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Pop up cinema at Utrecht Central station

Last updated 2 years ago by Michael Darmanin

The NFF starts the moment you arrive by train at Utrecht Central station. A pop up cinema has been set up at Utrecht Central station as part of the Nederlands Film Festival (NFF) which starts today until the 5th of October. The cinema is freely accessible and the films are suitable for all ages.

Have some spare time at the station? Why not walk walk in and enjoy one of the many short films and documentaries that will be running daily from 12 pm till 9 pm daily? There is around three hours of looped footage to be seen, so expect something new every time you come back.

The Pop-up Cinema will be opened by Silvia van der Heiden, director of the Netherlands Film Festival and Mirjam Schokker, manager of Utrecht Central Station. Visitors to this opening can win tickets to the premiere film Nobody which will be premiering at Pathé Rembrandt the same night.

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