Kinodvor City Cinema Ljubljana, Slovenia

As a public institution and City Cinema KKC offers quality film screenings, including openair screenings during summertime, connected events, side activities and film educational programs, primarily, but not just, for youth. KKC is fundamentally promoting quality film and film culture in a broad sense. As a venue for special events, among them film festivals, international conferences (one 2014 entitled Film Education in Cinemas), coacting with Slovene and international partners in offering its facilities, services and expertise. KKC is organizing additional activities as lectures and seminars, workshops and discussions, among which a Young Audience film and education programme for audiences younger than 14, and one for viewers older than 14 years. KKC is also holding a cinema archive available, a film bookshop and cinema café.

Kinodvor City Cinema Ljubljana, Slovenia

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