Philippine Cinemas Reopening

GUIDE: Philippine Cinemas Reopening on November 10

Which films are you most excited to see when cinemas reopen?

We can’t believe it either. After almost two years, cinemas are finally reopening in the Philippines!

In case you missed it, the Cinema Exhibitors Association of the Philippines posted a save the date photo for November 10, 2021, teasing the reopening of the cinemas. This was done after the IATF released new guidelines for places under the Alert Level 3 (yes, that includes Metro Manila!). The only important rules you need to know are: only 30% of the venue capacity is allowed, moviegoers should be fully vaccinated, and are seated a seat apart from each other.

If you’re like us and can’t wait to watch this year’s exciting titles on the big screen, we’ve made it easier for you. Here is a list of cinemas reopening in the Philippines on November 10:

Note: Kindly check back as we continuously update this list.

Ayala Malls

The Ayala Malls Cinemas that will resume operations include Glorietta, Ayala Malls Circuit, Bonifacio High Street, Market! Market!, Ayala Malls Manila Bay, TriNoma, Fairview Terraces, and Ayala Malls Cloverleaf.

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Century City Mall

Gateway Cineplex

Megaworld Lifestyle Malls

Cinemas Reopening Megaworld Lifestyle Malls

Screening of movies will resume in 7 Megaworld Cinemas: Eastwood Cinemas, Lucky Chinatown Cinemas, Newport Cinemas, Uptown Cinemas, and Venice Cineplex in Metro Manila; Southwoods Cinemas in Biñan City, Laguna; and Festive Walk Cinemas in Iloilo City.

To ensure the utmost safety of moviegoers, Megaworld Cinemas is rolling out new upgrades and innovations. These include newly-renovated movie theaters with reconfigured seats to ensure the proper observance of social distancing, intensified sanitation of seats and surroundings using UV technology, contactless movie ticket purchase system and modified air filtration and circulation system.

Robinsons Movieworld

Rockwell Cinemas

Cinemas Reopening Rockwell

Rockwell cinemas in Power Plant Mall and Santolan Town Plaza are finally reopening.

All cinemagoers will need to accomplish a health declaration form before purchasing tickets online and onsite. Contactless payment solutions are highly encouraged, and HealthBadge, Rockwell’s single-QR contact tracing platform will also be scanned at the entrance. To further ensure the health and safety of customers, there will be a one-hour interval between each screening for thorough disinfection, through UV light and misting machines.

Vista Cinemas

Outside Metro Manila

  • Alturas (Bohol)
  • Bohol Quality (Bohol)
  • Festive Walk (Iloilo)
  • Fora (Tagaytay)
  • Island City (Bohol)
  • Magic Star (Tarlac)
  • Southwoods (Laguna)
  • Sta. Lucia (Rizal)

Homestream image by Kilyan Sockalingum on Unsplash

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