Belgrade Cinema - The Dom Sindikata cinema from the list Belgrade Cinemas is the best known and most visited Belgrade cinema. The Cinema Hall of the House of Unions or Dom Sindikata was officially opened on 13th of June, 1957, and the first film ever projected was the local Yugoslav film "Only people" on 7th of September in 1957. The Great Hall of the Dom Sindikata cinema in Belgrade is equipped with the latest modern audio and digital systems such as Dolby Digital Surround Ex with digital tonne readers and a Dolby processor, while the second hall is equipped with multi-channel cinematic audio system Dolby Digital and audio readers with Dolby CP650 processor.
The Belgrade cinema Dom Sindikata in Belgrade is located at Nikola Pasic Square, near the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, Terazije fountain and Old Palace, in the very center of the city, in Dečanska street number 14, and is one of the oldest and most famous cinemas in Belgrade. Opening hours of the box office at the cinema Dom Sindikata are 12 am till 10pm every day. The most popular and the most current movies are screened. In addition to screening films, the halls of the Dom Sindikata cinema in Belgrade are also used for concerts and similar cultural events which makes Dom Sindikata a really an iconic place and an important pillar in the cultural development of Belgrade.
For more information on screenings and events, visit the official site of the Cinema Dom Sindikata in Belgrade.