By The Nation
The three screens with 440 seats altogether aim to show quality international, award-winning and arts film.
It will have a direct link to the MRT Samyan station and new cinema technology with an investment budget of over Bt40 million. Customers can book online.
Pongnarin Ulis, one of the founders, said: “House Samyan Movie Theatre will bring solutions to diversified customers. Viewers want movies that offer knowledge and inspiration that can be apply to their self-improvement more than simply just for pleasure. The demand for watching films in a cinema is still apparent.”
Chomsajee Techaratanaprasert, another co-founder, said: “We expect that House Samyan Movie Theatre will become a leading theatre for the largest groups of moviegoers in Bangkok by 2022. We target for 40 per cent market share for our niche market. This market currently accounts for 800,000-1,000,000 viewers.
The cinema will open by the end of 2019, they said.