Cinema City Poland

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Cinema City Poland Sp. z o.o.
Type Ltd.
Industry Cinemas
Founded 1999 Cinema City International
Headquarters Warsaw, Poland
Key people Moshe (Mooky) Greidinger, CEO
Revenue Unknown
Employees ~1000
Website www.cinema-city.pl

Cinema City is a brand of multiplex cinemas in eastern and central Europe, run by the Israeli company Cinema City International (CCI). In Europe it has cinemas in Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic. In Poland Cinema City has almost 40% of the multiplex market, with Multikino its major competitor. CCI also runs a chain of Israeli multiplexes under the name of Rav-Hen.

In January 2014 it was announced that the Cinema City parent group would be taken over by UK group Cineworld.[1]

Current multiplex locations[edit]

  • Arkadia Warsaw - 2798 seats, 15 screens
  • Bemowo Warsaw - 2400 seats, 11 screens
  • Janki Warsaw - 1966 seats, 10 screens
  • Promenada Warsaw - 2849 seats, 13 screens
  • Sadyba Warsaw - 2959 seats, 12 screens + IMAX
  • Galeria Mokotów Warsaw - 3248 seats, 14 screens
  • Plaza Kraków - 2664 seats, 9 screens + IMAX
  • Zakopianka Kraków - 2218 seats, 10 screens
  • Bonarka City Center Kraków - 3234 seats, 20 screens + 3 VIP
  • Galeria Kazimierz Kraków - 1813 seats, 10 screens
  • Punkt 44 Katowice - 2570 seats, 11 screens + IMAX
  • Silesia City Center Katowice - 2900 seats, 13 screens
  • Plaza Poznań - 2065 seats, 9 screens + IMAX
  • Kinepolis Poznań - 6661 seats, 18 screens
  • Wolność Częstochowa - 1766 seats, 8 screens
  • Galeria Jurajska Częstochowa - 1330 seats, 8 screens
  • Korona Wrocław - 2027 seats, 9 screens
  • Plaza Ruda Śląska - 1557 seats, 8 screens
  • Krewetka Gdańsk - 1871 seats, 8 screens
  • Toruń - 2495 seats, 12 screens
  • Plaza Lublin - 1548 seats, 8 screens
  • Plaza Rybnik - 1537 seats, 8 screens
  • Plaza Sosnowiec - 874 seats, 6 screens
  • Manufaktura Łódź - 2591 seats, 14 screens + IMAX
  • Forum Gliwice – 13 screens, 2333 seats
  • Focus Mall Zielona Góra - 9 screens, 1305 seats
  • Focus Mall Bydgoszcz – 13 screens, 2256 seats
  • Galeria Victoria Wałbrzych – 7 screens, 1589 seats
  • Agora Bytom – 8 screens
  • Gemini Park Bielsko-Biała – 10 screens, 1528 seats

Current IMAX locations[edit]

Cinema City has exclusive rights for operating IMAX technology theatres in Poland. It currently runs five IMAX theatres, alongside its multiplexes in:

Corporate Governance[edit]

Company's Management Board consist of three members:

In Poland the company is run by Mr. Rafał Rybski, Director of Operations.

Merger[edit]

In 2002 Cinema City took over Polish cinemas belonging to Ster Century Company, which withdrew from the Polish market. Cinema City started operating the following multiplexes: Janki, Promenada and Galeria Mokotów in Warsaw and Korona in Wrocław.

This was followed in 2003 by the takeover of Krewetka multiplex in Gdańsk, then owned by Superkino (part of Vision Film Distribution company).

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "UK group to merge with Cinema City International". Polskie Radio (Polskie Radio). 2014-01-10. Retrieved 2014-01-10. "Under the terms of the deal, Cineworld will purchase about 100 multiplexes from CCI for 503 million pounds. However, CCI will maintain a 24.9 percent stake in the combined business." 

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