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Pushkinsky Cinema, Karo Film (Moscow)

2 Pushkinskaya Square, Moscow (tel.: +7 495 545-05-05), Metro stations: "Chekhovskaya", "Pushkinskaya", "Tverskaya".

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The Pushkinsky Cinema (the Cinema, for short) is Russia's main cinema. It is one of Europe's largest cinemas. It was constructed in 1961; in 1997, it underwent complete modernisation. Thus, a super-modern cinema appeared in the centre of Moscow; after the modernisation, the Cinema features a huge screen and an auditorium that seats 2,056 people, the Dolby Digital sound and the Cinemaccanica projection equipment. Such equipment helps to reach not only superb image and sound quality, but also to make so that films absorb spectators. This allows spectators to fully enjoy the exciting show that is offered nowadays by the world's leading film studios.

In a couple of years of its new history, the Pushkinsky Cinema has turned into a symbol of the renaissance of Russia's film making and distribution. Every year, the Cinema welcomes the participants of the Moscow International Film Festival. Apart from showing the best competition films, the Pushkinsky Cinema hosts the opening and closing ceremonies as well as the award ceremonies. The famous stairs by the entrance to the Cinema have been descended by all Russia's leading actors and directors as well as by famous guests of the festival such as Robert De Niro, Sophia Loren, Gina Lollobrigida, Alain Delon, Brigitte Nielson, and many others.

A distinctive feature of the every-day operation of the Cinema is that it is a so-called "premier cinema". It is at the Pushkinsky Cinema that every new film shown by the Karo Film сinema network starts. Long queues of those willing to get to a premier are formed even before tickets appear at the box offices of the Cinema. This is exactly what was happening during the greatest, long-awaited Russia's premiers of the blockbusters The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. For example, during the premier of The Lord of the Rings Pushkinskaya Square was hard to recognise, because it was packed with crowds of Tolkien lovers dressed in costumes of his characters. And the Pushkinsky Cinema hosts not only Russia's premiers of the best films of Russia and other countries, but also world premiers! For example, the adventure action film The Scorpion King started at the Pushkinsky Cinema 8 hours before it did so in the USA!

A premier of a film is a special event, a true celebration for cinema lovers and experts. In the spacious lobby of the Cinema (in winter) or by the entrance, on the entrance ramp (in summer), a vivid theatrical performance related to the plot of the film is enacted. Among many spectators, one may see stars of Russia's show business, many of whom have never missed a single premier. For the lucky ones that have managed to get to the premier, various competitions are organised, and the winners receive awards that feature symbols of the film. And when a creator of the film takes part in the premier (for example, The Fifth Element was opened by the director Luc Besson and the actress Milla Jovovich and Shanghai Noon was opened by the actor Jackie Chan!), spectators get a unique chance to see their idols with their own eyes.

It is not necessary to arrive for the very beginning of a show at such a modern cinema as the Puskinsky Cinema. Having bought tickets in advance, one may wait for the show at one of the four Cinema's bars. There, one may have a snack, drink some tea or coffee accompanied by most delicious pastry, eat an ice-cream and, and to "make reserves" of popcorn and cold drink before entering the auditorium. The prices are quite affordable.

The thoroughly thought-through repertoire policy of the Pushkinsky Cinema, which basically means that the Cinema shows only the most interesting and exciting films made in Russia and other countries, helped to create a situation when spectators that would like to watch only the best films shown in Moscow may safely and confidently use the repertoire of the Cinema as a guide. The Cinema always shows the week's, the month's or the year's most important and most notable film. Follow the repertoire of the Pushkinsky Cinema to be sure not to miss any film worth watching!

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Pushkinsky Cinema, Karo Film

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