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THE MUSICAL THEATRE

THE MUSICAL THEATRE

Plac Grunwaldzki 1
80-372 Gdynia
tel. 58 621-15-09
The Festival centre, the most important place on its map. Main Competition film screenings, author meetings and the FPFF official opening and closing ceremonies are held here. THE FESTIVAL RECEPTION DESK is next to the entrance to the Festival Centre in Musical Theatre.
Gdynia Film Centre

Gdynia Film Centre

Plac Grunwaldzki 2
80-372 Gdynia
tel. 58 621-15-09
The Gdynia Film Centre, located in the heart of the city, next to the Musical Theatre, has been the new seat of the Festival Office and the FPFF Press Office since 2015. Press screenings of films participating in the Main Competition and special events, including book promotions and discussion meetings take place here. GCF Arthouse Cinema has modern cinema rooms – Warsaw, Goplana and Morskie Oko, as well as a Galerry/Bookstore and FaBuła cafe.
Helios Gdynia Riviera Centre

Helios Gdynia Riviera Centre

Kazimierza Górskiego 2
81-304 Gdynia

The Helios Gdynia Cinema is located in the largest shopping mall and entertainment centre of the third generation in Pomerania – Riviera Centre. It has 6 air conditioned screening rooms equipped with high quality sound devices, as well as Harkness pearl screens.
Consulate of Culture

Consulate of Culture

ul. Jana z Kolna 25
81-001 Gdynia
tel. 667 022 652
Consulate of Culture, opened in August 2018, is a joint project of the Culture Centre in Gdynia and the City of Gdynia. It was created in the revitalized historic building of the former Swedish Sailor's House, located at the intersection of Jana z Kolna and Władysława IV streets.
City Theatre in Gdynia

City Theatre in Gdynia

The only dramatic theatre in Gdynia. Famous actors such as Andrzej Wajda, Adam Hanuszkiewicz, Daniel Olbrychski, Maria Seweryn, Wiesław Komasa and Zofia de Inez played on its stage. The Summer Scene and the Festival of Polish Contemporary Arts R@port have made the City Theatre a unique place, appreciated and widely discussed around the world. The City Theatre in Gdynia has a theatre auditorium that can seat 286 spectators, and a so-called small stage, i.e. a cozy space for 100 spectators. Repertoire performances are staged at both. The Theatre also has a café-bar.