Movie theatre

Finnkino Itis

Opened in November 2018, Finnkino Itis is a 9 auditorium cinema in in Itis shopping centre in Itäkeskus. This cinema has Finland's first IMAX-auditorium, six other classic cinema auditoriums and two LUXE premium auditoriums.

The cozy Oscar's Bar on the 2nd floor of the movie theater, is a place to go for a glass of wine or order some 'movie food' to enjoy before or after the movie, or at the LUXE premium auditoriums during the movie.

Kino K13

Cinema Kino K13 provides service for film industry professionals and celebrates cinema culture by offering various screenings. The Finnish Film Foundation organizes monthly short film screenings with varying themes. The screenings are free of charge and subtitled in English. Also private screenings

Kino Regina

The National Audiovisual Institute (KAVI) organizes regular film screenings at the Kino Regina cinema at the Central Library Oodi.

Archival series cover just about everything from the earliest examples of film history to the latest noteworthy releases: classics and forgotten gems, extensive retrospectives illuminating genre history and changing times.

There are screenings six days a week, from Tuesday to Sunday, mostly three times a day.

Tennispalatsi

Tennispalatsi (Tennis Palace) is a cultural and recreational centre in Kamppi. The functionalist building was designed by Helge Lundström. Originally, Tennispalatsi was built for a car and car part dealer and as a service station in 1937. The vaulted halls with their tennis courts were added a year later and for many years, Tennispalatsi was Finland's main tennis venue. In the 1952 Summer Olympics the basketball preliminary games were held at Tennispalatsi. During the years the building was determined to be torn down several times as it originally was built for temporary use. The building's suitability as a cultural centre was originally suggested in 1993 and extensive premises were planned for cultural purposes. Today the Tennispalatsi building houses eg. a Finnkino multiplex movie theatre and HAM-Helsinki City Art Museum.