Regular film screenings back in Narva 

On Sunday, 23rd October 2005 a cinema will open again in Estonia’s most eastern town Narva. The regular screenings in the cultural centre Rugodiv will start with German film “Downfall” (Der Untergang).

Rugodiv will first hold the screenings once a week on Sundays – children’s and family films (“Robots”, “Madagascar”, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”) during daytime, European (“9 Songs”, “Girl with the Pearl Earring” “The Sea Inside”) and Asian (“3-Iron”) films as well as Hollywood blockbusters (“Star Wars III: The Revenge of Sith”, “Mr. and Mrs. Smith”, The Brothers Grimm” etc) in the evenings.

Rugodiv centre can seat around 600 viewers. Tickets are 15 – 35 EEK. Children’s screenings start at 13:00 and 15:00, evening screenings at 18:00 and 21:00.

The project of re-opening a cinema in Rugodiv centre was initiated by the city of Narva in co-operation with the Black Nights Film Festival. Next April BNFF will organize the third European film days in Narva.
The festival films will be screened in Narva already this December, continuing the tradition from eight years back.

Helmut Jänes
Project Manager of Black Nights Film Festival
+372 631 4643

 
   
 
 
 
 
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