UGC-Toison d'Or

Guldenvliesgalerij, Avenue du Toison d'Or 17,
Brussels 1050

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UGC-Toison d'Or in May 2011

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Located in central Brussels, the former UGC-Acropole which had 14-auditoriums, was remodeled and renamed the current UGC-Toison d'Or. It now has 10 auditoriums and shows new movies.

Contributed by Howard B Haas

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HowardBHaas
HowardBHaas on December 2, 2007 at 10:38 am

This photo doesn’t show the cinema, but does show a remarkable sculpture that is a local landmark at the Porte de Namur. The cinema is likely nearby:
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HowardBHaas
HowardBHaas on December 2, 2007 at 10:54 am

Scroll down for a photo of the entry to the cinema:
http://www.tbx.be/fr/Dossier/165/app.rvb

SethLewis
SethLewis on August 22, 2008 at 2:09 pm

When I lived in Brussels in 1979, there were 7 screens along this strip – the Avenue with two screens, the Capitole with four screens and the Acropole a single screen on two levels. The pictures would move into smaller screens as they would play off and there were some connections through a block long arcade.

Caught a pretty good range of pictures there throughout an incredible year working in the Hilton across the way – Who’s Killing the Great Chefs of Europe, La Luna and a reissue of Clockwork Orange in Acropole, Hard Core, Foul Play and several others in Capitole and La Cage aux Folles and The Great Train Robbery in Avenue

This said the new multiplex is a great place to see a movie in the spirit of the UGC Cine Cites in Paris…saw Good Will Hunting and Les Choristes there on a couple of brief trips to Brussels

Brussels still has a decent range of art houses and first run screens for a smallish city, and of course a 25 screen megaplex
Kineopolis just outside of town

Buffer
Buffer on January 27, 2014 at 10:30 am

The remodelling was done in 2000 by architect Alberto Cattani in collaboration with Roger Schoreels

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