National Cinema Day 2024 – Film ticket for Rs 75 only!

National Cinema Day 2024 – Film ticket for Rs 75 only!

National Cinema Day is observed on 3rd September to encourage movie lovers to go to the theatre and enjoy a movie on the big screen. On this day theaters provide a special one-day-only promotion at a special price. The day brings together audiences of all ages to enjoy a day at the movies.

On the heels of National Cinema Day, a similar event National Cinema Week is celebrated from October 7-13 for the moviegoers in the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean. Most theaters offer unlimited popcorn on Family Day on Sundays and special loyalty club member prizes and prizes on Mondays. Cinema Week is also helping to market a handful of event screenings, most of which don’t go as planned.

Cinema is just another English word for a movie theater. The movie industry as we know it today originated in the early 19th century through a series of technological developments: the creation of photography, the discovery of the illusion of motion by combining individual still images, and the study of human and animal locomotion.

In America, the Cinema Foundation, a non-profit arm of the National Association of Theater Owners, on Sunday announced that Sept. 3 will be a nationwide discount day in more than 3,000 theaters and on more than 30,000 screens. Typically, Labor Day weekend is one of the slowest weekends for the movie industry, so this is a way for the movie theater industry to give back and thank fans for returning to the cinemas this past summer.

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National Cinema Day celebrates a summer of record-breaking moviegoing with movies and a special sneak peek of upcoming titles from A24, Amazon Studios, Disney, Focus Features, Lionsgate, Neon, Paramount, Sony Pictures Classics, Sony, United Artists Releasing, Universal, and Warner Bros., only on September 3. “After this summer’s record-breaking return to cinemas, we wanted to do something to celebrate moviegoing,” said Cinema Foundation president Jackie Brenneman. “We’re doing it by offering a ‘thank you’ to the moviegoers that made this summer happen, and by offering an extra enticement for those who haven’t made it back yet.

Whether you’re in the mood for a fun movie with your kids or a scary movie with a friend, 2D or 3D, a classic or the newest blockbuster, it’s all $3.

National Cinema Day postponed in India

In India, the date of National Cinema Day is changed to September 23 by the Multiplex Association of India (MAI). On this day the admission price for movies for moviegoers is Rs 75 to mark National Cinema Day. Cinemas like PVR, INOX, Cinépolis, Carnival, Miraj, Citypride, Asian, Mukta A2, Movietime, Wave, M2K, Delite, and many others will be offering tickets for Rs 75.

Multiplex Association of India (MAI) is a nationwide group of cinema operators that informs, educates, and advocates on behalf of the cinema exhibition sector. It works with regulatory bodies and industry partners nationwide to raise the profile of cinema, highlighting opportunities, and addressing various challenges faced by the cinema exhibition sector. MAI said that on request from various stakeholders and to maximize participation, the National Cinema Day will now be held on 23 September.

Their statement further read, “India has a thriving domestic film industry and has seen one of the sharpest recoveries in the film exhibition business, globally. Quarter 1, FY’23 recorded impressive numbers among cinema operators on the back of global and local tent poles that resonated with the Indian audience. The quarter was marked by the release of some of the biggest domestic hits like KGF: Chapter 2, RRR, Vikram, Bhool Bhulaiya 2, and Hollywood hits such as Doctor Strange and Top Gun: Maverick.”

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