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Just below Taksim Square, this US-style multiplex has 11 screens, showing a mix of Hollywood hits, indie and Turkish film. The IF Festival takes place here...
This once imposing cinema has been carved into three smaller screens. The largest still boasts the city's most steeply raked auditorium.
During the golden age of Turkish cinema, Yeşilçam Sokak was Turkey's answer to Hollywood. No more. But the Emek still stands as a relic of former glories,...
Yeşilçam Sokak 5
Launched in 2002, this slick, hugely popular event is run by the cinema chain AFM. The programming is distinctly right-on, with strands dedicated to...
A state-of-the-art theatre within the new Istanbul Modern museum, which runs a monthly programme dedicated to home-grown and international art-house movies,...
Liman Işletmeleri Sahası
The ultimate cinema experience. Step into the cutting-edge complex and you're in a world of plush design and smooth service, from the ticket booths to the...
Kanyon Mall, Büyükdere Caddesi 185
Run by TÜRSAK (the Turkish Foundation of Cinema and Audiovisual Culture), this art-house venue shows almost exclusively indie fare, as well as hosting...
Çalıkuşu Sokak 2
Sultanahmet's only cinema couldn't be better positioned, right by a tram stop. All screens have Dolby Digital sound and offer a range of current US,...
Darüşşafaka Sitesi Pasajı
It's hard to imagine that this modern theatre was used as a club by the Germans during World War I. Two screens show varied local and international fare.
Yeşilçam Sokak 22
The Beyoĸlu has an authentic art-house feel with a programme to match. From July to September, there's a daily programme of critics' picks from the past...
At this small, basement art-house cinema, the programming leans towards local and European independent film. The charming foyer is full of old projection...
Imam Adnan Sokak 10