Cinema Union  

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With its 130 seats, Cinema Union isn’t the biggest cinema in town, but it is one of the nicest to any self-respecting cinephile. Before known as the Romanian Cinemateca, it sets itself as an institution of long tradition as In 1962 the National Film Archives held there their first event. Even if a couple of years later, the location changed, before finally settling down at Strada Ion Câmpineanu, Union’s philosophy remained the same: to reunite cinema lovers around the promotion of cinematographic culture. For this reason, not only Cinema Union is part of Europas Cinemas, but they also take part in many types of movie festivals, such as One World Romania, NexT or Animest.

Mathieu N.

Strada Ion Câmpineanu 22, București 030167, Romania

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