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Cinema in Ibiza

Why not take a break from the disco and catch a movie in Ibiza?
VOSE = Stands for Version Original Subtitulada Español
– which means the film is showing in it’s original format, with Spanish subtitles.
So if you looking for an English language movie, look for the VOSE abbreviation next to the title – and of course check that the film is in your native language (as VOSE will also be used whether the film is English language, Italian or French etc).

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Cinema Paradiso  For: Independent Films and Cult Classics VOSE
Where: All over the island.
The concept behind Cinema Paradiso is that they are a pop up cinema, with locations all over the island.
But here are a few of there most popular destinations:
Dalt Villa (Baluard de Sant Pere) ~ Santos Ibiza (Playa d´en Bossa) ~ Amante Beach Club (Cala Llonga) ~ Surf Lounge (San Antonio Bay) ~ Typic Hotel (San Antonio Bay) ~ Cala Llonga Beach – for kids movies 
Languages: VOSE
About: Cinema Paradiso is a pop up cinema that holds open air movie nights in popular venues across the island. In Cala Llonga for example – they are focused on showing kids films, and other locations they show independent movies and cult classics in their original versions. They are also available to hire as a private home cinema experience for private villas – to find out more about them or their schedule, visit their website.


Teatro de España  For: Mainstream cinema + movies in original (usually English) version
Where: Santa Eulalia: Calle San Jaume, Santa Eulalia des Riu, 07840
Languages: Castellano dubbed and VOSE
About: Teatro de España on Santa Eulalia’s main high street shows up to a half a dozen English films each month, so if you have an odd rainy day to kill – or are soothing off some sunburn – why not take a look? Check the timetable by clicking the link here.


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Cine Regio – Languages: Castellano dubbed and VOSE 
Where: San Antonio: Carrer Barcelona, 5, 07820 Sant Antoni de Portmany, Illes Balears
For: Mainstream cinema and also movies in original (usually English) version
About: As well as dubbed movies in Spanish, Cine Regio in San Antonio also show VOSE (Version Original Subtitulada en Español) films if you prefer to see the film in it’s original format – check out their facebook page for a timetable of what’s coming up.


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San Josep – For: Independent Cinema VOSE
Where: Centre de Cultura Can Jeroni, San Jose
Languages: Films from all over the world in a range of languages in their original format with Spanish subtitles.
About: Every Friday night throughout Summer at 9pm the cultural centre in San Jose will show an independent film subtitled in Spanish. Check out their timetable here.


IbiCine @ Helher Studio – For: Short Films/Independent Film Festival Films
Where: Ibiza Town: Calle Doctor Fleming, 2 Local – Derecha, 07800
Languages: Usually, the short films are in Spanish, where possible they are subtitled in English.
About: IbiCine is a bi-weekly short film festival, in held in a small videography studio in Ibiza Town. To find out what’s coming up next, when the next free short film night will be, please check the schedule on their facebook page.


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Cines Multicines – For: Mainstream cinema and big blockbuster movies
Where: Ibiza Town:
Languages: Castellano dubbed
About: Multicines in Ibiza Town is really the most mainstream cinema that exists in Ibiza, it shows all the big blockbusters dubbed into Castellano, as well as Spanish language and movies from Spain and South and Central America (although usually these are not subtitled into English).

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