Germany / 1929 169’ / B&W
Director | Fritz Lang
Screenplay | Thea von Harbou
Cast | Willy Fritsch, Gerda Maurus, Klaus Pohl
One of the boldest figures in cinema history, Austrian director Fritz Lang 1929 silent film Woman in the Moon is considered one of the first examples of sci-fi genre. Based on the director’s wife Thea von Harbou’s book The Rocket to the Moon, the film follows a group people searching gold in space.
- REGULAR - 30 TL
- STUDENT - 15 TL
Seating Plan: Seats are not numbered.
The Venue: Guests could enter the venue 2 hours before the session for which they have a ticket.
We would like to remind that the ticket allows enjoying the designated areas only. Visiting the film sets in Beykoz Kundura is not permitted. We kindly ask you to stay in the designated area.
Recording with a professional camera is not allowed unless you have a written permit. We ask you to leave your recording devices to the security point at the entrance of Beykoz Kundura.
Screenings: All the films, except from the children’s film, will be screened in the original language with Turkish subtitles. In case of a technical problem in the electronic subtitle system, first we will try to fix it and if it could not be fixed, the screening will be held without subtitles.
After the sessions begin, it is not allowed to enter the hall. We kindly ask our guests to attend the sessions on time.
Children: Children under the age of 3 are not allowed in the movie theaters to protect their hearing health. We kindly ask you not to bring children under the age of 7 to the movie theater, unless there is a children’s movie.
Recording: Recording by camera, mobile phone or any recording device is not allowed during the sessions.
Food&Drink: You may enjoy the food and drink services at Kundura Cinema or you may prefer Beykoz Kundura’s restaurant, Demirane.
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Weekdays: 10 am – 5 pm
Weekend: 12 pm – 9 pm
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