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For immediate release: January, 2014
Camera Cinemas Continues to Serve Our South Bay Communities
We are excited to continue serving our South Bay communities at Camera 3, Camera 7, and Camera 12 in 2014. It is sad to see that some neighboring businesses have closed in Campbell and San Jose, but be assured our three movie theaters are open for business and we're seeing an increase in attendance.
"In fact, with a shorter holiday season in 2013, our attendance increased 11% on average compared to 2012" stated Jack Nyblom, President of Camera Cinemas. Movie fans indeed made time to catch one or more newly released films over the 2013-2014 winter season so far at our theaters.
Our local Camera Cinema venues provide a comfortable place for movie entertainment and for hosting special events such as corporate meetings, birthday parties and more. Even in these times when customers have numerous choices of how and where to watch movies, many people still like going out to catch the latest Hollywood or independent films. For current listings click here: http://www.cameracinemas.com/cgi-bin/movies.cgi?cmd=np
Camera 3 Downtown San Jose: 288 S. Second Street 95113
Camera 7 Campbell (Pruneyard): 1875 S. Bascom Ave. 95008
Camera 12 Downtown San Jose: 201 S. Second Street 95113
About Camera Cinemas
Camera Cinemas have been an important institution in the South Bay film community for over 38 years. Our theaters present a wide variety of independent films including: foreign, underground, re-released classics as well as the latest Hollywood features.
Our organization has been a constant pillar for pop culture and the arts in San Jose and Campbell. Most importantly, we've been routinely honored by our audiences and voted the area's best theaters by readers of San Jose Metro, selected Best Movie Theaters in the San Jose Mercury, and more.