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The Cinema Foundation and D'Place Entertainment announce the Second Annual National Cinema Day, America's Day at the Movies Aug. 27

LOS ANGELES – The Cinema Foundation & D’Place Entertainment announced, Aug. 21, the return of National Cinema Day coming to a theater near residents this Sunday, Aug. 27.

Building on the unprecedented success of last year’s inaugural National Cinema Day, the Cinema Foundation is calling on film fans across the country to gather for a national day to celebrate the magic of the movies on the big screen.

The second annual National Cinema Day celebrates the power of movies to bring people all together, and discounted admissions for all movies at participating U.S. theaters in all formats will be no more than $4.

Held at more than 3,000 participating locations with more than 30,000 screens across the country, the one-day event will feature the hottest new titles, independent films and summer blockbusters, and exclusive new content that can only be seen in theaters.

“Following the rousing success of the first annual National Cinema Day, we welcome everyone to join us for the communal experience of one of America’s favorite pastimes – moviegoing,” said Jackie Brenneman, president of The Cinema Foundation. “We look forward to gathering at the movies and celebrating an exciting slate of new releases and classics, from beloved family favorites and outrageous comedies to thought-provoking dramas and thrilling adventures. There’s something for everyone. Let’s all go!”

“Movies have the power to bring us together to share in the joy, the thrill and the magic of a great story told on the big screen,” said Michael O’Leary, president and CEO of the National Association of Theatre Owners. “National Cinema Day is a celebration of movie fandom and of the uniting role that movie theaters play in our communities.”

“After last year’s resounding positive response to National Cinema Day at our locations, we knew we wanted to participate again,” said Damon Rubio, president of D’Place Entertainment. This day gives guests a great opportunity to experience a film on the big screen with a crowd of other movie-going fans.

However, with the price being such a good deal, tickets go fast, so they suggest looking at show times early in the week and buying tickets online ahead of time to secure seats.

On Aug. 27, dozens of movies in all formats at all participating theaters will be no more than $4, including new films opening this weekend like “Gran Turismo: Based on a True Story,” “Golda,” “The Hill,” “Retribution,” and “Bottoms,” current box office hits like “Barbie,” “Oppenheimer,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem,” and “Sound of Freedom,” to classic re-releases like “Jurassic Park (3D),” and “American Graffiti.”

For more details, visit NationalCinemaDay.org and find more announcements from local independent movie theaters like D’Place Entertainment by visiting http://www.DPlaceEntertainment.com.

Submitted by D’Place Entertainment.

 

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