Cinema City Czech Republic

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Cinema City Czech s.r.o
Corp.
Industry Cinemas
Headquarters Prague, The Czech Republic
Website www.cinemacity.cz

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 Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia. CCI also runs a chain of Israeli multiplexes under the name of Rav-Hen.

On 19 January 2011, as a part of a bigger European deal, Cinema City acquires 8 multiplexes (4 of them in Prague) from Palace Cinemas with 65 screens.

Current multiplex locations[edit]

  • Olympia (Brno) - 10 screens, opened October 1999
  • Slovanský dům (Prague) - 10 screens, opened 2000
  • Galaxie (Prague) - 1728 seats, 9 screens, opened 2001
  • Velký Špalíček (Brno) - 1413 seats, 7 screens, opened August 2001
  • Nový Smíchov (Prague) - 11 screens + 4DX, opened November 2001
  • Obchodní centrum Letňany (Prague) - 8 screens, opened October 2002
  • Metropole Zličin (Prague) - 1841 seats, 10 screens, opened December 2002
  • Palac Flora (Prague) - 2150 seats, 8 screens + IMAX, opened March 2003
  • Pilsen Plaza/Plzeň Plaza (Pilsen) - 1720 seats, 10 screens + 4DX, opened 2008
  • AFI Palace (Pardubice) - 988 seats, 8 screens, opened January 2009
  • Forum Liberec (Liberec) - 5 screens, opened September 2010
  • OC Forum (Ústí nad Labem) - opened 2010
  • Nová Karolína (Ostrava) - 8 screens
  • OC Chodov (Prague) - 18 screens - 1 4DX - 3 VIP, opened October 2017

Canceled cinemas:

  • Novodvorská Plaza (Prague) - 848 seats, 5 screens, opened 2006 and ceased operation in December 2008 due to low visit rate

Current IMAX locations[edit]

Outside Poland CCI runs one IMAX cinema in Prague, alongside Flora multiplex.

Corporate governance[edit]

Company's board of directors consist of three members:

See also[edit]

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