University Cinema Scala

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Program today

14:00
80 Kč
ENG.F. SEN Bio Senior
17:30
130 Kč
ENG.F.
20:30
0 Kč
LUX LUX Film Days
23:00
130 Kč
NJ Night Screenings

MET 2019/20

Dear Viewers,

 

New MET cycle is up and running. Next, we are screening Wozzek /Alban Berg/ on 11.1.2020 at 6:45 pm.

 

We look forward to seeing you!

 

Yours Scala


Karel Vaca - Movie Posters

Exhibition: Karel Vaca - Movie Posters

/100th Anniversary Exhibition/ University Cinema Scala - 17.10. - 31.12 Born July 21, 1919 in Prostejov, died March 31, 1989 in Prague. Painter, graphic artist, illustrator and stage designer. He studied at the Rotter School of Advertising Graphics in Prague (1937-1938) and the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague (1945-1950; Emil Filla). He has been exhibiting collectively since 1941, independently since 1948. After his studies, he was briefly employed as a corporate designer at Prvoděv Prostějov. Member of the Trasa group (since 1959). He created 70 stage sets together with costumes. He was also known for book making and caricature. He created 130 illustration files and book covers. He was one of the most distinctive Czechoslovak afishists. Since 1958 he has worked with the Central Film Rental Prague, for which he created more than 300 posters by 1988. He was a long-time member of selection poster commissions. As an uncompromising advocate of art posters he made a significant contribution to the establishment of the Czechoslovak poster school. With his help, many leading artists and a number of young, talented artists were given the opportunity to work in this field. Together with his classmate Milan Grygar, Zdeněk Ziegler and Karel Teissig, he formed an absolute top of artists devoted to designing film posters. Award-winning film posters: 1964 second prize at the Karlovy Vary IFF (Sweet Life and the Defendant); 1977 The Hollywood Reporter Special Award (White Odyssey); 1980 Grand Prix at the Chicago IFF (Grand Prix Race); 1982 Third Hollywood Reporter (Don't Call Me Major!); 1984 Silver Medal at the Chicago IFF (Dust in the Dust); 1988 Honorable Mention “The Most Beautiful Poster of the Year” (The Great Movie Robbery). terryhoponozky.cz terryposters.com


MET 2019/20

Dear Viewers,

 

New MET cycle is up and running. Next, we are screening Wozzek /Alban Berg/ on 11.1.2020 at 6:45 pm.

 

We look forward to seeing you!

 

Yours Scala


Karel Vaca - Movie Posters

Exhibition: Karel Vaca - Movie Posters

/100th Anniversary Exhibition/ University Cinema Scala - 17.10. - 31.12 Born July 21, 1919 in Prostejov, died March 31, 1989 in Prague. Painter, graphic artist, illustrator and stage designer. He studied at the Rotter School of Advertising Graphics in Prague (1937-1938) and the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague (1945-1950; Emil Filla). He has been exhibiting collectively since 1941, independently since 1948. After his studies, he was briefly employed as a corporate designer at Prvoděv Prostějov. Member of the Trasa group (since 1959). He created 70 stage sets together with costumes. He was also known for book making and caricature. He created 130 illustration files and book covers. He was one of the most distinctive Czechoslovak afishists. Since 1958 he has worked with the Central Film Rental Prague, for which he created more than 300 posters by 1988. He was a long-time member of selection poster commissions. As an uncompromising advocate of art posters he made a significant contribution to the establishment of the Czechoslovak poster school. With his help, many leading artists and a number of young, talented artists were given the opportunity to work in this field. Together with his classmate Milan Grygar, Zdeněk Ziegler and Karel Teissig, he formed an absolute top of artists devoted to designing film posters. Award-winning film posters: 1964 second prize at the Karlovy Vary IFF (Sweet Life and the Defendant); 1977 The Hollywood Reporter Special Award (White Odyssey); 1980 Grand Prix at the Chicago IFF (Grand Prix Race); 1982 Third Hollywood Reporter (Don't Call Me Major!); 1984 Silver Medal at the Chicago IFF (Dust in the Dust); 1988 Honorable Mention “The Most Beautiful Poster of the Year” (The Great Movie Robbery). terryhoponozky.cz terryposters.com


Exhibition archive

First time here

Scala is an arthouse cinema in the centre of Brno.

After two years of being closed, kino Scala opened again on October 14, 2013. The cinema is managed by the Masaryk University in cooperation with Aeropolis, providing the program of the cinema. Masaryk University hired Scala from the City of Brno and uses it for academic and educational activities. Kino Scala is back, welcoming students and general public.

  • Screening hall with 475 seats
  • Bar with Wi-Fi
  • Programmed in 2-week cycles
  • Digital projection provided by Barco DP4K-19B
  • Dolby Digital Plus 7.1
  • Screenings for seniors
  • 30 CZK discount per ticket for students
  • Ticket prices between 50 — 350 CZK

Screening hall

  • 475 seats
  • Screening in 4K resolution
  • Dolby Digital Plus 7.1
  • Projector Barco DP4K-19B
  • 35mm projectors
  • separate projector for subtitles

Bar as a Small Screening Hall

  • 55 seats
  • HD quality screening
  • Stereo

Almost 100 years of history

  • Started in 1929 as Bio Dopz.
  • Renamed to Scala in 1935.
  • The building burnt down at the end of WW2.
  • Renamed to kino Moskva in 1948.
  • CinemaScope screen installed in 1957.
  • Rebuilt to a panoramatic 70mm theatre in 1973.
  • Renamed back to Scala after the Velvet Revolution.

Contacts

  • Address: Scala, Moravské náměstí 3, 602 00, Brno.
  • Invoice details: Aeropolis s.r.o., Mladkov 21, 679 01, Boskovice
  • Box office is open 5 to 9 pm or 1 hour before the first screening.
  • Contact us at info@kinoscala.cz.

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