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Caliwood Cinema Museum its located in Cali, Colombia. The newly opened museum is currently the only cinema museum in the country preserving the largest collection of theatre projectors, movie cameras, photo cameras, posters, and memorabilia.
Avenida Belalcazar No. 5A-55 Oeste - Edificio El Retiro, Cali, Colombia
Fantastic little museum. I paid a visit on the recommendation of the front desk of my hostel, and I'm really glad I did. For a small museum, they pack a lot in - there's a large selection of projectors and cameras as well as movie...More
I went to Caliwood early one morning after realizing that Museo de Tertulia did not open until 10AM. I did not expect to enjoy it as much as I did. We did an audio tour which guided us through several displays and rooms. There were...More
A wonderful little museum,definitely worth a visit when in Cali.We were lucky to get a personal tour by very enthusiastic Santiago who really took us back in time showing us films,cameras and other things we totally have forgotten about today.A great collection of things from...More
Caliwood is a great way to spend an afternoon when visiting Cali. It is a small museum with a fascinating collection of cameras, movie projectors, film posters, and more. The museum alone is really cool, but what made my experience great was the eagerness and...More
I went there with a couple of friends and their kid.
Great way of learning about the Cali and Colombian film making history.
It might be a little too small, but you have to cherish how much they have done with so little space!
This small museum details the interesting history of film in Cali. I was greeted by Santiago, who explained the free audio tour so I didn't get lost. I still got kind of lost because the english instructions were a little confusing but honestly, it was...More
This small museum has an incredible selection of cameras and cinematic equipment. It made a nice change from the usual museums housing archaeological or religious artefacts, and my favourite part was watching a few original short films and cartoons. The owner and staff are lovely,...More