Australian Multiplex Cinemas

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Australian Multiplex Cinemas Pty Ltd
Type Privately held company
Industry Film exhibition, Cinema advertising
Founded 1993[1]
Headquarters Brisbane, Australia
Area served Australia
Subsidiaries AMC Cinema Advertising Pty Ltd
Website www.a-m-c.com.au

Australian Multiplex Cinemas (often abbreviated as AMC) is a chain of multiple-screen movie cinemas headquartered in Brisbane, the state capital of Queensland, Australia acquired by Hoyts in November 2010.

Acquisition by Hoyts[edit]

In October 2010, Hoyts announced that it will acquire AMC for an unknown amount. The purchase was completed in November 2010. Hoyts has stated on their website that AMC customers will now have access to a wider variety of films, promotions, competitions and cinema offers. Hoyts have also promised to increase 3D facilities for the cinema chain. The AMC Value Card program was discontinued, with Hoyts promising to recognize these cards until their expiry date. The new rewards program being offered is now Hoyts Rewards.

Locations[edit]

Australian Multiplex Cinemas operate in five locations in three states:

Queensland[edit]

  • Redcliffe – eight screens at Peninsula Fair Shopping Centre
  • Stafford – ten screens at Stafford City Shopping Centre
  • Sunnybank – eight screens at Sunnybank Plaza Shopping Centre

New South Wales[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Names Index". Australian Securities and Investments Commission. Retrieved 2008-09-15. 

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