European country turns its largest airports into a paid car cinema


London – Arabs today

With all stops Flights Almost because of a pandemic Corona VirusThe largest international airport in Lithuania in Vilnius has been converted into a paid car cinema. The decision welcomed the participation of about 150 cars to show the first film, and the show will continue at the airport throughout the month of May, according to the event’s organizing company posted on its website. With the application of quarantine and the closure of cinemas nationwide, the organizers of the “Vilnius Film Festival” saw during this pause an opportunity to display films in the open air, where social distance could be applied.

Despite these restrictions, movie-goers were happy with their presence and the first movie to be shown on April 29 was the South Korean Oscar-winning “Parasite” movie. Proponents of the idea say that, with most airlines unable to generate revenue, the Overseas Cinema Project is a step to support the aviation and film industry, as both are experiencing difficult times as a result of the constraints caused by the Corona epidemic.

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