Lower Silesian Film Centre

Lower Silesian Film Centre has 4 screening rooms and was opened in 2011 in the place of the old cinema “Warszawa”.

It offers a wide choice of films from Poland, Europe and the whole world - mainly “studio films”. There are also special screenings, premieres, previews, festivals and meetings with artists - permanent and temporary.

Lower Silesian Film Centre (Dolnośląskie Centrum Filmowe - DCF)  has 4 screening rooms, named after old cinemas in Wrocław: Warszawa, Lalka, Lwów and Polonia (244, 138, 132 and 70 seats). It is one of the newest studio cinemas in Poland; it has analogue and digital projectors (with 3D option), Dolby Digital Surround EX, air conditioning, comfortable seats and many facilities for the disabled. In the building there are also: KINO Gallery of Faculty of Graphic Arts and Media Art of Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław, place for meetings with artists, bar, cloakroom, conference rooms, offices and exhibition rooms.


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