Cine Lumiere I & II
17 Queensberry Place,
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Institut Francais (Official)
Styles: Art Deco
Previous Names: Cine Lumiere
Located within the Institut Francais du Royaume-Uni in the West London district of South Kensington. The Art Deco style building was designed by French architect Patrice Bonnet, opening in 1939.
The Cine Lumiere is located on the first floor and was originally a theatre. It was retro-fitted to cinema use in 1996 to the plans of architect Jean-Francois Darin and was opened by French film actress Catherine Deneuve. The cinema had 330-seats.
The Cine Lumiere was temporarily closed from July 2008 until January 2009 for renovation to the plans of architect Stefanie Fisher. Seating was given as 225. All films are shown in their original language versions, with English sub-titles. It is equipped with digital, 35mm & 16mm projectors. In late-2019 a second screen was opened on the lower floor. It has 32 seats.
The Cine Lumiere is a Grade II Listed building.
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