Kotalnicheskaya Embank. 1/15,
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Located inside one of seven hulking Soviet Gothic style skyscrapers which Stalin erected during the 1940’s across Moscow (‘The Seven Sisters’). The 320-seat Illuzion Cinema was opened on March 18, 1966. This little cinema screens classic films, especially Soviet-era movies from the 1920’s-1940’s and is one of the only venues in the city to see these kind of films. It is operated by the National Film Fund of Russia.
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The Illuzion Cinema (or the Illusion Cinema in English) opened its doors on March 18, 1966 under the ownership of the State Film Fund. The theater itself teamed up with foreign archives and features retrospective screenings of films from Canada, Hungary, Italy, Czechoslovakia, Sweden, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
There were 300 events each year including 35mm screenings, classic film screenings, silent film screenings with musical conduction, first-run premieres, domestic and international film festivals and special screenings. The seating capacity as of 2022 stands as 254 seats.