmospheric symbiosis. Existing and new buildings..

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Peoples' Friendship Palace is Uzbekistan’s largest cinema/concert hall and has seatings for 6,000 people.
The architect Yeregeny Rozanov decorated the massive structure if the Peoples' Friendship Palace in Tashkent with traditional local motifs.
The name Peoples' Friendship Palace comes from a..

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In the late 1940’s a trapezoidal lot in the then underdeveloped Appio-Latino quartier in Rome was destined to architects Calini and Montuori to design the buildings. The residual space between the houses allowed enough room for a theater, and its study was entrusted to aging architect Adalberto..

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In the years of urban growth after WW II Riccardo Morandi designed and built a multi-purpose building that houses shops, warehouses, houses and an impressive cinema. In a densely inhabited district, characterized by an intensive expansion, the building determines a square, an important urban void..

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