Key data

Completion: 2007
Client: Max-Film

Key figures:

volume: 72 500 qbm
total area: 15 200 sqm
office area: 3 000 sqm
# of cinema halls: 3
max. capacity: 555
overground levels: 6


First digital cinema

Legendary Praha Cinema was built in 1949 according to the design of Jan Bogusławski and Józef J. Łowiński, becoming the first post-war cinema in Poland. In 2007 New Praha Cinema took its place – a six stroey multiplex with a modern office space. Three cinema halls can seat 555 spectators. The facade of the building is decorated with twelve reliefs depicting the legends of Polish cinematography. The building itself is fully adapted for the disabled.

Cinema halls are equipped with NEC and Barco digital projectors as well as traditional 35 mm projectors and multimedia projectors. The cinema also has the option of displaying films in an interlock system and has a broadband internet connection enabling live broadcasts. In terms of audio – the cinema supports the Dolby Digital Surround sound system EX for Cinema Professionals.