Tucked away in the deep southeastern corner of the Zona Colonial, this hidden treasure is the country's first '4D' movie theater. The first three dimensions are what you'd expect, but fourth brings in the elements –…
Cuba's improbable poor man's film festival hosts most of its cutting-edge movies (some in English) in this small but quirky cinema covered with distinctive art-house movie posters. If you're going to go to the cinem…
If you need a movie fix, Cine Culebra is as good as it gets: a converted shipping container with a huge flat-screen TV and theater seating. Not bad for four bucks! Films screened on Tuesday and Friday only.
If it's too rainy for the beach, head to this seven-screen cinema (the island's only one), which shows blockbuster new releases and cult classics. The air conditioning is always up high, so bring a jacket.
The first date (and first kiss) of many an enamored cubano has taken place at this classic modernist cinema on Vedado's main crossroads. It's also a major venue in the December film festival.
One of the island’s few art-house cinemas, this place shows a good selection of independent films from around the world. It’s a block from the Hato Rey Tren Urbano station.
This art-house cinema was once a sanctuary for adult-only movies. These days it shows independent films from around the world, as well as Hollywood blockbusters.
Ken Loach movies, French classics, Cuban film festivals – catch them all at this Vedado staple, which houses the Cuban film archive.
Located in a huge shopping mall, this 13-screen multiplex screens first-run Hollywood fare.
A multiplex cinema that's plush by Cuban standards, Infanta is an important venue during December's international film festival.