Enjoying a summer night of Busan 1. Free cinema at outdoor theater of Busan Cinema Center
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    Enjoying a summer night of Busan 1.

    Free cinema at outdoor theater of Busan Cinema Center


    A midsummer night’s Cinema Paradiso


    Busan Cinema Center holds midsummer night’s outdoor movie screening of timeless classics every Tuesday until Sept. 11 for free of charge.


    Busan Cinema Center’s outdoor theater screens timeless classics Tuesday evenings at 8 p.m.


    Korea’s No. 1 cinema spot, Busan Cinema Center, holds summer night cinematic paradise. Cinematic works that shine the history of the world film industry, some memorable movies from “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and “Waterloo Bridge” to “Cinema Paradiso,” which describes beautiful friendship cemented through film like a poem, will be screened at the Busan Cinema Center.


    To celebrate vacation season, Busan Cinema Center holds a midsummer night’s outdoor movie screening for moviegoers and local citizens. Starting July 3, the movie screening will go until Sept. 11. It is a free screening program for foreign and local tourists visiting the city as well as local citizens.


    Midsummer night’s outdoor movie screening that the Busan Cinema Center ambitiously prepared as a summer project this year will be screening a total of 10 classical movies and latest films selected for popularity and cinematic quality at the outdoor theater on every Tuesday 8 p.m. for free.


    Busan Cinema Center’s Outdoor Theater is famous for a place of opening and closing ceremonies for the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF). The outdoor theater has a largest screen measuring 24 meter (78 foot) wide and 13 meter high.


    Also, its 4,000 seats and up-to-date audio visual equipment make audience appreciate fully the masterpieces with cool night’s breeze.

     Busan cinema goers can also take a refreshing stroll near the water before the screening starts.


    * Information: Busan Cinema Center (051-780-6000), Web site (www.dureraum.org) jjang55@korea.kr


    Tips> Free screening programs

    “Senior Theater” is a free program for seniors over 60. Memorable films that meet cinematic quality and entertainment value are selected and screened on second and fourth Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Cinematheque Hall for free. Tickets will be given on a first-come, first-served basis on the day of the screening at 9:30 a.m. on the sixth floor of the Busan Cinema Center. On Monday 8 p.m., there are various programs that screen films for free.

    □Screening schedule



    Tuesday, July 17

    Singin’ In The Rain

    Tuesday, July 31

    Waterloo Bridge

    Tuesday, Aug. 7


    Tuesday, Aug. 21

    The Piano Forest

    Tuesday, Aug. 28

    The Wizard Of Oz

    Tuesday, Sept. 4

    Kamome Diner

    Tuesday, Sept. 11




  • Jul 13, 2012