Reopening of CINEPAX theatres

A gradual recovery balancing enthusiasm and caution

After 5 months of unprecedented closure, CINEPAX has lifted the curtain again, gradually reopening its four cinemas since 22 August 2020. Moviegoers welcomed this news.
As the virus has not fully disappeared, health rules have been implemented to ensure safety for all in the cinema:

  • Everyone must wear a mask
  • Hand gel and taking people’s temperature upon entry
  • One seat’s distance between an individual or a group of individuals
  • Distancing at snack bars and cash register
  • Regular contact surface disinfection
  • Extending the time between screenings to thoroughly clean the theatres
  • Traffic flow management to ensure people don't cross paths
  • Awareness-raising messages on health prevention techniques shown on screen before films and displayed in cinemas

Action, horror, family and comedy films or remakes, long awaited and many having been delayed, are now showing at Cinepax: BIGFOOT FAMILY, TENET, THE NEW MUTANTS, BLOODSHOT, QUITE SIMPLY BLACK, SMALL COUNTRY and many more.

The reopening coincides with the passing of Chadwick Boseman on 28 August 2020, an actor revered by fans of the MARVEL film world. Cinepax pays tribute to the late actor by screening, at the weekend, the film that made him a global star and marked the official opening of CINEPAX Madagascar two years ago: BLACK PANTHER.

MULAN also hits the cinema on 4 September, against all odds, having originally only been planned for release on a video on demand platform.

K-POP fans were able to exclusively enjoy at Cinepax, on 25, 26 and 27 September, backstage scenes from the latest tour of the Korean band BTS, BREAK THE SILENCE: THE MOVIE.

Recent travel restrictions have encouraged film lovers to return to CINEPAX in search of leisure activities and excursions. The last quarter of 2020 still has some surprises in store.

Families will have a wonderful time at CINEPAX watching animated films such as YAKARI or TROLLS 2.

Action and suspense film buffs will love THE GOOD CRIMINAL.

A mother struggles to cover her daughter's school tuition fees in HAINGOSOA, a feature-length Malagasy film blending documentary and fiction. While the British secret agent James Bond, also known as 007, tells us that this is NO TIME TO DIE.

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  • Monday - Weekly closing
  • Tuesday to Friday - from 12:30 to 9:30 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday - from 09:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

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