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With its six screens in the heart of the city, the Saga multiplex is perhaps the largest and most important movie theater in Oslo. This is a family cinema that shows a wide variety of films, both Norwegian and foreign. Filmeffekten, a film memorabilia shop, is located in the lower hall at Saga. If you are lucky, you might also meet Småen - the funniest ticket collector in the city!
Klingenberg is located by Nationaltheatret underground station, right across the street from Saga cinema; but it is run for a slightly older audience than its "big sister." Klingenberg often shows films aimed at a mature and especially motivated audience. Many of the most hyped American films are shown here as well. This cinema has four screens, amongst them a spacious grand hall that is seldom full.
Cinemateket is a highly quality-conscious film club that is a part of the Norwegian Film Institute Center. Its two screens, show both old and new classics, as well as films that are too specialized, artsy, or otherwise deemed unfit for municipal cinemas. Nights when viewers don't know which film is going to be shown, are especially popular. The club also hosts the annual Films From The South Festival. During holiday seasons, members can invite guests in on their membership cards.
For a long time, Gimle has been recognized as a high-quality cinema that shows artistic, well-made films and offers a high level of comfort. It is also the only cinema in Oslo that serves wine on weekends. A visit to Gimle will guarantee you a relaxing and comfortable movie-going experience.
Experience cinema on a captivating grand scale at Colosseum Kino, Northern Europe's largest cinema and the world's largest THX cinema. Located in the Majorstuen district, this dome-shaped cinema has played a key role in the cinema history of Oslo. Premieres of long-running movies like My Fair Lady and The Sound of Music have been hosted here. The dome is more than 40 meter high and houses four screens with automated ticket vending system. Every movie-buff must atleast watch one movie here for an enthralling movie-going experience like none other.