Closed for renovations. Said to be the second oldest cinema in Poznań, this place opened up in 1908 and over the years has earned itself something of a loyal following despite a number of name changes including ‘Europa,’ ‘Świt’ (Dawn) and, perhaps most interestingly, ‘Wolność’ (Freedom) after the end of WWII. With “We know what we play” as its motto, Muza has operated under its current name since the 1950s and great care is paid to the repertoire which tends to focus mainly on European productions. In order to attract a wide variety of audiences, Muza organises plenty of film festivals and dedicates certain days to different groups. Students can often be found during their ‘DKF Kamera’ screening/discussion groups, ‘Family Mornings’ provide the perfect opportunity for parents to meet up with friends in a child-friendly environment, and 'Blind Cinema' gives those who are bored of routine the opportunity to go on a blind date with a movie. Films and festivals aside, one of the things we love best about this place is the small bar which sells a great little selection of beers, coffees, and cakes. On a busy day, you will often see punters enjoying their pre-movie snacks and drinks in the cosy seating area hidden just around the corner.
Box office open from 14:00; Sat, Sun 30 minutes before the first showtime.