In 2003, stuck in Ouagadougou waiting for an airplane, Stephan Zaubitzer started photographing the city’s movie theatres. It was the beginning of a series which would take him across the world, from the United States and Egypt to Romania, Brazil and the Czech Republic. He was fascinated by the dark interiors with their outlandish decorations, and by the exteriors, which always stand out from their urban surroundings.
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