Lijnbaansgracht 236,
Amsterdam 1017 PH

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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 on February 6, 2006 at 11:42 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.

Lost Memory
Lost Memory on February 7, 2008 at 11:27 am

Here is a close-up view of the Cinecenter from 2004.

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