Welcome to Open Cinema Belfast

Hosted by Redeemer Central Belfast

Family Matinee

A family-friendly cinema, screening the best in classic and contemporary film

Classics: Old & New

Join us this Autumn, Tuesdays at 7pm

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What is open Cinema?

OPEN CINEMA is an award-winning network of community cinemas for excluded people. Each week participants watch the best in contemporary cinema and work with professional filmmakers to create films of their own. The Open Cinema philosophy is that people excluded from society need the benefits of culture as much as information and food. Open Cinema takes film to people at the margins, and brings them and their aspirations to the centre of cultural life.

More about us

Where is it?

JOIN US for our weekly screening events at Redeemer Central, 101 Donegall Street, BT1 2FJ

How much does it cost?

FREE! All screenings are completely free.

Find us
This Autumn, Classics: Old & New
captain-america

Captain America: The Winter Soldier – 30th September, 7pm

the-third-man

The Third Man – 7th October, 7pm

the-lego-movie

The Lego Movie – 11th October, 1:30pm

the-wrestler

The Wrestler – 14th October, 7pm

strangers-on-a-train

Strangers on a Train – 21st October, 7pm

dallas-buyers-club

Dallas Buyers Club – 28th October, 7pm

bullitt

Bullitt – 4th November, 7pm

101-dalmations

101 Dalmations – 8th November, 1.30pm

mad-max

Mad Max – 11th November, 7pm

beasts-of-the-southern-wild

Beasts of the Southern Wild – 18th November, 7pm

back-to-the-future

Back to the Future – 25th November, 7pm

the-color-of-money

The Color of Money – 2nd December, 7pm

the-grinch

How the Grinch Stole Christmas! – 6th December, 1.30pm

pulp-fiction

Pulp Fiction – 9th December, 7pm

x-men

X-Men: Days of Future Past – 16th December, 7pm

wonderful-life

It’s a Wonderful Life – 21st December, 3pm

Redeemer Central

Hosted by Redeemer Central Belfast, Northern Ireland.

lloyds

Supported by the Lloyds TSB Foundation for Northern Ireland.

lottery

Supported by the Big Lottery Fund.

man-made

Supported by ManMade – Damn Fine Cakes.