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High-quality Yangon movie theaters continue to be an important entertainer
One could say that the post-World War II phase, which was around the 1950s, was the gold age of Myanmar Motion Picture. There were about 150 movie producers in Yangon during this phase and almost all had their own theaters. One could say that the post-World War II phase, which was around the 1950s, was the gold age of Myanmar Motion Picture.
There were about 150 movie producers in Yangon during this period and almost all had their own theaters. "These were the days that could be considered the age of Myanmar Motion Picture," said U Aung Lwin, producer and actor. lwin. However, as most theatres were nationalised and excluded from screenings in 1968, the number of theatres and movie-producing firms declined slowly.
There were also renowned theatres such as Shwe Gon, Myoma, Sanpya, Shwe Man and San Thiri, to name but a few. Even the movie theaters along Sule Pagoda Road in downtown Yangon, which were the proud of Myanmar Motion Pictures, had to give in, and today there are properties and commercial centers in places of these renowned theaters.
"These theaters have been superseded by supermarkets, restaurants, hotels and storage facilities. The Ritz Cinema, situated on Bogyoke Aung San Street, was torn down in the 1990s for the building of today's Sakura Tower. Then, even big names like Pa Pa Pa Win and Gon were torn down on Sule Pagoda Rd and the Traders House (now Sule Shangri-La Hotel) was constructed here," said U Aung Lwin.
Right now, Thamada, Thwin, Nay Pyi Taw and Mingalar are the last lifelines of Myanmar's film-making. In addition, JCGV theaters, which have been placed in Junction malls by the Shwe Taung Group of Companies since 2012, will also become a place where Myanmar and overseas movies are shown.
Exactly like in the songs of the popular female vocalists Yan Yan Yan Chan and Thar So, called "Yangon Mandalay Yangon", whose texts are indeed many film aficionados, but there are only a few movie theaters in Yangon. Today, Myanmar films depend on TV stations and DVDs, and they must live by showing films in Thwin (cinema) and the Mingalar Group and Shwe Taung Group theaters.
With Myanmar films declining in terms of qualitiy, most young viewers have opted to see more films internationally than Myanmar films. "I like Myanmar films, but not all. As Myanmar's films become more and more stupid and ridiculous, as they say. I' m not gonna go through those kind of films and waste my fucking spare times and my own dollars.
A Hollywood movie is full of substance. I don't go to every movie abroad. I' m just watching the high end films," says Ko Myat Soe from Yankin. Since new films are changing in the theaters every Friday, he goes to these theaters to see what film he wants. On Saturdays and Sundays he goes to the movie with his mates.
Currently, the Thamada Kino shows only films from Myanmar and the Nay Pyi Taw Kino shows films from around the world. Theatres in Shae Saung, San Pya, Win Kino and Mingalar Mini Kino show both Myanmar and abroad. The Mingalar Company Limited owns eighty per cent of the theaters in Myanmar. Centuries under the Mingalar Group:
The Thamada, Thwin, Naypyitaw, Shae Saung, Mingalar Sanpya and other movie theaters show films from 10:00 to 21:30, a combined five shows a full working full time per night; JCGV theaters under the Shwe Taung Group have five shows per Friday, Saturday and holiday and from 10:00 to 19:00 (four shows) on other dates.
"Myanmar movies are shown on a regular basis in theaters, but overseas movies are usually shown a few weeks later than at the beginning of the multi-stake. Some publications of overseas movies, however, come on Friday (the date on which the movie theater can change to another movie), so that you can see the movie the same date it is published internationally," said a JCGV movie-officer.
3D film cards are more expensive than the regular K 1000 rate. The JCGV movie theaters are opened in Yangon, Mandalay, Napyitaw and Nawlamyaing; a grand total of about 20 theaters are in use. However, although there are not many movie theaters any more, like in the Yangon Straits' Gold Era, there are still a number of theaters showing high-quality 3-D and 2-D format film.