CapitaLand unveils CBD’s first cinema

From left: Storm Boy producer Matthew Street; Australia’s High Commissioner to Singapore, His Excellency Mr Bruce Gosper; lead actor Finn Little; Mrs Margaret Gosper and director Shawn Seet. Photo: Salt Media & Entertainment

Workers in Singapore’s central business district looking to unwind after a busy day can now add catching a movie to their list of activities, with CapitaLand’s unveiling of the CBD’s first-ever movie theatre.

Located on the ninth floor of Capital Tower, the Big Picture theatre is a 227-seater cinema operated by media company Salt Media & Entertainment. The theatre is one of the many new experiences launched as part of CapitaLand’s new Office of the Future strategy to create the next wave of distinctive workplace offerings for its tenants.

As part of its launch, the theatre on 15 January hosted the global premiere screening of Australian film Storm Boy, which stars actors Geoffrey Rush and Jai Courtney. Fellow lead actor Finn Little and director Shawn Seet graced the red carpet on this occasion, while Australia’s High Commissioner to Singapore, Mr Bruce Gosper, was guest of honour.

Besides a slew of movie screenings in the evenings and weekends, the Big Picture theatre is also available for rent by companies that wish to hold events like annual general meetings, press conferences and seminars.

To book the Big Picture for your corporate event, email custsvc-ct@capitaland.com.

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