Film dubbing is still fairly common in Spain, but the following cinemas show films in the language they were originally produced in—just look for the marking 'VO', 'VOS' or 'VOSE' (original version with Spanish subtitles) beside the showing.
Phenomena Experience, Sant Antoni Maria Claret 168.
Flaunting one of the largest screens in the province, the technology at Phenomena also comprises a 4k projector and multidimensional Dolby Atmos sound systems, to deliver a varied programme of films for the ultimate cinematic experience. Click here to read more about Phenomena.
Balmes Multicines. Balmes 422.
With over 12 theatre rooms and 3D digital projections, this complex in Sant Gervasi also offers Dolby Atmos to create a complete cinema experience with surround sound. The cinema shows the latest films in their original versions, with tiered seating for an uncompromised view.
Yelmo Cines Icaria. Salvador Espiriu 61.
Located in the Centre de la Vila shopping centre in Vila Olímpica, Yelmo Icaria is one of the largest VO cinemas in Barcelona, boasting 15 large screens showing new releases and 3D screenings.
Renoir Floridablanca. Floridablanca 135.
This smaller complex is centrally located in Sant Antoni, with seven screens offering an array of current blockbusters and classic movies.
Cinema Maldà. Pi 5.
This traditional-style cinema is situated close to Plaça del Pi in the Gothic Quarter, and offers a range of classics and contemporary flicks. The cinema also occasionally hosts a selection of music concerts and stage plays.
Filmoteca de Catalunya Cine. Salvador Seguí 9.
Located in the Raval since 2012, the film archive of Catalunya brings a variety of old and new, local and international films to the big screen, with some featured in their original versions.
Cinemes Girona. Girona 175.
A small arthouse cinema with three screens and a total capactiy of 650 spectators, Cinemes Girona was renovated in 2010 to encompass some of the latest technology in cinema, including digital and 3D projections.
Cinemes Méliès. Villarroel 102.
Named after French illusionist and filmmaker Georges Méliès, this small cinema with four screens offers an eclectic range of films, showing eight classic and contemporary movies per week.