The Zamek Cinema is in the Pomeranian Dukes' Castle in Szczecin in the east wing (entrance A from the large courtyard).
The most convenient way to get there is using public transport, get off at the stop at Żołnierza Polskiego Square, then walk through Kwiatowa Avenue. It is also possible to reach it by car; next to the Castle, at Korsarzy Street, there is a car park (paid, zone A). At approx. 100 m, under the Castle Route, there is a car park for approx. 100 cars.
The Castle Cinema is intimate, comfortable, and cozy. The history of cinema at the Pomeranian Dukes' Castle in Szczecin dates to 1963, when the first equipment was purchased. Since then, it has been constantly developing, starting from investing in modern technologies, ending with comfortable armchairs. The cinema has undergone a process of digitization, screenings in 2D and 3D technology are held here. Both cinema premieres as well as fewer commercial productions are shown.
The cinema is small, the room can seat only fifty people. The unique and pleasant atmosphere mean that the movies are viewed in a much different way. No advertisements displayed before the screening is an additional convenience.
Since 2005, the "Castle" Film Discussion Club has been operating at the cinema. During the meetings, you can meet other enthusiasts of film art, talk, exchange impressions and thoughts on specific productions.
The cinema participates in many projects and is involved in the cultural life of the city. As part of the "Let's talk about the film" series, discussions, and screenings of films in original language versions are organized, which enables learning foreign languages.