Queen's Film Theatre
20 University Square,
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Located up a side alley and owned by Queen’s University Belfast, the Queen’s Film Theatre opened on 14th October 1968, with Bridget Bardot and Jeanne Moreau in “Viva Maria”. It was a newly built arts lecture theatre with 150 seats (initially all hard seats).
In 2003 refurbishment began with the main screen increasing its seating capacity to 220. In October 2004 a second screen was added which seats 91. In 2007 it became the first cinema in Northern Ireland to install digital projection. In 2018, further improvements were made and the main auditorium with new seats installed now has 204 seats.
The Queen’s Film Theatre, being close to Belfast University, attracts many students and also an audience from all over Belfast. It is a member of the Europa Cinemas group.
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