Burgsteindorf, Germany, German citizens marched to the local cinema to watch films documenting the horrors of the camps, 30/05/1945. The conquering forces of the British army forced the local population to watch films about the horrors commited by the Nazi government. At the same day, around 4000 residents of the village Burgsteindorf were forced to watch a movie containing scenes from the liberation of Bergen-Belsen and Buchenwald
Awesome cinema sign. I wish my theater had been as excited. Me and my friends were kind of busy scaring the people working there by screaming about every little thing. It's good to get it out of my system.
Odeon Cinema, Swiss Cottage, Camden, London, UK. My local cinema in the 1970s Oscar Deutsch established the Odeon cinema chain in 1933, and Odeon became a registered trade mark. His cinemas followed a style, embracing the modern movement and Art Deco, and many were new builds designed by Harry Weedon. The Odeon in Swiss Cottage was opened in 1937, and is unusual in being of red brick. Photographer:John Maltby Date Taken: 1937
"The adverts were created by the British design studio LaBoca and are influenced by Polish and Czech posters of the 60s and 70s, as well as ballet advertisements of the early 20th century." - http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/filmblog/2010/dec/20/black-swan-posters