Oh Factor– The city is going more creative when theatres were just four wall rooms with hundreds of crowd sitting in front of a big screen with a popcorn bucket in the hands. But now, see of the such movie theatres and enter into the world of real creativity.
Here we have found some mind boggling theatres which are creative at fullest just like cafe as well lounge. Here is the entertainment.
- Lost the Plot
This film club named Lost the Plot has a wide variety of genres- cults, noir, foreign language hits, classics, short films and documentaries. You can enjoy watching some amazing films while sipping a beer under the stars at Lost the Plot. This place is located at Aundh.
2. Arbhaat Film Club
This place basically entertains with the short films or medium length films. Started with the intention of focussing on short films that were content driven, they now screen international as well as regional cinema – both well known and obscure. Once in every three months, they also throw the spotlight on a documentary that focuses on topics pertaining to India or by homegrown filmmakers.
3. Ashay Film Club
This film club is located at Law College Road. Originated by Satish Jakatdar and his dearly friends during their college days as an avenue to watch meaningful international and regional cinema. They also conduct an annual Film Appreciation Course for four weeks every September. Members can watch two films every month.
4. Viman Talkies
An initiative of Symbiosis Centre for Media & Communications, Viman Talkies has taken up the cause of showing indie films. A student driven club, their screenings happen every fortnight and are open to all. They showcase hour-long feature films as of now and plan to start showing anthology of short films soon. Known for focussing on controversial cinema from across the country, go here for your dose of indie.
5. Pune Queer Film Society
Incepted in 2016 by Jacob Hustedt, this film society aims to bring the LGBT community together to enjoy movies followed by a healthy discussion about the problems faced by the community. The club is currently managed by Frank, Subhojit and Ram. They conduct a poll every month on their Facebook group and screen movies which get the most number of votes. The screenings happen once a month, mostly on weekends at Frank’s home in Kalyani Nagar. The club has over 60 members and it’s not restricted only to the queer community.