The Most Unconventional Movie Theaters in the World

Ingrid Bergman, the Swedish actress most known for her role in Casablanca opposite our favorite dashing, silver screen legend, Humphrey Bogart, believed that “no form of art goes beyond ordinary consciousness as film does, straight to our emotions, deep into the twilight of the soul.”

There’s nothing we love more than a good romp beyond ordinary consciousness into the infinite depths of our soul, and the minds behind these unconventional cinematic experiences obviously agree. As imaginative, quirky and sublimely romantic as the films they play, these inventive theaters might just change the way you’ll want to see movies forever.

From a network of unauthorized cinemas in the catacombs beneath Paris to a rehabilitated vintage mobile caravan to a floating theater in an idyllic blue lagoon, click through to check out the most amazing places in the world to see a movie. Which would you most like to experience?

Speakeasy Cinema at the Richmond Weekender – Melbourne, Australia

Image credit: The Richmond Weekender

Breathing life into an abandoned piano factory, the Richmond Weekender houses a canteen, cinema, and homemaker’s market. Enjoy fancy popcorn, ice cream, and drinks on comfy, felt-covered DIY plywood seating while taking in “screen titles that are overlooked or hard to find, often weird, but always some kind of wonderful.”