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Festival Grand Cinema

It is situated in the Kowloon Tong district. It opened in 1998 with eleven screens and 1874 seats. Out of these four screens were closed in 2006. Three auditoriums from the present screens are equipped with SRD, three with SDDS and one with DTS/SDDS/SRD sound system. It shows first-run English language and Chinese dialect films.

Address: 80 Tat Chee Ave, Festival Walk, Hong Kong

Broadway Cinematheque

It is opened in 1996 in the Yau Ma Tei district of the Kowloon. It shows selected commercial and classic movies and auditoriums are on the first floor of the building. On the ground floor you can find lobby and a bookstore.

Address: 3 Public Square St, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong

Broadway Mongkok Cinema

It is a high-rise multiplex cinema with five screens. It opened in 1987 and from that period it is showing English language and Chinese dialect films.

Address: Chung Shun Building, 6-12 Sai Yeung Choi St S, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

Chinachem Golden Plaza Cinema

It is in Tsim Sha Tsui East of the Kowloon. Three auditoriums are on the first floor and the lobby is situated on the ground floor. The theater was started with six auditoriums but recently three have been closed. It is showing English language and Chinese dialect films.

Address: Chinachem Golden Plaza, 77 Mody Road, TST East, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China

Drive-In

It is the first drive-in cinema in Hong Kong. It is situated in West Kowloon reclamation area near Tsim Tsa Tsui district and was opened in 2007. It is with the skyline background of the Hong Kong Island. The first film of the cinema is a Japanese-language film named as "Nana 2". The cinema has 200,000ft² area. It has two 82-by-46 foot screens and each screen has a capacity for 100 cars, 40 fixed seats in American classic cars and 10 VIP rooms with big windows converted from freight containers. The sound of the film is transmitted through Wi-Fi Transmission System. It also has a snack kiosk. You can get free delivery by sending SMS. The cinema is planning for outdoor BBQ restaurant.

Address: 8 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China

Dynasty Theatre

It has opened its business in 1991 and is currently the largest cinema in Hong Kong. It has 1920 seats in two stadium seating auditoriums. It is showing Chinese dialect and English language films.

Address: 4-4A Mongkok Road, Mongkok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China

GH Hollywood Cinema

It is situated in the Diamond Hill district on the Kowloon. It is opened in 1997 and shows English language and Chinese dialect films. It has six auditoriums out of which four are with SRD and two are with SRD/DTS sound system.

Address: Level 3 Plaza Hollywood, 3 Lung Poon Street, Diamond Hill, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China

Golden Gateway Multiplex

It is situated on the ground floor of the Gateway in the Tsim Sha Tsui district of Kowloon. It is opened in 1995 and shows English language and Chinese dialect films since its opening. Out of the four auditoriums three are equipped with SRD/DTS and one with a SRD sound system.

Address: The Gateway, 25 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China

Grand Cinema

It is situated in Tsim Sha Tsui of Kowloon. It is opened in 2007 with Burton's "The Nightmare Before Christmas" in Disney Digital 3-D. It has twelve auditoriums with infrasonic system of state-of-the-art and is designed specially with vibrating chairs. The chairs will shake when they sense the infra-sound in the movie and gives audiences the real feel of the movie. It also includes 4000ft² restaurant, cinema-themed café and gallery space for exhibitions.

Address: Elements, Kowloon Station, 1 Austin Road West, , Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China

Lux Theatre

It opened its business in 1971 with Mandarin kung-fu film and is situated in the Hung Hom district of Kowloon. It had an auditorium with 1442 seats capacity and a Vistarama screen which was best for showing CinemaScope films. It was renovated in 1995 with stalls and spacious lobby revamped into shops. The balcony was rebuilt as a mini cinema with 433 seats and relocated to the first floor of the building. It shows Chinese dialect and English language films from its opening.

Address: 2J Bulkeley Street, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China

MCL Telford Cinema

The cinema was opened in 2008 and is built on the site where the podium of Telford Garden the private residential estate was situated initially. It has six auditoriums with 819 seat capacity and also includes a semi open-air cafe, two shops, a self-service food kiosk and an adjustable stage in the lobby for premiere function.

Address: Telford Garden, 33 Wai Yip , Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China

Silver Theater

It is the first theater to be built in Kwun Tong. It is a residential and industrial district in East Kowloon near the Kai Tak International Airport and opened in 1963 with a Mandarin film. The first floor of the cinema includes 1440 seat auditorium and 52ft wide screen equipped with a Simplex X-C projection and sound system. Ticket booths and lobby are on the ground floor. It has undergone many changes and in 1990 theater was twinned and re-opened with one screen in the stalls and the other on the balcony. Its days are numbered because the theater building is within the re-development zone of Kwun Tong.

Address: Yuen Man Square, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China

UA IMAX Theatre

It is the first IMAX cinema to be built in Hong Kong. It is situated in the Kowloon Bay district of Kowloon. The theater was opened in 2007 with the film "Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix". It has stadium seating with 274 seats and only 190 seats are to be sold when IMAX 3D version film is showed on the screen.

Address: Level 11, MegaBox, Enterprise Square 5, 38 Wang Chiu Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China