Landmark Cinemas Announces Reopening of Theatres in Alberta and B.C. - @LandmarkCinemas

Landmark Cinemas Announces Reopening of Theatres in Alberta and B.C.

Landmark Cinemas will welcome back Movie Lovers to the big-screen movie-going experience at select theatres in Alberta on Friday, June 26th. On July 3rd, all locations in Alberta and BC will be open to Movie Lovers. Landmark's theatres located in Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan will remain closed until provincial and municipal health authorities permit their safe and practical reopening. A list of theatre locations, and opening dates, follows.

In partnership with North America's leading film distributors, Movie Lovers will be able to enjoy a selection of classic movies for all audiences that were meant to be seen on the big-screen such as Jurassic Park, Jaws, The Empire Strikes Back, Wonder Woman, and ET: The Extra-Terrestrial. All classic movies are just $5.00 every day, and $2.99 on Tuesdays (including applicable taxes). Pricing also applies to classic movies experienced in Landmark's exclusive Laser Ultra premium large format (PLF) experience, XTREME, and IMAX®.

Moviegoers may purchase their tickets at or on the Atom app. Full offer details are available at Showtimes and tickets are on sale now for Landmark's six Alberta locations opening Friday, June 26th. Tickets go on sale Tuesday, June 30th for theatres opening July 3rd.

Landmark will implement the health and safety measures of the applicable provincial and municipal governments to provide movie-goers with a safe and enjoyable movie-going experience. We ask Movie Lovers join us in doing their part to protect members of their community, including our employees, by staying home if they are experiencing any symptoms. In addition to those noted here, Movie Lovers may review Landmark's enhanced health and safety policies and preview their movie-going experience at

Providing physical distancing by:

Reducing available seating by at least 50% and maintaining reserved seating to ensure distancing is organized.

Reducing showtimes and increasing the time between showtimes to eliminate congestion in the lobby areas

Requesting moviegoers arrive no sooner than 20 minutes prior to their movie's showtime

Providing concession queue lines with floor markers for distancing within each lane

Requiring moviegoers to follow the instructions of the Landmark Cast member or directional signage and exit by row to ensure proper physical distancing. Alternative exit paths will be used wherever possible to minimize overlap with arriving Guests.

Requiring that family members or cohorts as permitted by provincial health authorities seat themselves within the block of adjoining seats – but please remember to respect physical distancing of your fellow Guests

Enhancing health and safety by:
Auditoriums, seating surfaces, washrooms and common areas will be disinfected with Vital Oxide. Completely odorless and 100% biodegradable Vital Oxide has been proven to kill 99.99% of bacteria and has been approved by Health Canada for use against SARS-CoV-2, the Coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

Creating the position of Hygiene Officer, responsible for ensuring that all health and cleaning procedures are completed to specification.

Implementing a Fit for Work policy requiring each Cast member to complete a health assessment questionnaire prior to each shift to confirm that they are symptom-free.

Requiring Cast to sanitize and wipe down their service area prior to serving each Guest
Requiring all employees to wear PPE including face masks and gloves in select positions. All PPE is provided by Landmark Cinemas at no cost to its employees.

Requiring all employees to wash their hands every 30 minutes

Rigorous cleaning of high touch areas and auditoriums between shows

Providing hand sanitizer throughout the lobby areas

Installation of protective barriers

Encouraging moviegoers to purchase ticket in advance at or the ATOM ticketing and use contactless payment in-theatre

Landmark's Fort McMurray and Surrey Guildford theatres will debut the company's exclusive Laser Ultra premium large format (PLF) experience upon re-opening. This state-of-the-art sound and projection experience features Barco's laser projection system, for superior image quality, coupled with immersive DOLBY Atmos® sound which produces breathtaking sound quality that puts movie-goers in the action, creating a truly immersive experience.


June 26
Calgary – Market Mall, Country Hills, Shawnessy
Edmonton – St. Albert, Spruce Grove
Fort McMurray – Eagle Ridge
July 3
Edmonton – Edmonton City Centre
Sylvan Lake
Drayton Valley

British Columbia

July 3
Campbell River
Dawson Creek
Fort St. John
Kelowna, Grand 10
New Westminster
Port Alberni
Surrey, Guildford
West Kelowna, Encore
West Kelowna, Xtreme

Landmark Cinemas Announces Reopening of Theatres in Alberta and B.C. - @LandmarkCinemas Landmark Cinemas Announces Reopening of Theatres in Alberta and B.C. - @LandmarkCinemas Reviewed by FADED4U on June 23, 2020 Rating: 5

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