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Where To Watch Foreign Language Films In Moscow
November 30, 2012 16:50

As you live in Moscow, you may be wondering where to go to watch films in your native language. Doubtless there are different cultural centres, but if you prefer the ooze and groove of traditional cinemas, read on for a list of Moscow cinema halls that regularly screen films in foreign language. 

Several cinemas and art clubs in Moscow do regular screenings in native languages. National film festivals (for example, American Film Festival) normally do screenings in English (or relevant) language. Finally, cultural centres and embassies also offer a chance to watch movies in foreign language.

Dome Cinema (http://www.domecinema.ru/index.en.html)
35 (http://www.kino35mm.ru/)
Cinema Museum (http://www.museikino.ru/), screening at held in 15, Druzhinnikovskaya St., Salut Cinema
Solovei Cinema Centre in Krasnaya Presnya (http://www.kinocenter.ru/)
Kinoplex (http://www.kinoplex.ru/)
MDM Moscow (http://www.mdmkino.ru/)
VivaLingua KinoClub (http://vivalinguaclub.ru/category/kinoclub/)

Moscow Times ‘What's On’ section has movie listings including language and subtitle language. Information on screenings may also be available from the embassies and national cultural centres:

Italian Cultural Institute (http://www.iicmosca.esteri.it/IIC_Mosca)
Moscow French Institute (previously French Cultural Centre) (http://www.ccf-moscou.ru/)
Goethe-Institut (http://www.goethe.de)
American Centre (http://www.amc.ru/)
Spanish cultural events (http://www.maec.es/)
 


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian cinema Moscow cinemas foreign language films   

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