Kinoklub Vič was one of Ljubljana's commercially oriented cinemas and it remained the only cinema hall in the center of Ljubljana owned by Kolosej Cinemas (it once owned 7 cinemas). In 2005, when its owner opened a multiplex in the suburbs of Ljubljana, Kinoklub Vič changed its programme policy (previously it was named Vič cinema): it became a kind of "art" cinema among commercial ones since it began to screen also independent, European and "artsy" Hollywood films. It is also a venue for various film events and festivals such as the Ljubljana International Film Festival (LIFFe). In closed in August 2011. In September, however, Kino Komuna in the very centre of Ljubljana will reopen and continue the mission of the urban cinema.
Kinoklub Vič auditorium had 345 seats and screened films on 35mm prints. It was equipped with various sound systems (DTS, Dolby Digital, Dolby SR, etc.). There was a bar in the cinema entrance hall. The cinema hall was available for rent.