FNE together with Europa Cinemas continues its Cinema of the Month series. In recognition of the hard work and excellence of European cinema operators we choose a cinema from each country covered by FNE each month. We look at the challenges and the successes faced by those cinemas with a special series of interviews that offer insights that other operators can benefit from and a platform for the exchange of ideas. 

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This month we spoke with Boglarka Nagy, the programmer of the Elvira Popescu Cinema, a trendy cinema in Bucharest named after the most famous Romanian actress in France, Elvire Popesco…
Budapest Film Zrt. is the largest art house cinema network in Hungary, operating six cinemas in the capital city including a multiplex (Corvin Cinema), an event cinema (Kino Café), as…
This month we spoke to Urszula Biel, the manager of Kino AMOK from Gliwice, Poland. Opened in 1993, AMOK is an art house cinema specialised in Polish and European films.…
This month we spoke with Marijana Bosnjak, CEO and Head of Board of Kino Urania from the town of Osijek, in the Eastern part of Croatia. Cinema Urania/Kino Urania was…
This month we spoke with Vilma Levickaitė, the manager of Skalvija Cinema Center, a small and cozy art house cinema situated in central Vilnius. Well known amongst film lovers for…
SOFIA: Sofia Meetings, 13-16 March 2014, will host the Europa Cinemas workshop "New approaches and audiences in the digital age."
This month we are presenting the only film club in Paris showing Central and Eastern European films and we speak with Marketa Hodouskova, one of its founders.
This month FNE speaks with Sławomir Fijałkowski, the manager of Charlie Cinema from Łódź, Poland. In the past 20 years, Kino Charlie has become a flagship of Polish art house…

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