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What is a pop-up cinema?
The letter F and A with the questioning emoji. Frequently asked question: What is a pop-up Cinema?

Pop-up cinema takes film out of the theatre and to the people, creating unique screening environments that redefine and enhance the cinematic experience. A pop-up cinema is a general term for any type of cinema owned and operated independently outside of a building (and sometimes inside actually). For example; open-air cinema, outdoor cinema, sunset cinema, drive-in cinema, backyard cinema, silent cinema, movies under the stars, moonlight movies, community cinema, mobile cinema.


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And since you have asked, please feel free to peruse our blogs where you can find tips for cinema owners like pre-show ideas and what we call adjacent businesses to collaborate with. If you are interested, you can always Own Your Own equipment packages.

Pop-up Cinema is the first and only global pop-up cinema directory. We’ve done our best to make it easy for filmgoers to find a pop-up cinema in their area to attend. And for event organizers and party planners to find out where to rent screens and equipment. 

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