Forum Cinema (former), Kronstadt, Bergen, Norway

Ole Landmark
Date Built
Initiated 1936 - completed 1946
Fjøsangerveien & Jonas Lies vei
Construction of the Forum Kino (cinema) in the Bergen suburb of Kronstadt began in 1936.  The incomplete building was used during World War II by the German invaders as a warehouse for their cavalry.  Its final conversion into a cinema was completed in 1946 at which point it was known as the Kronstadt Kino.  The premiere was on the 4th of October, 1946.  The completed cinema was capable of accommodating an audience of 1,140, making it the largest cinema in Bergen.

The Forum closed as a cinema in 2000 and was subsequently sold to a religious organization.