Also known as the Strand, Cinema and Downtown Cinema. In the mid'60s the Strand was remodled and renamed Cinema and ran a program of foreign movies at the then pricey admission of all seats $1.00. On Dec 25 1965 it became the home of ‘The Sound of Music’ for 44 weeks.It was on the southeast corner of 8th street and Phillips Ave, a spot now graced by an old horse watering trough.
Meisengeige, Am Laufer Schlagturm 3 90403 Nürnberg - an art cinema and pub which was a former bakery – the name of the Baker's Shop Gustav Emmert still adorns the facade – in 1970 became Nuremberg's first art-house cinema. Domestic and foreign movies of acclaim are shown - most by independent movie makers.
Andrzej Wajda - one of the best polish movie directrors. 1981 Palme d'Or ("Golden Palm") 1982 César 1990 Felix 1998 Golden Lion 2000 honorary Oscar 2006 Golden Bear Four of his movies have been nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film: The Promised Land (1975), The Maids of Wilko (1979), Man of Iron (1981), and Katyń (2007)
Stefanie Zweig “Nowhere in Africa” - In 1938, a Jewish family flees from Nazi Germany to Kenya. This is an almost-autobiography of the author who is nine years old at the time. She has written a lot about the continent where she left her heart: Africa. The novel was it was made into a movie and received an Oscar for best foreign film. ... One of my favourite books.