Cineworld Fountain Park

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13-screen multiplex, including Edinburgh's only IMAX screen, showing a mix of mainstream releases, Bollywood films and the odd lower-key indie movie

13-screen multiplex, including Edinburgh's only IMAX screen, showing a mix of mainstream releases, Bollywood films and the odd lower-key indie or foreign movie. In June it dedicates some of its screens to showing films as part of the Edinburgh International Film Festival, with red carpet events and special guest appearances.

Venue name: Cineworld Fountain Park
Contact:
Address: Fountain Park
130/3 Dundee Street
Edinburgh
EH11 1AF
Price: £7.70-£9.30
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