The big screen is always there, but the cinema experience in many parts of the world is limited to digital screens.
Now that digital cinema has finally hit the big screen in major cities, it is time to find out which digital cinema venues offer a real cinema experience, whether that is on a big screen or in a cinema.
We looked at the top 10 digital cinema experiences across the world to find which ones offer the best bang for your buck and what to expect from a movie-going experience.
Here’s what we found.1.
Soho cinema, London2.
London Cinema, London3.
London Cinemas, London4.
New York Cinema, New York5.
San Francisco Cinema, San Francisco6.
Paris Cinema, Paris7.
Tokyo Cinema, Tokyo8.
Los Angeles Cinema, Los Angeles9.
Berlin Cinema, Berlin10.
Berlin, GermanyBest cinema experiences in London (1)Soho Cinema, 2 years old.
Soho cinema in London is a film-making space that has evolved over the years, with an extensive collection of classic films and documentaries.
The cinema is located in a shopping mall in the heart of the City of London and offers live-streamed films from all over the world, including documentaries, classics, films from the US, the UK, Australia and Canada.
The building itself is decorated in the style of a German Expressionist masterpiece and features a massive projection screen, a large screen with a projector and a projector-equipped bar.
The Soho Cinema website promises that “the cinema is open for you to enjoy films, and all films can be seen on a projector in the cinema, even when you are not at home”.
This includes films made by international films including the Oscar-winning documentary, Black Swan.
The main menu is a mix of films and content, with a selection of films available to rent, with access to other titles from the library.
There are also free admission days and a special “Movies for the Family” programme.
The venue is run by the Soho Museum, a non-profit organisation run by members of the community, which offers free activities, a cinema and a range of educational materials.
The museum is open from 9am-5pm every day of the year and a film marathon is organised by the organisation every Sunday.
Sixty films are screened each week, which is usually followed by a cinema screening.
The London cinema is a major attraction at London’s Olympic Park, but there are plenty of other great places to see the film.
It offers a wide selection of classic movies, including films by Wes Anderson, Ingmar Bergman, Quentin Tarantino, John Waters, and many more.
Siam cinema, 1 year old3.
Bangkok cinema, Thailand4.
London cinema, 2.2 years old, Bangkok, Thailand3.
New Delhi cinema, New Delhi4.
Seoul cinema, Seoul5.
New Zealand cinema, Auckland6.
New South Wales cinema, Sydney7.
Adelaide cinema, Adelaide8.
Melbourne cinema, Melbourne9.
London cinemas, New Zealand10.
London, UKBest cinema experience at home (1/2)New York cinema, 3 years oldA favourite of movie buffs, New Yorkers cinema has been around since 1996.
This location is the main attraction of the New York City Film Festival, and is open to the public from 8am-6pm every night, including weekends.
The New York Film Festival is a non profit organisation run for the benefit of film and cinema enthusiasts by the New Yorkers Cinema Society.
The NYFF also hosts a free film marathon every Sunday from 4pm-7pm and offers free admission to select events and films.
The location features a huge projection screen in the central lobby, as well as an open-air cinema.
Movies from a range and styles of films are available to watch, from documentaries to classic films.
New Yorkers offers free access to the movie library and free admission for film enthusiasts to the movies.
The best New York cinema experience can be found in the area around Chinatown, which has an impressive collection of iconic films.
Many of these films have been shot in Chinatown, including The Godfather, Casablanca, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, and A Fistful of Dollars.
This is also the home of the International Film Festival and one of the most visited film festivals in the world.
It also has a large library of films, including the films of Ingmar Bauhaus, Roger Deakins, and David Lynch.
The best New Yorkers experience can also be found on the beach in the New Orleans neighbourhood of Mid-City, which boasts a rich and varied film and film-related scene.
New Orleans cinema is available to view all films on the screens and a wide range of entertainment and culture events are held throughout the year.
The entertainment at the cinema is often free of charge, and the venue is also very well equipped for cinema viewing.
The biggest New York experience is located at the Paramount cinema