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Free Outdoor Movie Screenings at Busan Cinema Center

 


Starting in the summer of 2012, the outdoor theater at Busan Cinema Center has been packed for free outdoor movie screenings. We invite all of you again this year to enjoy a special evening at the Busan Cinema Center.

The outdoor theater, where the opening and closing ceremonies of the Busan International Film Festival are held, has 4,000 seats under the giant roof which has become the symbol of the Busan Cinema Center.

The event attracted a total of 20,000 moviegoers in 2012 but saw its popularity nearly double in 2013 drawing nearly 40,000 visitors over the five month period. With an even greater variety of films being offered this year, organizers expect the event to continue to grow in popularity.

In order to coordinate with the city’s newly launched Culture Day, which falls on the last Wednesday of each month, the outdoor movie screenings have moved from Tuesday to Wednesday. This should provide residents and tourists alike with more opportunities to enjoy a wide range of great films.

Period: May 14th ~ September 17th
Screening time: Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Location: Dureraum (Busan Cinema Center) – U 1-dong, Haeundae-gu
Admission: Free


Movie Screening Schedule: 

May 14: The Snow Queen
May 28: Delicacy
June 11: I Love You
June 18: Midnight in Paris
June 25: The Miracle of Bern
July 2: Untouchable
July 9: Miracle in Cell No.7
July 16: Mamma Mia
August 13: Black
August 20: The Kid with a Bike
September 3: French Cancan
September 10: 3 Idiots
September 17: The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

Movie Times: www.dureraum.org/bcc/mcontents/progMovList.do?rbsIdx=61&progCode=20140409001

For more information, please visit the Busan Cinema Center website at www.dureraum.org or call at (051)780-6080.

Source: Busan City News


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