Getting accurate movie showtimes shouldn’t be that hard
Burdened by their corporate responsibility to advertise gigantic plastic popcorn buckets, Thai theatre websites are full of ads, slow and not very usable on mobile devices. As a stopgap, some theatre operators offer a mobile app, which is fine if you exclusively go to their branches.
If you want to know what’s showing near you without being tied to a specific theatre or chain, or care about independent movies and film festivals, you have to jump between mobile apps, facebook pages and poor websites. An exercice in frustration, especially when you’re on the go.
Showtimes in one place
Movie showtimes are updated multiple times daily from the official theatre websites.
We also include showtimes for film festivals and smaller independent cinemas which may not have an official website.
While we strive to cover as many venues as possible, some can't be followed reliably as their website structure can't be parsed automatically or they post their programmes as a picture on facebook.
Here are boutique venues offering an alternative to blockbusters:
- Cinema Oasis
- Documentary Club Thailand
- Friese-Greene Club
- Goethe Institut
- Jacqueline Bangkok
- jam ciné club
- Japan Foundation
- Japanese Thai Communication
- Lido Connect
- Prince Heritage
- River City Bangkok Film Club
- Thai Film Archive
If you know of another venue screening movies in Bangkok that is not in our list, or if you would like to add your cinema to Cinematic, get in touch!
Film Festivals & Special Screenings
There is more to Thai cinema than slapstick and horror. Do not miss Thai Worldview's Thai cinema (includes a database of Thai movies, actors, actresses, directors and film history), Wise Kwai's Thai Film Journal (sadly no longer updated), Top 10 Thai films to see, FilmDoo (watch Thai movies online), The South East Asia Movie Theater Project and Raremeat's Thai movie reviews (in Thai).
This website uses the TMDb API to display additional movie details, but is not endorsed or certified by TMDb.
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Our lawyer made us say this:
Showtimes are provided for informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice.
If you notice anything wrong or just want to say hello, please contact us from one of the links down this page.