Kino Mikro

Kino Mikro—or Mikro&Mikroffala Film Art Club—began its activities in 1984 and is now run by the Cinema Development Foundation. It promotes artistic cinema and hosts unconventional film reviews and series or various festivals. It was here that the legendary "Micro-Show" evenings took place, i.e. happenings by unconventional artists, where you could be attacked by a pack of vampires invading the cinema through a window. The Mikro hall has 123 seats; the intimate Mikroffala room has 14. Since 2013, the cinema has also operated a hall in the Galeria Bronowice mall, which has 35 seats.

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Kino Mikro—or Mikro&Mikroffala Film Art Club—began its activities in 1984 and is now run by the Cinema Development Foundation. It promotes artistic cinema and hosts unconventional film reviews and series or various festivals. It was here that the legendary "Micro-Show" evenings took place, i.e. happenings by unconventional artists, where you could be attacked by a pack of vampires invading the cinema through a window. The Mikro hall has 123 seats; the intimate Mikroffala room has 14. Since 2013, the cinema has also operated a hall in the Galeria Bronowice mall, which has 35 seats.

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