All Malaysian cinemas to close progressively from November onwards until further notice


The once robust cinema industry in Malaysia has been brought down to its knees by the pandemic. Photo: CHAN BOON KAI/The Star

Cinema operators in Malaysia, or the Malaysian Association Of Film Exhibitors (MAFE), have come to the decision to temporarily suspend operations at all their cinemas nationwide.

This action will happen progressively in the month of November. GSC Cinemas and TGV Cinemas will cease operation on Nov 2 onwards, whereas other cinemas will suspend their movie screenings and concession operations sometime in the month as well.

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