Censor.NET reports citing Ukrainski novyny.
Kyiv Mayor Vitalii Klychko and director of Zhovten Liudmyla Hordeladze took part in the opening.
Two large cinema halls with 414 and 198 seats, as well as four video halls with 22, 33, 45, and 49 seats have been restored. The cinema is equipped with a conference room, a café and a cloakroom. During the repairs, two lobbies, as well as the security room and the administrative and engineering facilities were renovated.
The total cost of reconstruction amounted to 53 million hryvnia.
"Zhovten" Cinema Burned Down in Kyiv. Emergencies Staff Say It's an Arson. PHOTO+VIDEO
On Oct. 5, Holosiivskyi district court of Kyiv sentenced two suspects accused of setting Zhovten cinema on fire to three and two years' suspended sentence. Their actions were qualified under Part 2 of Article 296 (hooliganism) and Part. 1 of Article 263 (illegal possession of fire arms and ammunition) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
Zhovten cinema caught fire on the evening of Oct. 29, 2014.