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The Coolest Movie Theaters in the World

Movie Theaters

A good movie theatre does half the job in helping you witness a cinematic experience like never before. They tend to have the right kind of features that will help you make the most of this experience. But not all movie theatres can enrich that experience or make it better. Among all the names, there are a few that can easily qualify to be the best due to a whole bunch of reasons. So to be more specific, we are going to name some of the coolest movie theatres and tell you why they’re cool.


1. Alamo Drafthouse (Texas, United States of America)

Alamo Drafthouse is one of those theatres that takes its policies seriously and goes beyond the limit to help people have a great time. Be it Heckle Visio or Micheal Bay; you will never be allowed to turn on your phone, talk or bring children below the age of 6. Although these rules might sound a bit harsh, it manages to help the theatre offer its people a great time. The great food that they offer is another reason why you need to visit this place at all costs.


2. Kino International (Berlin, Germany)

Kino International has a vast history that dates back to Germany’s socialist period. Due to this status, the place holds a long list of premiers, which thanks to the theatre, is a visual treat. The art-house experience goes to a whole different level, and some of the greats have had a good time watching the movie. Since nobody can alter the interior furnishing, Kino International will remain to be a gem for years to come.


3. 4DX (Seoul, South Korea)

4DX is one of those theatres that help you connect with the movie, and it’s characters to a whole different level. Apart from being one of the first 4-D movie theatres in the world, 4DX manages to redefine the 3-D experience and make you believe in magic. But due to the kind outlook and experience that you receive from this theatre, pregnant women, people with heart diseases and back pains might not find it to be suitable. But the rest can have a great time, and you need to feel it.

4. Cine Thisio (Athens, Greece)

To receive some of the best views, one needs to come to Cine Thisio in Athens. From the latest blockbusters to classic movies, you get all that you need from this theatre. Being established in 1935, it is one of the oldest outdoor movie theatres in Athens, which is open from April to October. Hence, if you ever want to do a theatre marathon, then Cine Thisio needs to be a part of your list.


After the accident that forced him to stop interpreting Hoy: the newspaper of Adam and Eve …, Miguel Ángel Solá returns to the stage. Tonight, at the Palacio Valdés de Avilés, he opens “For the pleasure of seeing her again”, with which he began a long tour of Spain.

What is the pleasure of returning to the theater?

Show me that I can continue to go on stage after the accident. I’ve been doing it for 49 years and I need it. And the pleasure of returning to work with my wife (Blanca Oteyza) and with the director (Manuel Gil González). And with the public, because without it there is no theater.

What is the play about?

The theme we touch is the relationship of a mother with a child. It is so great for everyone that at twenty minutes, as in Today: the newspaper of Adam and Eve …, the story of each one is triggered, each one completes it in a very powerful way. It is a story of love and recognition towards the mother, which is not only the one that brings you into the world, but the one that helps you stay.
The director says that the play “is simple theater, with the minimum of artifice.”
We like the theater that leaves the center of the stage to the actor and in which all that matters is emotion. You have to transmit it so that the public leaves, tell the work the next day, and the work that counts is already another, different from the one he saw, but which is the one that impregnated him. For the pleasure of seeing her again, she is one of those who wants to return to the theater, as with Hoy … that there were those who saw her ten times.
Does the work begin when the performance ends?
There it begins. A work, like a book, without anyone telling it after seeing it is dead.

Can you live without theater?

You can live without many things, but we need the theater from the caverns. The mammoth hunter had his gestures and his noises how fierce he was and how he had killed her … The man needs the news that the theater brings.
And you?
He attacked me 200 years ago and got into my blood like a poison. I am the ninth generation of actor, although only the sixth testable. It’s funny, because at first I didn’t want to know anything about the theater, it had taken me many hours to be with my mother. But at 20, recently graduated in Human Relations, I saw in the newspaper the announcement of a test and my vocation was born.
He acts with his wife with whom he has been 16, of the 10 they have shared on stage. Don’t tell me you chose the work by the title.
(Laughter) It was because of the content. It is not a text by Shakespeare, but it is a very beautiful, endearing work, with all the beautiful things that my mother would have liked to say.

Do the sufferings shared on stage help in real life?

Yes, the scenario cures the everyday shit.
The director says that you want to retire with that work.
I would have retired with Hoy … but I had the accident and I can’t do it for now. It was a very nice job like freshly baked bread, we did it more than 2,600 times and it was still fresh. I have also taken a lot of love from this one.
Where have you kept Dalmatia (Hoy character :)?
They are very present because he and Eloísa gave us our house. We had to work until exhaustion, mortgage ourselves to the eyebrows, but we owe them every brick, the clothes of our daughters and some of the best moments of our lives.
In the theater he usually plays cute roles, while in movies or television he makes tougher characters. Why?
Because the characters I do in the theater are paid by me. No one would think to order them.

Which ones do you prefer?

I like them all. Each character has its own reason, has left someone and needs to express itself, even if it is a person’s shit. I like those who make people laugh or cry, those who explain why it is worth living; and more those who caress than those who strike. But you have to love them, even if they are detestable. The hard part is finding the place to love them.

Tips for Teaching a Class on Performing Arts

Individuals tend to expect a lot from a teacher of performing arts because the entire aspect of the same is dynamic. As a performing arts teacher, you need to be constant, and your energy needs to flow accordingly. By all means, your class needs to be on top of their game, and all that needs to come from you. So how does one achieve that? Well, to be honest, there are many ways to accomplish that task and make people believe in you. So to shed more light on our way, here are some tips for teaching a class on performing arts.



Arriving on time and scheduling the class accordingly needs to be the first thing that you do. The type of discipline that you bring to class will inspire everyone to follow and take note of the same. Such small actions will tend to shape individuals, and you might not even realise that effect. For this purpose, you should always think about what you say and when you say it. Let art flow through your body all the time.

An Open Space

An open space is always recommended if you want to take the class forward. By all means, your students need to break their usual mould and be free for experimentation and critical thinking. Such aspects are the results of an open space, and you need to give them that feeling. The importance and flexibility of art can only be understood when there are no barriers ahead of them. So make sure to eliminate such barriers and make the path comfortable.

A Range of Activities

The importance of performing arts also lies in the kind of activities that you offer. These activities need to have a particular aim and should help them think. For this purpose, you need to make them go through a range of activities that help them in various ways. Sticking to the same old tricks is not the right way to go about teaching the class. So you need to be creative and need to come up with different activities that differ from each other.


Understand the Groups

The ability to perform without doubts and go up ahead might not be a starting point for everyone. Some may take time, and others tend to unleash it at the very beginning. For this purpose, it is always essential to look into such groups and take note of the ones who take time. Being with them, answering their questions and spending more time with them will encourage them to break the shell and come forward. So remember these points and always keep pushing your class to take the next big step.