Charming arthouse cinema by the Senate Square. Summertime we also offer the one and only outdoor cinema in Helsinki: come to be enchanted by summer night in the city. Even light rain is no problem, sail cover keeps you dry, gas heating will be turned on in case of a chilly night. Fully stocked bar service and blankets available.
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The small and intimate old fashioned cinema is situated at the back of a popular pizzeria near Kauppatori. Several new European films are showing simultaneosly like Madres parallelas by Pedro Almodovar and the acclaimed Finnish road movie Hytti nro 6. In Finland films are shown in their original version with subtitles in Finnish and Swedish. For the moment there are three daily screenings, the tickets cost 11 euros.
Written 10 March 2022
Nov 2015 • Solo
Big screen special effects glitz and glam you won't find here. It wouldn't work. The 2 theaters are super small, cozy, and worn down -but it's a great intimate place to see the smaller budget, mostly arthouse films that are shown here. Bring your own snacks cause there is no fake buttery popcorn machines here.
Written 14 November 2015
Charming way to see a film in helsinki, to catch an evening open air performance in the courtyard here. The cafe sells coffee, tea, wine, cakes and sandwiches you can take into the courtyard. A selection of Rugs both thick and soft are provided to keep you Snug. No tickets in advance so drop by early to get a ticket if a popular film.
Written 3 August 2014
Kino Engel | Helsinki | UPDATED January 2023 Top Tips Before You Go (with Photos) - Tripadvisor
Frequently Asked Questions about Kino Engel
- Kino Engel is open:
- Sun - Sat 16:00 - 21:00