YUGOSLAVIAN FILM LIBRARY (КИНОТЕКА ЈУГОСЛОВЕНСКА)
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Overlooking Studentski Trg, the Place des Étudiants, in the heart of old Belgrade, in a building adjacent to the Square Nine Hotel, the Yugoslav Film Library is one of the most important in the world. Created in 1949, it holds in its archives nearly 100,000 copies of films, whether Yugoslav, Serbian or international. Nestled in a beautiful historic building renovated in 2007 with the support of France to meet the latest criteria and optimal archiving standards, it is an entire temple dedicated to the preservation of the treasures and memory of the seventh art. Its iconographic collection of more than 300,000 posters and photos allows it to regularly offer thematic exhibitions and retrospectives. This place of living culture offers two screenings a day, with a cinephile programme of foreign films with an extremely sure taste. We are almost certain to see great films from all periods, in their original subtitled version, in the charming projection rooms and for a symbolic sum. Notice to amateurs, the Cinémathèque publishes its biannual magazine Kinoteka, distributed free of charge on site. With its polished model, the quality of its iconography, its paper and its printing, it is a real coffee table book for film lovers
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Open every day, generally between 3pm and 9pm. Consult the program on site or on site for projections and temporary exhibitions. Two daily screenings (in original version with subtitles for foreign films), which generally start at 5:30 pm/18 pm and 8 pm/20:30 pm; count 200 RSD (just over €1.50).