Lumière Cinema won’t open until the end of this year resulting from a fire

Now searching for replacement spaces to screen movies.

(Source: Lumière cinema )

After a fire broke out in Lumière Cinema in Bratislava on September 20, it seemed that the cinema would close for only a few days. But the reality is different.

The Slovak Film Institute (SFÚ), which operates the well-known Bratislava cinema, will keep it closed until spring of next year. This is partly due to damage after the fire and reconstruction, previously planned for November.

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SFÚ is now looking for replacement spaces to screen movies.

Not known which films were destroyed

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