Poland will allow shopping centres to reopen from next Saturday but will keep restaurants, fitness clubs, cinemas, and theatres closed at least until December 27, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told a press conference on Saturday.
The capital’s Relax cinema which hosted premieres such as ‘Star Wars’ and Andrzej Wajda’s ‘The Promised Land’ has been reborn as Scena Relax, a venue for comedy, concerts and theatrical productions and is once again the cultural centre at the heart of Warsaw.
The POSK Cinema based at the POSK Polish Centre in London’s King Street, was given the award at the Film Society of the Year’s annual award ceremony for impressing judges with its ‘matchless creativity’.
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In 2015, the arthouse Kino Pionier 1907, which describes itself as an “ambitious cinema for people who see film as more than just entertainment”, was officially recognised as the oldest cinema in the world, with a certificate from Guinness World Records.
Over 20 planes parked up on Saturday to watch a screening of the 2017 crime drama Loving Pablo starring Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem.
The Warsaw public will soon be able to take in some of the magic of the silver screen thanks to a drive-in cinema.
The new charge, which would be paid to the Polish Film Institute, could bring in an estimated 15 million złoty (3.3 million euros) this year, and at least 20 million złoty a year in subsequent years, most of it from a handful of major players on the VoD market in Poland. Small providers would be exempt from the charge.
Kino Muza in Poznań now has three screening rooms and can take films outside onto a terrace.