Film Art Center has a retro-like 90’s feel with lots of marble floors, massive screens, and old school bathrooms. There are nine hotels with a total of 1,058 seats. Tickets at normal times are 90-180 RMB or half with Gewara. If you’re interested in sound, it has the world’s second-largest display with Dolby Atmos sound. This place is good for 3D movies. Thanks to the Shanghai International Film Festival (SIFF) connection, they show more independent and international local films than most venues in the city and hold press conferences as well as directors ’questions and answers’ at the annual event in June. The audience is more educated than in many theaters. However, there is significantly more Huang Niu (Ticket Scalper) in the theater than in most theaters in the city, which can be annoying or fun/fascinating depending on the perspective. Plus, you only have CityShop downstairs if the theater snacks are not suitable for you. They also have a discount on Mondays and Tuesdays. Despite being owned by a massive SFC state, it still has a local vibe.
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