In 1954, Village Cinemas started its first drive-in cinema business in Croydon, Australia. And with its successful operations, it has now expanded to over 600 cinemas in the United States and Singapore.
With advanced entertainment experience, the company is also a leading exhibitor with large distribution of screens across the 3 countries through partnerships with Orange Sky and Greater Union.
Village Ticket Prices
|Children (3-14 years)||$16.50|
|Children (3-14 years)||$19.00|
|3D VPREMIUM MOVIES|
|Children (3-14 years)||$22.00|
|Children (3-14 years)||$19.00-$19.50|
|3D VMAX MOVIES|
|Children (3-14 years)||$22.00-$22.50|
|Children (3-14 years)||$10.00|
|GOLD CLASS MOVIES (AFTERNOON)|
|Children (3-14 years)||$32.00|
|GOLD CLASS MOVIES (EVENING)|
|Children (3-14 years)||$42.00|
|THE FOLLOWING PRICES ARE FOR VILLAGE CINEMAS IN TASMANIA.|
|Children (3-14 years)||$13.00-$15.00|
|Children (3-14 years)||$15.00|
|3D VMAX MOVIES|
|Children (3-14 years)||$18.00|
Village Roadshow is the parent company of its founding entity, Village Cinemas. And in 1988, Warner Bros joined the chain and held 1/3 share in the company. It operated and pioneered screen brands including Cinema Europa, Vmax, and Gold Class while partnering with other global cinema chains.
After it was founded by Roc Kirby, Village Cinemas successfully expanded and developed a better cinema-going experience by creating more entertainment destinations intended to increase audiences. Now the CEO is Kirk Edwards.
Through new concepts created to make cinema experience more appealing to the market, Village Cinemas has provided true style of entertainment to people, not just in Melbourne but also to many parts of the world.
With 3D exhibition and stereoscopic projection systems, this company now offers more than 2,000 digital projectors for quality viewing in Australia, Singapore, Argentina, Greece, Fiji, and in affiliate cinemas. Today, the RealD 3D system is one of the most advanced projection systems movie goers experience.
Village Cinemas Review
With premium sites offered like Vmax, Cinema Europa, and Gold Class, guests enjoy first-class quality movies and an intimate setting. In addition, they have VMC family pass, baby-friendly sessions, kidz flix, senior’s Friday movies, student popcorn Monday, and a lot more to choose from.
Village Cinemas also provide first rate cinema service, beverages, and food to movie goers while staying inside a fully electronic 3D-ready cinema with lavish reclining armchair.
The types of movies they currently screen include 2D, 3D, RealD, Vmax, documentaries, concerts, and more in an ultra wide, wall-to-wall screen.
In Gold Class cinemas, guests are served with gourmet food by a personal waiter in a full-service bar throughout the screening period.
The Village Mobile Ticketing website makes buying cinema tickets more convenient to movie goers. No more queuing at ticket booths in the cinema before watching movies.
State-of-the-art cinema exhibition at Village Cinemas that provides people with stadium seating, 3D blockbuster films, digital projection, convenient ticket purchasing, and world-class cinema experience.
Village Cinemas, a huge film exhibitor in Australia, shows mainstream, children, blockbuster, and family movies as well as foreign language, documentary, and arthouse films.
Its main objective is to provide substantial experiences by showing digital films that don’t degrade even after they have been played over and over again.
The impressive RealD technology makes Village Cinemas unique from other cinemas available across Australia. It’s popularly known for its 3D-ready auditoriums and first-class service.
One of the best-sellers is the Coburg Drive-In cinema which is available since 1965. It has three 33-meter wide screens and FM stereo broadcast sound system. Plus, movie goers enjoy the retro style diner with SMS ordering service that delivers orders directly to customers’ car.