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The Filmoteca de Catalunya (Film Archive of Catalonia) is a publicly-funded institution aiming at the recuperation, the conservation, the research and the dissemination of movies and audiovisual materials. Our facilities include two different...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Placa de Salvador Segui, 1-9, 08001 Barcelona, Spain
I ate with my friends here and I have to say that the place is really nice with polite service but,
I didn’t like the chairs, they were very uncomfortable, looked like those of the school of many years ago and specially the food.
This was a cool find that I stumbled upon. Check out their listings for free movies and see if one suites your fancy. I saw the Nasty Girl (Das schreckliche Mädchen), in German and it was subtitled in Catalan.
Date of experience: February 2017
FilmotecaCatalunya, CRM at Filmoteca de Catalunya, responded to this reviewResponded 17 May 2017
Thank you so much for your comment, Mintchip586! Hope to see you again in our premises enjoying good cinema!
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