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Cinemas in Naples by Gazettr


 by Gazettr

In the heart of the university quarter, this historic art house is frequented by young cinephiles. It's not open every day, and mornings are devoted to university classes. Its façade comprises part of the ancient Greco-Roman wall.

 by Gazettr

The Filangeri's three screening rooms bear the names of the greats of Italian cinema: Rossellini, Magnani and Mastroianni. The programme is devoted to independent - and mainly European - film.

The Space Cinema
 by Gazettr

Eleven screens make this the largest multiplex in the Naples area. Its varied programme ranges from blockbusters to kids' flicks. Although the younger set loves it, it's not particularly popular with Neapolitans in general, as films are shown without an intermission.

 by Gazettr

This former theatre was remodelled as a multiplex in 1994, with four screening rooms and a fifth room for videos. The usual fare is blockbusters, but some independents make it on to the bill. A stately old mirror is part of the original theatre's decor, and the seats in the ...

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