Rosebank Nouveau, Cinema Nouveau’s flagship is open once more following an extensive revamp. The unique Cinema Nouveau offering now features a newly designed foyer and dining area, along with new food and drinks offerings which includes wine, coffee and cocktails – all the better to cater for its dedicated audience: those who know cinema and know Nouveau.
As one of the world’s only dedicated ‘art cinema’ chains, Cinema Nouveau’s line-up is tailored to audiences who love art-house, independent and foreign language films, as well as film festivals, screenings of live theatre and opera productions, and alternative film content.
“Cinema Nouveau is a destination for film-lovers with an appreciation for the artistry of film, and who relish thought-provoking content,” says Motheo Motsau, Ster-Kinekor’s Chief of Marketing and Sales. “We hope that our renovations further establish Rosebank Cinema Nouveau as a venue where audience can enjoy watching arthouse films, and the overall bespoke Cinema Nouveau experience”
Head to the newly revamped cinema for these and many other forthcoming films: Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (now showing) and Fisherman’s Friends (13 September), based on the true story of Cornish fishermen whose album of sea shanties scored an unexpected top ten hit.