Gdynia Film Centre includes: Cinema Studio, Gdynia Film School, gallery, bookstore, screenplays reading room, restaurant, cafe and underground parking.
Gdynia Film Centre has the region’s largest Cinema Studio. Three rooms can accommodate 45, 96 and 227 spectators. They are equipped with high-end 4K projectors and 7.1 sound system. Their symbolic names – Warszawa, Goplana and Morskie Oko – refer to the former Gdynia cinemas and film sentiments of
inhabitants of Gdynia. In the Cinema Studio GCF you can watch appreciated by the critics, feature films and documentaries – Polish, European, Asian, Middle East, South American, Anglo-Saxon. Many of them rarely or never gets released in popular cinemas. There are also film screenings and presentations of studio work of young amateurs and film students planned.
In the Gdynia Film Centre there also works Gdynia Film School, which has at its disposal modern lecture halls, well-equipped film, editing and sound studios, photographic studio, a library, a film library.
Part of the Gdynia Film Centre is a gallery that showcases the most interesting artists of photography and the visual arts. There is also a screenplays reading room for cinema lovers. Its collection now includes more than 100 titles from around the world. Combined with the gallery is bookshop offering albums and publications on cinema, often not available in other stores. There is also the Vertigo restaurant, café Fabuła and underground parking.