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Thessaloniki Cinema Museum

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Well laid out and enjoyable

I grew up watching these films as I was growing up in Australia and I notice that Greek TV still... read more

Reviewed 21 June 2018
LitsaE
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Geelong, Australia
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An extremely well laid out and interesting museum. It focuses on Greek film which looks excellent... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2018
oniero
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Deal, United Kingdom
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The Thessaloniki Cinema Museum is housed in a landmark warehouse on the first wharf of the port of Thessaloniki, at the beginning of the old avenue along the waterfront, not far away from Aristotelous Square, in the center of the city. In...more
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Reviewed 21 June 2018

I grew up watching these films as I was growing up in Australia and I notice that Greek TV still shows a classic Greek film of the 50’s/60’s on the 10pm time slot each night. Enjoyed all the videos in this museum. There is also...More

1  Thank LitsaE
Reviewed 19 April 2018

An extremely well laid out and interesting museum. It focuses on Greek film which looks excellent and made us wish it was more widely available with subtitles!

Thank oniero
Reviewed 11 April 2018

small intresting musem for those intrested in old greec movies history...can well spend nice 2 hours in the port...

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Reviewed 11 February 2018

I loved it.The location,the architecture,the vibe. I love cinema and I loved it at first sight. I will definitely come back to this city in November during the film festival

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Reviewed 26 July 2017

This is a unique museum write on the seashore of the Thessaloniki city center where you can spend a very good one hour and move through the different stages of the Greek cinema. There are many item from the past which showcase the progress in...More

1  Thank 265rezas
Reviewed 4 June 2017

This museum takes you through the history of the Greek film industry. Its not very big, but well made and really nice.

Thank epspaan
Reviewed 8 May 2017

inside the port of the thessaloniki there are many buildings which are open to the film festival and also one fo them is the museum of cinematography..thessaloniki film festival is one of the best international festival and the museum is open all year round. near...More

1  Thank Michael A
Reviewed 6 May 2017

Rather than visiting this museum, just walk a few more meters and go have a look at the museum of photography. Honestly not too much to see and a very cold welcome.

1  Thank mariebl0is
Reviewed 17 July 2016

A wonderful exhibition with many film clips from movies You have not even heard of out of greece. Follow the museum's path through greek cinema history and watch excerpts from f.e. "Ekdromi" and "Stella" (the later featuring the one and only Melina Mercouri). Very friendly...More

Thank Ingo-Jens
Reviewed 4 November 2015 via mobile

My timing was right to visit as the Festival was on (last day) - museum in renovated warehouse at port. Very large space,extensive library and exhibition separated into different periods - old footage on screens ,stills , cameras, programs and other memorabilia The focus was...More

Thank 135Eleni
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