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Admiral Kino

Burggasse 119, 1070 Wien

With its 81 seats and location on Vienna's Neubaugürtel, the Admiral Kino is a genuine Grätzl cinema with a retro look that seems charmingly stopped in time. Since 2023, it has a new management and thus a lot of new ideas for innovation. It shows mainly European films and hosts special programs and events. Close cooperation with major arthouse cinemas and distributors allows many films to be shown for a longer time in the Admiral Kino, which has carved out a niche for itself in Vienna's cinema landscape.

Burg Kino

Opernring 19, 1010 Wien

The highly charming Burg Kino in Vienna, founded in 1912, is one of the oldest cinemas still in operation. It was one of the first cinemas in the German-speaking world to specialize in showing foreign films in their original versions. Even today, the Burg Kino is committed to the original version and shows sophisticated Hollywood cinema. Not to be forgotten are the regular screenings of the classic THE THIRD MAN (1949), which was filmed in Vienna and has been part of the cinema's repertoire since its revival in 1980.


Fleischmarkt 6, 1010 Wien

The CineCenter can look back on 40 years of history. In 1982 the cinema opened its doors, with its 4 halls it was one of the first multi-screen cinemas in Vienna.
What else makes CineCenter special? For one thing, its location on Fleischmarkt puts it right in the middle of the city and a stone's throw from the Danube Canal.
Secondly, all films can be seen there in German dubbed versions, an absolute novelty in Vienna's non-stop cinema network. With its 4 movie theaters, it also offers a remarkable variety of programs. On an average day, there are up to 10 different films to choose from.

De France

Schottenring 5, Heßgasse 7, 1010 Wien

The former Schottenring cinema was converted in the 1980s into one of the typical center cinemas of the time and, under its new name De France, was one of the first English OV cinemas in Vienna. In 2001 it was taken over by Votiv Kino GmbH and established as an additional venue. Due to its familiar atmosphere, intimacy and security, it has won a permanent place in the hearts of the audience and has become indispensable as part of the Votiv Kino family.


Margaretenstraße 78, 1050 Wien

The history of the Filmcasino, one of the most beautiful and lively arthouse cinemas in Vienna, begins as early as 1911, when a cinema was opened at the same location. Later it became the Margaretner Bürgerkino and in the fifties the Filmcasino. After a slumber lasting several years, it was reopened in 1989. With its 254 seats and its beautiful foyer, the Filmcasino is a carefully renovated MidCentury jewel among the local movie theaters.The diverse program includes daily screenings in original version with subtitles, supplemented by special programming including anime, music films, and thematic series and festivals.


Spittelberggasse 3, 1070 Wien

The studio cinema with its cozy bar was created by the Austrian Film Institute in 1994. In 2018, Filmcasino moved to Neubau and opened its second location there. The 100-seat single-screen cinema in the middle of one of the city's gastronomy hotspots features high-quality, daily programming: New European and Austrian cinema, independent films from around the world, documentaries and special screenings - all in original languages with German subtitles.


Augustinerstraße 1, 1010 Wien

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The Austrian Film Museum has been dedicated to the preservation, research and presentation of the medium of film since 1964. Its activities are as diverse as the art form itself: it is a research and educational institution, collects, preserves and restores film and has a cinema auditorium: in the so-called "Invisible Cinema" - specially designed and constructed to present film to viewers in its best possible form - at least two screenings take place every day, preferably on 35mm in the original version.


Parkring 12, 1010 Wien

Gartenbaukino is a special place among Vienna's cinemas. Built in 1960, it exudes the generosity and self-confidence of a classic premiere cinema. With its impressive large screen and 736 seats, it is the last large single-screen cinema in Vienna's city center. As an integral part of urban cinema culture, the Gartenbaukino is the central venue of the Viennale film festival, the site of glamorous openings and legendary night screenings, major premieres and diverse programs.

Kino wie noch nie

Open Air Augarten - Obere Augartenstraße 1, 1020 Wien

The cinema continues to cast a spell over its audiences and draw them into this magical space where entire universes open up, worlds disappear and new ones emerge. Every summer, the Augartenspitz is transformed into a particularly lively place and a real film biotope, where hundreds of people come together night after night to celebrate cinema both in front of and away from the screen.

From 27 June to 25 August 2024, KINO WIE NOCH NIE, the open-air venue of the Metro Kinokulturhaus in the garden of the Filmarchiv Austria, offers a best of the most exciting arthouse films of the past year, paired with classics, rediscoveries and some premieres.

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Metro Kino

Johannesgasse 4, 1010 Wien

In 2002, the Film Archive opened its first own venue, the Metro cinema, thus creating a prominent showcase for the museum's educational and presentation work. By 2015, the Metro had been expanded into a cinema culture house by incorporating additional rooms - with two cinemas, exhibition and event spaces, the multimedia presentation of Austrian film culture from its beginnings to the present day is possible.


Margaretenstraße 22-24, 1040 Wien

Schikaneder Kultkino not only impresses with its unusual, young and extravagant film selection, but also creates an individual and underground atmosphere with its symbiosis of cinema and nightclub. Film screenings are matched with Q&As, DJ lines and LGBTQIA+ events, everything until the wee hours of the morning. Whether in a cozy couch setting or on the dance floor - at Schikaneder everyone will find their place!


Akademiestraße 19, 1010 Wien

Stadtkino has a long history as a community cinema. Opened in 1981 at its first venue on Schwarzenbergplatz, it moved to the former Künstlerhauskino in 2013. The cinema program continues to include the greats of cinema, as well as young and socio-political cinema. There is a focus on Austrian cinema. In addition to regular film releases, many in-house events, Film & Talk, premieres and festivals (such as the Viennale and Vienna Shorts) take place here. The Ludwig & Adele restaurant is located in the foyer.

Top Kino

Rahlgasse 1, 1060 Wien

Top Kino shows arthouse and classic films with a focus on European film and films that address human rights. One of the many highlights is the breakfast cinema on weekends. Top Kino impresses with its cozy retro vibe in the cinema and its restaurant, which offers food and drinks at reasonable prices as well as a large garden in a perfect location for late summer days.

Votiv Kino

Währinger Str. 12, 1090 Wien

Built in 1912, Votiv Kino is one of the oldest cinemas still in existence in Vienna. In 1986 it was repositioned as an arthouse cinema, equipped with two additional halls and continuously adapted to today's demands for comfort and projection quality. Votiv Kino offers national and international film highlights, a wide range of events (premieres, film talks, festivals, baby cinema, film breakfast, film & wine and much more) and is one of the most frequented arthouse cinemas in Austria.


Graben 30, 4020 Linz

At City-Kino, more commercial movies have their place in downtown Linz. However, the original version remains a basic requirement. In addition to new releases, there are also horror and trash classics in the Creep Night series, as well as the Klassik im Kino series for classical music fans and, of course, children's films for the little ones.
In an urban flair surrounded by plants and unusual lighting, visitors can treat themselves to small dishes from the Gelbes Krokodil kitchen at Café Stern before and after their visit to the cinema or simply for fun.


Salzgasse 25, 4240 Freistadt

Blockbuster, arthouse and family films - with 3 halls, Freistadt Kino offers cinema for all. Since 1984, the cinema in the medieval old town of Freistadt has been run by the Steininger family and a young team. In addition to the regular program, special screenings are offered, from children's birthday parties and live events to opera or sports event broadcasts. Directors and actors are regular guests at film premieres and in summer the open-air cinema attracts visitors. The oldest arthouse cinema in Upper Austria is organizing the annual film festival DER NEUE HEIMATFILM in cooperation with the cultural association Local-Bühne Freistadt since 1988.


OK-Platz 1, 4020 Linz

Moviemento is firmly anchored in the OÖ Kulturquartier in Linz. The intersection between cinema, the OK exhibition house and the associated restaurants Gelbes Krokodil and Solaris makes the area a lively meeting place. The Moviemento team wants to create places where people can talk about film. In combination with the restaurant and bar, the aim is to "digest" the films in good company among film enthusiasts - not just at the numerous specials such as FilmBrunch or the Crossing Europe Film Festival.

Programmkino Wels

Pollheimer Str. 17, 4600 Wels

Founded in 1990 as a cultural association, the Programmkino Wels is now the only inner-city cinema in Wels and has been offering its audience film culture from the classics of the silent film era to current new releases for more than thirty years: in the historic building of the MedienKulturHaus we show a carefully curated programme in two halls, from arthouse films and children's cinema to film talks and live concerts to regular mediation programmes or event series for the youngest viewers from the age of three. Last but not least, the art house cinema is also the venue for the annual YOUKI Festival.

Filmzentrum im Rechbauerkino

Rechbauerstraße 6, 8010 Graz

Graz's oldest art house cinema was founded in 1922 as an "elite cinema" and, as a film center in the Rechbauerkino, has stood for sophisticated, off-mainstream cinema programming since 1977. All films are shown in the original version (mostly with German subtitles), in addition to the extensive range of feature films from all over the world, there is a particularly high proportion of documentaries on the program and under the title "Film Talks" infotainment evenings on specific focal points are added.
The Film Center at the Rechbauerkino also functions as a platform for Austrian (up-and-coming) film artists to present their works.

KIZ RoyalKino

Conrad-von-Hötzendorf-Straße 10, 8020 Graz

The KIZ Communication and Information Center is an independent, non-profit cultural initiative. Since 1973, the KIZ RoyalKino team has been committed to lively cinema and film culture in Graz with a focus on Austrian and European cinema on the one hand and English Cinema on the other. The constant sensitization of the audience through film series, repertoire and specials and through media pedagogical cooperation with schools, universities and educational institutions is part of the standard offer. From the very beginning, KIZ has also been the location of the Diagonale.


Museumsstraße 31, 6020 Innsbruck

An arthouse cinema for Innsbruck: A place that showcases the world, in all its facets. Cinema from 35mm projections to Digital Cinema 4k. No popcorn, no blockbusters - or only very occasionally. Films in original languages and a place for conversation. As the only cinema in Tyrol, it strives, along with the associated Leokino, to show films in their original format, in picture and sound.


Anichstraße 36, 6020 Innsbruck

Along with the cinematograph, the Leokino is the second, younger cinema operated by the Otto Preminger Institute in Innsbruck. In 1998/1999 the Leokino - in the western city center of Innsbruck - was restored and adapted to modern cinema operations.

Das Kino

Giselakai 11, 5020 Salzburg

The "Salzburger Filmkulturzentrum - DAS KINO" was founded in 1978. As Salzburg's only art house cinema, it shows a specially selected film program away from the mainstream, with particular emphasis on artistic quality and cultural diversity. In addition to Austrian and European works, productions from the U.S. independent scene as well as Africa, Asia and Latin America are presented - all films in the original version with German subtitles.

Kino im Kesselhaus

Dr.-Karl-Dorrek-Straße 30, 3500 Krems an der Donau

As the only arthouse cinema in Krems, Kino im Kesselhaus has been an important venue for the discussion of film culture since its founding in 2005. The program includes works of current international as well as domestic feature and documentary filmmaking, short, animation and experimental film programs. There are also numerous specials and special series, such as the Sunday film breakfast. In summer, the cinema shows film highlights on the big screen in the open air in a unique ambience amid vineyards and modern campus architecture.