Kino PIAST (cinema)

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This cinema was designed by the architect A. Rebiger from Berlin using elements of expressionism and art deco. The interior was designed by the artist Max Kujawa, also from Berlin, and the sculptor Georg Fürstenberg from Frankfurt. In 1925, it was formally opened in Frankfurt under the name of "Filmpalast Friedrichstraße". The first film was shown on January 17. It was a German silent film from the year 1924 by Richard Oswald, "Carlos und Elisabeth", based on a play by Friedrich Schiller.
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  • Kino Piast, Foto: Adam Czernienko
  • Kino Piast, Foto: Adam Czernienko
  • Kino Piast, Foto: Adam Czernienko
The cinema had to close in 1930. The premises were then used by the "Elyseum" restaurant until the cinema reopened in 1937, refurbished and modernised, now showing films with sound. The reopening was marked by a showing of the film "Patrioten" by director Karl Ritter from the year 1937.

Since then, the history of the cinema has been marked by its location in the German-Polish border area. It was nationalised after the Second World War and reopened on 1 October 1947 under the name of "Kino Piast" in what is now the Polish town of Słubice. The name "Piast" is derived from the first Polish royal dynasty, the Piasts. Piast was the country's legendary founder from the tenth century. A comprehensive Polonisation campaign was carried out after 1945 in the new Polish territories in the west and north, which had previously been part of Germany. This included the renaming of towns, streets and also of course cinemas. The preferred new names recalled the period between the tenth and twelfth centuries when these territories were under the rule of the Piasts.

The cinema was modernised again in 1963. It closed in 2005 for economic reasons. In 2012 you could still see a calendar bearing the date of June 2005 on a wall of the ruin. The rear of the building was demolished in December 2012. Fortunately, the valuable façade was placed under a preservation order in 2009 and has thus survived.
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This cinema was designed by the architect A. Rebiger from Berlin using elements of expressionism and art deco. The interior was designed by the artist Max Kujawa, also from Berlin, and the sculptor Georg Fürstenberg from Frankfurt. In 1925, it was formally opened in Frankfurt under the name of "Filmpalast Friedrichstraße". The first film was shown on January 17. It was a German silent film from the year 1924 by Richard Oswald, "Carlos und Elisabeth", based on a play by Friedrich Schiller.
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  • Kino Piast, Foto: Adam Czernienko
  • Kino Piast, Foto: Adam Czernienko
  • Kino Piast, Foto: Adam Czernienko
The cinema had to close in 1930. The premises were then used by the "Elyseum" restaurant until the cinema reopened in 1937, refurbished and modernised, now showing films with sound. The reopening was marked by a showing of the film "Patrioten" by director Karl Ritter from the year 1937.

Since then, the history of the cinema has been marked by its location in the German-Polish border area. It was nationalised after the Second World War and reopened on 1 October 1947 under the name of "Kino Piast" in what is now the Polish town of Słubice. The name "Piast" is derived from the first Polish royal dynasty, the Piasts. Piast was the country's legendary founder from the tenth century. A comprehensive Polonisation campaign was carried out after 1945 in the new Polish territories in the west and north, which had previously been part of Germany. This included the renaming of towns, streets and also of course cinemas. The preferred new names recalled the period between the tenth and twelfth centuries when these territories were under the rule of the Piasts.

The cinema was modernised again in 1963. It closed in 2005 for economic reasons. In 2012 you could still see a calendar bearing the date of June 2005 on a wall of the ruin. The rear of the building was demolished in December 2012. Fortunately, the valuable façade was placed under a preservation order in 2009 and has thus survived.
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Jedności Robotniczej 9

69-100 Słubice

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