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Premiere events: What’s your favorite cinema theatre?

Created by Iron Sky on January 19, 2016 Deadline: Not set


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We are organising special premiere events all around the world and are currently selling tickets vouchers to 100 cities. We will be organising the screenings with local partners, but we’d love to hear about your favourite cinema theatres in these cities.

Check out the list of the 100 cities at http://www.ironsky.net/store/ by choosing a country and then a city.

After all, we want the events to take place in the nicest, friendliest movie houses we can find!


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WKD

January 20, 2016

Paris suggestions

I believe that in Paris, there are 2 places worth mentioning:

1/ Le Grand Rex

http://www.brownsugardays.com/img/grandrex.jpg

This place really feels like a natural choice for premieres due to its unique look. It’s a big theater, with leather seats & a retro atmosphere all around. I’ve been to this place for several premieres & events, it always feels very special.

They have 2 screens available (they can switch between those before a screening). One is big, the other one is huge (not IMAX-huge though).

That being said, its probably not the best choice on a technical side. Image quality is good but the sound is a bit weak in volume since its such a big theater (it especially feels distant on the balconies). Also, the surround effects tend to blend too much with the other speakers, meaning you don’t get a very wide audio scenery.

 

2/ Gaumont Champs Elysées Marignan

Located on the famous “Champs Elysées” avenue, it’s actual a twin theater (on both sides of the avenue).

The “Marignan” side is the one to pick. I think it’s very telling they hosted several official premieres in the past for directors reknown for their technical obsession such as Christopher Nolan & Peter Jackson, and lately with the 70mm showing of Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight”.

It’s a smaller theater but with great picture & sound accuracy (sorry no Dolby Atmos though). Their projectionist team is very professional and caring.

The only downside, is that its much more standard-looking inside and thus feels less like the “big event”. It’s still classy there though!


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Palace Electric Cinema ,Canberra, Australia.

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martin

January 22, 2016

Vienna

My first thought regarding premiere cinema was

Gartenbaukino
http://www.gartenbaukino.at/
Not the biggest and doesn’t have 3D or IMAX but is know for Viennale (Vienna International Film Festival) and Premieres
Technical Info
http://www.gartenbaukino.at/das-kino/technische-ausstattung.html

 


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While we are on the subject of Austria, Australia is also on the list... I would try and link up with the Palace Cinemas chain in Australia. They are well known for their support of small productions and have theatres in all of the Australian cities on the list. "Palace Cinemas, Australia's preeminent quality cinema destination, renowned for luxurious cinemas, fully licensed cafes & bars..." sums it up. http://www.palacecinemas.com.au/

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chrisbjw

January 22, 2016

Essen, Ruhr-Area

The Lichtburg in Essen/Germany was THE cinema in Germany in the 50s and 60s.

„What a wonderful place! Never to be forgotten. I‘ll be back.“ ~Pierce Brosnan

It has got 1250 seats (Germanys biggest theatre), rollable screen an 4K projector.

Official Page: http://www.lichtburg-essen.de/

Tech-Sheet of the Stage (german): http://www.lichtburg-essen.de/downloads/Technik_Lichtburg.pdf

Seating Plan/lighting/sockets/audio (german): http://www.lichtburg-essen.de/downloads/Bestuhlungs+B%C3%BChnenpl%C3%A4ne_Lichtburg.pdf

Footprint: http://www.lichtburg-essen.de/downloads/Grundriss_Lichtburg.pdf

Booklet: http://www.lichtburg-essen.de/downloads/Brosch%C3%BCre_Lichtburg.pdf


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ferzkopp

January 27, 2016

Seattle, WA, USA

The Paramount

http://www.stgpresents.org/paramount
http://www.stgpresents.org/paramount/technical

 

STG
911 Pine Street, Seattle, WA 98101
206.682.1414

 

A classic, large location that had some great showings in the past.

IMAX At Pacific Science Center

Pacific Science Center
200 Second Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98109
(206) 443-2001

Boeing IMAX Theater: 373-seat
PACCAR IMAX Theater: 295 for 2D

They regularly run blockbuster screenings and special events (i.e. currently showing Star Wars 3D).

 


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Ina

February 4, 2016

Cinemas in Hessen, Germany

The place to be in Hessen is Frankfurt

http://www.kinopolis.de/su

or a more rural but charming cinema is Marburg

http://www.cineplex.de/marburg


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wolkenjaeger

February 8, 2016

Switzerland / Zürich

In Zürich a lot of premiers take place at the Arena Cinema in Zürich Sihlcity (https://www.arena.ch/de/sihlcity).

However, the cinema itself is not very nice and does not provide a good location for a premier IMHO.

If I could choose a red carpet premier, I would go for the Corso cinemas close by the lakes (https://www.kitag.com/en/theaters-and-information/cinemas/capitol/) or if you need something smaller the Riffraff cinemas are located in the hip part of Zürich: http://www.riffraff.ch


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