Lumiere CinemasSadly closed it's doors in August 2005, although web site reports 'closed at moment' so check in case they re-open.
Named after the founders of cinema exhibition, the French brothers Auguste and Louis Lumiere who first publicly screened their films in Paris in 1896, Melbourne's own LUMIERE CINEMAS are independently owned and operated.
Recognised for maintaining a tradition of screening an eclectic range of acclaimed award winning international films, the Lumiere Cinemas have forged a place in Melbourne's cinema firmament.
Modest and unprententious, the Lumiere Cinemas are proud of their independence. The cinemas are not owned or associated with Village Roadshow (as are Palace Cinemas and the Nova in Carlton) or with the US owned Reading Theatres (as is the Classic in Elsternwick) nor the Sydney based Becker Group (as is the Kino).
In fact, the Lumiere is one of the few independent first-release cinemas still operating in Melbourne.
We hope that our patrons continue to support us in maintaing our independence as we continue presenting a world of international cinema.
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❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ 108 Lonsdale St, Melbourne | Map
✆ 9639 1055
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