Most of the cinemas in Palma have become multiplex cinemas, where different films are simultaneously shown in independent screens.
The cinemas in Palma are: Augusta , Multicines Ocimax, Renoir, Metropolitan, Multicines Rivoli and Multicines Porto Pí. They screen the main films shown in Spain. Their opening hours are from 15:00 until 22:30, although they can vary. Films are usually dubbed into Spanish, except those that are shown at the Renoir cinema, which are in original version.
The recently built multi-screen cinema Cinesa Festival Park is just 15 minutes away from the city centre by car and is located within the complex of Festival Park, in the municipality of Marratxí.In Manacor there is also a big multi-screen cinema. You can check out the film listings and film times in the traditional or digital local newspapers.
Mallorca has a vocation for cinematographic sets.Palma Pictures is one of the world’s leading production service companies. Palma Pictures has provided service for over 750 commercials and 20 feature films. In 2007, the company began to cater to the world of photo shoots and now boasts a dedicated Photoshoot Division. 2007 also saw Mike Day (Managing Director), Trent Walton (Executive Producer) and Ramón Caravaca (Financial Director) become partners in the company.
The Mallorca Film Commission (MFC) was founded in November 2011. It is an agency created by the Mallorca Tourism Foundation to promote Mallorca through audiovisual languages related to culture and information, such as films or documentaries, amongst others. The Foundation believes that this kind of production capacity is able to transmit and generate a new narrative around the island of Mallorca, both at a national and international level.
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