Kolosej De Luxe Kranj

Kranj

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Kino center Kranj

Stritarjeva 1 SI-4000, Kranj

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Following World War II there were two cinemas in Kranj – Kino Kranj (a private enterprise of Valentin Hvala) and Kino Stražišče (rented by Mirko Cegnar). Both halls were nationalised and managed after 1948 by Kinopodjetje Kranj, which also opened the Partizan, one of the most beautiful open air cinemas in Slovenia. Today’s Kranj cinema hall was opened in 1961. It has 472 seats and was in its day the best equipped hall in Slovenia. Kranj Cinema Centre became part of the Kolosej Cinemas group in April 2006.

Galleries

Kranj Foto Fest

24. 08. - 25. 09. 2022

Kranj

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Kranj Foto Fest

, Kranj

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Kranj Foto Fest has the goal to transform the medieval Kranj into a hub of contemporary photography in this part of Europe. Our aim is to promote contemporary photography searching for original forms of visual communication. The festival wants to exhibit, promote, support and develop the works of Slovenian and international artists, building a strong and lasting platform for contemporary photography. The program includes exhibitions, talks, workshops masterclasses, portfolio reviews and more!

Theatres

Week of Slovenian Drama

27. 03. - 8. 04. 2022

Kranj

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Teden slovenske drame

Glavni trg 6 SI-4000 , Kranj

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Organised annually by the Prešeren Theatre Kranj since 1971, the prestigious theatre festival Week of Slovenian Drama presents the most successful performances based on a Slovene play or text and staged in the last season by Slovene theatres. The festival, which usually runs for nearly 2 weeks, concludes with a ceremony at which the Grum Award is bestowed on the best original Slovene play, the Grün-Filipič Award is awarded for excellence in dramaturgy. Two awards are given for the best staging of a Slovene play appearing on the festival: the Šeligo Award, decided by an expert jury, and the Audience Award, voted by the festival audience.

Programme

Besides showcasing national productions, the programme also includes presentations of international stagings of Slovene plays. Thus far, the festival has hosted performances from Austria, Japan, Monte Negro, Great Britain, Serbia, Slovakia, Luxembourg, etc. Prešeren Theatre Kranj works hard to further expand the international part of the festival by devising round-table conferences involving famous dramatists, experts on theatre, producers, and publishers.