Golden Screen Cinemas

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Golden Screen Cinemas
Private
Industry Media, Entertainment
Founded 1987
Headquarters Malaysia
Key people
Koh Mei Lee (CEO)
Products Cinemas, Film distribution
Parent PPB Group
Website www.gsc.com.my

Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC) is the largest cinema chain in Malaysia.[1] The biggest cinema is located at Mid Valley Megamall. It houses 21 screen cinemas and has 2763 seats which is the largest in Malaysia.

The largest competitors of the cinema chain are TGV Cinemas and MBO Cinemas.

History[edit]

It was founded in 1987 as Golden Communications Circuit, while the other, Cathay is one of the oldest cinemas in Malaysia until 1998. Golden Screen Cinemas was founded in 1998 as a merger of Golden Communications (GC) Circuit and Cathay Cinemas.[2]

Overview[edit]

As of August 2016, GSC has 306 screens at 33 locations throughout Malaysia.[3] The states with GSC are Kedah (2), Kuala Lumpur (7), Melaka (2), Negeri Sembilan (2), Pahang (3), Penang (3), Perak (1), Putrajaya (2), Sabah (2), Sarawak (2) and Selangor (7).


GSC Cinemas 33[edit]

GSC Cinema in Berjaya Time Square

Kedah [1][edit]

Cinema Total

Halls

Seats Location Remarks
Amanjaya Mall 8 1,306 Sungai Petani -
Aman Central Mall 10 1,599 Alor Setar Have features of THX and DOLBY ATMOS.

Kuala Lumpur [2][edit]

Cinema Total

Halls

Seats Location Remarks
The Gardens 7 572 Mid Valley City Have features of THX, DOLBY ATMOS, Gold Class and Premiere Class.
Midvalley Megamall 21 2,763 Mid Valley City Have features of THX,DOLBY ATMOS and D-BOX.
Pavilion 13 1,913 Bukit Bintang Have features of Gold Class, DOLBY ATMOS, D-Box and THX.
Berjaya Times Square 10 1,914 Bukit Bintang Have features of MAXX, DOLBY ATMOS and Premiere Class.
Leisure Mall 4 974 Cheras -
Nu Sentral 11 1,783 Brickfields Have features of THX and DOLBY ATMOS.
Quill City Mall 10 1,751 Kuala Lumpur Have features of THX and DOLBY ATMOS.

Malacca [3][edit]

Cinema Total

Halls

seats Location Remarks
AEON Mall Bandaraya Melaka 10 1783 Malacca Have feature of DOLBY ATMOS.
Dataran Pahlawan Malacca Megamall 10 2004 Malacca Have feature of DOLBY ATMOS.

Negeri Sembilan [4][edit]

Cinema Total

Halls

seats Location Remarks
Terminal 1 4 1010 Seremban -
Palm Mall 10 1659 Seremban Have feature of THX.

Pahang [5][edit]

Cinema Total

Halls

Location Remarks
East Coast Mall 9 Kuantan -
Berjaya Megamall 5 Kuantan -
Mentakab Star Mall 6 Mentakab -

Penang [6][edit]

Cinema Total

Halls

Location Remarks
Gurney Plaza 12 Georgetown Have features of THX, DOLBY ATMOS and Premiere Class.
Queensbay Mall 8 Bayan Baru Have feature of DOLBY ATMOS
Sunway Carnival Mall 8 Seberang Jaya Have feature of DOLBY ATMOS

Perak [7][edit]

Cinema Total

Halls

Location Remarks
Ipoh Parade 11 Ipoh Have features of MAXX, THX and DOLBY ATMOS

Putrajaya [8][edit]

Cinema Total

Halls

Location Remarks
Alamanda 8 Putrajaya -
IOI City Mall 13 Putrajaya Have features of MAXX, THX and DOLBY ATMOS.

Sabah [9][edit]

Cinema Total

Halls

Location Remarks
Suria Sabah 8 Kota Kinabalu Have feature of DOLBY ATMOS
1 Borneo 8 Kota Kinabalu -

Sarawak [10][edit]

Cinema Total

Halls

Location Remarks
Bintang Megamall 8 Miri -
CityONE Megamall 10 Kuching Have features of THX and DOLBY ATMOS

Selangor [11][edit]

Cinema Total

Halls

Location Remarks
1 Utama (New Wing) 13 Petaling Jaya Have features of Gold Class, DOLBY ATMOS and D-BOX
IOI Mall 10 Puchong Have feature of DOLBY ATMOS.
Tropicana City Mall 8 Petaling Jaya -
Paradigm Mall 9 Kelana Jaya -
Setia City Mall 9 Shah Alam Have feature of DOLBY ATMOS.
The Summit 7 USJ Have features of THX and DOLBY ATMOS.
Klang Parade 8 Klang -

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TGV confirms exploring Kelantan market, but says no Kota Baru cinema plans yet". Retrieved 28 July 2016. 
  2. ^ "Cinema chains merge to create biggest entity". New Straits Times. 16 January 1998. Retrieved 2010-02-16. 
  3. ^ "Vietnam cinema venture to boost PPB earnings". Retrieved 28 July 2016. 

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