Cinecenter

Lijnbaansgracht 236,
Amsterdam 1017 PH

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Cinecenter

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Opened on 20th September 1976 as a three-screen art house cinema, the architect was de Klerk who gave the complex a sleek modern style. Each screen had a name rather than a number and were called; Coraline (113 seats), Peppe-Nappa (103 seats) and the Pierrot (103 seats). In September 1979 a fourth screen seating 52 was added and it was named the Jean Vigo.

For a period of ten years from 1984-1994 it was known as the Nederlands Filmtheater, but has now reverted back to its original name.

Contributed by KenRoe

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Rolfe
Rolfe on February 6, 2006 at 9:42 pm

View link for a (Dutch) review of the theater, which includes a couple of photographs.

Decent venue for arthouse titles, the screens are rather small though and the intermission halfway between the movies is irritating.

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