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Quiet start for cinemas but operators expect pickup in attendance

15 Jul 2020 09:00

Above: Mr Thomas Chih (left) and his friend, who wanted to be known only as Mr Cortez, 36, having popcorn at the 9.50am screening of biographical drama Escape To Pretoria at Shaw Theatres Nex yesterday. ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG Left: (From right) Moviegoers Lee Swee Chin, 78; Chua Leong Giok, 83; and Aw Sah Lee, 83, were also at the Nex cinema yesterday. ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG Below: An employee of GV VivoCity cleaning and disinfecting seats before a screening yesterday, the first day of the reopening of cinemas. ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO

By John Lui

Yesterday's reopening for cinemas, closed since March 27, was quiet for the most part, but operators expect an uptick in attendance in the coming weeks as bigger commercial releases open.

Operators told The Straits Times that a lower turnout is normal for weekdays, especially Mondays. New rules reducing the number of patrons to 50 for each screening also had an impact on crowds.

The closures, to curb the spread of the coronavirus, were lifted with new measures in place, like the 50-person limit, a 1m social distancing seating configuration, use of the SafeEntry check-in system and the wearing of masks at all times in the hall except when eating or drinking.

At Shaw Theatres Nex, broadcast media executive Thomas Chih, 42, was there with a friend to catch the 9.50am screening of the biographical drama Escape To Pretoria. He said there were about 10 people at the screening.


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Above: Mr Thomas Chih (left) and his friend, who wanted to be known only as Mr Cortez, 36, having popcorn at the 9.50am screening of biographical drama Escape To Pretoria at Shaw Theatres Nex yesterday. ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG Left: (From right) Moviegoers Lee Swee Chin, 78; Chua Leong Giok, 83; and Aw Sah Lee, 83, were also at the Nex cinema yesterday. ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG Below: An employee of GV VivoCity cleaning and disinfecting seats before a screening yesterday, the first day of the reopening of cinemas. ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO


Above: Mr Thomas Chih (left) and his friend, who wanted to be known only as Mr Cortez, 36, having popcorn at the 9.50am screening of biographical drama Escape To Pretoria at Shaw Theatres Nex yesterday. ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG Left: (From right) Moviegoers Lee Swee Chin, 78; Chua Leong Giok, 83; and Aw Sah Lee, 83, were also at the Nex cinema yesterday. ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG Below: An employee of GV VivoCity cleaning and disinfecting seats before a screening yesterday, the first day of the reopening of cinemas. ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO

Source: Straits Times
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