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Cinema Aero, one of the oldest film club, screens over 60 different titles a month. Mostly retrospectives of selected directors and movies which are not in the Czech distribution.
Every Friday and Saturday, Aero extends its program by night screenings. Selected screenings are enriched by teaching introductions.
Cinema Lucerna, which is located in the bowels of a huge Lucerna Palace, is one-auditorium cinema with the capacity for more than 450 people. It was built in a combination of Renaissance and Art Nouveau style in 1909 and thus it can boast the title of the oldest still playing cinema in the Czech Republic. Visitors can take away not only the satisfying feeling from the screening, but also an extraordinary experience of visiting interesting historical sites.
Bio Oko (Cinema Eye) is one of the few single auditorium cinemas in Prague whose history dates back to 1940. Cinema whose capacity is just under 400 seats and which is equipped with modern equipment is located in the basement of functionalist apartment building. Some of the original cinema seats were replaced with beach chairs, sitting bags or even car bodies. In addition to cinema’s Bio Oko also very pleasant bar.
Svetozor is Prague art cinema, which is focused primarily on high-quality European and non-European movies. From the very beginning, which dates back to 1918, cinema underwent a series of changes, when it was converted into a cabaret and then back to the cinema. The glorious era of Svetozor was the time between the years 1968 to 1971, when the model called Kinomat was presented. Kinomat gave the option to the audience to choose. This model returns in a new era of the cinema, which began by an extensive renovations in 2007.
Galaxie belongs to the family of Cinema City. It is a traditional multiplex cinema, where visitors can choose from a wide range of movies. There are nine screening halls with large wide screens.
With its size MAT cinema ranges to the group of the smallest ones in Prague. It offers a comfortable chairs and air conditioning, accompanied by excellent sound and motion picture system. MAT cinema screens daily form 18:00 and from 20:30 and on Saturdays and Sundays from 15:00 for children.
Ponrepo, screening hall of the National film archive, is located in Bio Konvikt, historically valuable refectory Konvikt, reconstructed in the nineties of the last century. Konvikt hall became one of main cultural centres in Prague of the end of 18th century. This tradition continues also in the 19th century. Gradually many excellent foreign and Czech musicians performed here.
In seventeenth century the whole complex Konvikt got into bad construction conditions and even few emergency assessments were announced. Therefore it was decided about a general reconstruction of the building, which preceded architectural and archeological research. But a total reconstruction was not realised, only the reconstruction of the building, which preceded architectural and archeological research. As late as in 1996 Konvikt won its former beauty and returned to its cultural function.
Multiplex CineStar Andel is one of eleven cinemas, that CineStar company operates in the Czech republic. Like the other multi-screen cinemas, this is equipped with the latest projection technology with a perfect sound. Regarding the size of the cinema this one is the greatest. It has fourteen halls with a total capacity for more than two thousand spectators.
Cinema City Flora is one of Prague’s multiplex cinema, that offers a similar service like any other multiplex in Prague. Eight air-conditioned cinemas with perfect sound, endless supplies of popcorn and a wide range of films that is Cinema City Flora.
Atlas Cinema is located in Prague’s Florenc and to its visitors offers two cinema halls with a capacity of 143 and 58 seats. Both halls are digitized and have a good sound system. Great Hall allows projection and 3D films. Cinema passed the extensive renovations between years 2003 – 2005.
Modřany biograf screened the films for the first time in 1919. It can be said that it is one of the first stone cinema that served on the today’s area of Prague. The hall offers two hundred seats and provides movies from a regular distribution. The cinema have changed its name several times. It was also named as Bio Lido, Viktoria or Vlast.
Ořechovka cinema is located in the heart of one of the most lucrative Prague’s district. Architectural and urban solutions of the district and the First Republic equipment imprinted the cinema distinctive character which is unfortunately hidden from the viewers' eye. Reopening of the cinema is a subject of the extensive refurbishment, which is blocked by the owners.
Troja open air cinema is located in a meadow near the Trojan horse between whitewater area and footbridge over the river Vltava. The first projection day is traditionally the 12th June, when the city district Troja celebrate its day.