Cinema Night: Enjoy movies free of charge on December 28th

Sarajevo, UNESCO city of film, is organizing an event as a gift to the audience, during which the entrance to Sarajevo cinemas will be free of charge from 5 pm to midnight.

Updated: 2021/12/24

Citizens of Sarajevo and tourists will have the opportunity to enjoy free movies as part of this event in the following Sarajevo cinemas: Cineplexx, CineStar, Multimedia Center Ilidža - Igman Cinema, Meeting Point, Novi Grad and Free Cinema Valter.

All cinemas have prepared an interesting program for all generations and fans of different genres for December 28.

CineStar Sarajevo will show the following films free of charge from 5 pm to midnight:

  • Južni vetar: Ubrzanje
  • The Matrix Resurrections
  • Nebesa
  • Deset u pola
  • Spencer
  • West Side Story
  • Christmas is canceled
  • Norm of the North: King Sized Adventure
  • Dragon Rider
  • Encanto
  • Dune
  • Eternals
  • King Richard
  • Tides

Tickets are available only at the box office of the CineStar Sarajevo in the Bingo City Center from Monday, December 27. The program with the exact timetables will be published on the cinema's website on the same day. Reservations are not possible. It is possible to pick up 3 tickets per person.

Cineplexx Sarajevo is showing the following films for free from 5 pm to midnight:

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home
  • Dragon Rider
  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife
  • Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City
  • Norm of the North: King Sized Adventure
  • Christmas is canceled
  • Tabija
  • Koncentriši se, baba
  • Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard
  • Spencer
  • Deset u pola
  • Toma
  • My Son

Tickets are available from Friday, December 24 exclusively at the box office and reservations are not possible. It is possible to pick up 4 tickets per person. The box office is open on weekdays from 2.30 pm and on weekends from 10.30 am.

The Meeting Point Cinema is showing two films on this occasion: at 5.30 pm the film “Tabija” by Igor Drljača and at 8.30 pm “Deset u pola” by Danis Tanović. Tickets will be available at the Meeting Point Cinema one hour before the start of the screening.

The Walter Free Cinema will show Bahrudin Bata Čengić's "The Role of My Family in the World Revolution" at 5 pm and the Shorts on Repeat short film program at 7 pm: "Home, sweet home" (Mirko Kosmar, 1983), “Packaging” (Velimir Stojanović, 1972), “First Step” (Miloš Babić, 1987) and “Charm of Bureaucracy” (Vefik Hadžismajlović, 1987).

Two screenings will be held at the Multimedia Center Ilidža - Igman Cinema: at 6 pm "Deset u pola" by Danis Tanović, and at 8 pm " Koncentriši se, baba" by Pierre Žalica. Tickets will be available one hour before the start of the screening.

Danis Tanović's comedy "Deset u pola" will be shown in the Novi Grad Cinema at 6 pm and 8.30 pm. Tickets will be available one hour before the start of the screening.

Cinema night will be organized in accordance with epidemiological measures, and cinema capacities are limited.

The event will be held for the first time in Sarajevo symbolically on the day when the Lumiere brothers held the first cinema screening in the world, on December 28, 1895 in Paris. We hope that this event will become a tradition in Sarajevo, which was officially declared the UNESCO city of film in 2019.

As a proud member of the UNESCO Global Network of Creative Cities, the City of Sarajevo strives to offer rich and diverse cultural and film content available to all citizens and visitors of Sarajevo through the creative field of film, supporting the Cinema Night event.