Experimental film or experimental film-friendly venues all around the world. Do you know of any others? Please, let us know.

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Title Description Link Country
K3 Film Festival

K3 Film Festival takes place in Villach, Austria and is widely recognized for its courageous and thoughtful selection of films. Austria

Les organismes et collectifs artistiques Double négatif, Groupe d'action en cinéma Épopée et Hors champ proposent d’investir le 77 Bernard Est, un bâtiment industriel abandonné depuis plusieurs années, pour en faire un laboratoire de création, de Canada
Kampus Hybernská

Kampus Hybernská is a joint project of the Prague City Hall and the Charles University, which aims to connect the wider public and Prague cultural projects with the activities of the University and, in particular, the Faculty of Arts.

Kampus Hybernská Czech Republic

The Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent (KASK) does not only have outstanding film, animation and media art departments, since 2011 it also accomodates its own audiovisual platform, aptly called KASKcinema. Belgium
Kettle's Yard Website United Kingdom
Kinimatografikos Tomeas POFPA Website Greece
Kino Bize

Independent art-house cinema in Riga, Latvia

Kino Bize Latvia
Kino Lampenlager Germany
Kino Tuškanac Croatia
Klangraum Krems Minoritenkirche Austria
Knockdown Center

Knockdown Center is an art and performance space dedicated to cross-disciplinary projects and collaborations.

United States
Kommunlaes Kino Freiburg Germany
KOW Germany
KOW Madrid Spain
Kulturpalast Wedding Germany
Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Kunsthal Gent Website Belgium
Kunsthall Oslo

Kunsthall Oslo is a non-profit art space located in the Bjørvika area of central Oslo. Norway
Kunsthalle Lingen Website Germany
Kunstmuseum Basel Website Switzerland
Kunstraum Walcheturm Switzerland
Kunstverein Hannover

The Kunstverein Hannover was founded in 1832—it is now one of the oldest and most prestigious of the circa 300 German Kunstvereins—by a group of dedicated citizens to, as the first bylaws of the Kunstverein stated, “promote the visual arts by broa Germany