Baray Andet Cinema

Charles De Gaulle Street, Mondul 3, Slorkram Commune,
Siem Reap

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pecs2eger
pecs2eger on April 17, 2014 at 4:04 pm

In 2007 some posted a comment on Cinema Treasures. Is this now a dead website re. Cambodia? Yesterday I posted the following: … Is this theater operating? Another? Current movies and coming attractions? Quality of sound and picture? Because Siem Reap has few screens, why not share the best on DVD from member perspectives? A site worth reviving?

pecs2eger
pecs2eger on April 17, 2014 at 4:02 am

Is this theater operating? Another? Current movies and coming attractions? Quality of sound and picture? Because Siem Reap has few screens, why not share the best on DVD from member perspectives?

Patrick Crowley
Patrick Crowley on October 8, 2007 at 2:52 am

Theaters outside of the US are welcome on this website. While the book largely focused on operating movie theaters in America, the website is international scope.

Warren, we’d love to have native residents flesh out our international listings, but it’s perfectly okay for Americans (or Brits) to do so, as well. And, btw, our website is several years older than our book…. you should know that! :)

We hope to publicly clarify our editing policy in the near future, so there’s less confusion about what is and is not a Cinema Treasure.

Thanks for your comments, everyone! (And to Warren for sparking this discussion.)

irishcine
irishcine on October 7, 2007 at 7:06 pm

I rather agree with Ken, knowing of a cinema may help to unearth more information and photographs of cinemas whose history is unrecorded. Of course it would be better if we had all the information in the beginning.

HowardBHaas
HowardBHaas on October 7, 2007 at 4:22 pm

Is there another website which allows people to comment on theaters?

Personally, I prefer this website to be international. I consult it before I travel.

I agree that listings need have more content, but Ken is correct in that content is often filled in after the theater is entered. Many people won’t take the step of “adding” a theater but they will comment once it is added.

So, ease up, Warren, especially since Ken is a volunteer, and there’s no membership fees so you shouldn’t object to the “product”

Ken Roe
Ken Roe on October 6, 2007 at 6:03 pm

Warren, This is an internet site which covers the entire world. Ok, there may not be much information on theatres like this to start with, but that is what Cinema Treasures is all about. Hopefully someone local to the area, or a visitor/tourist will now have the opportunity to input some more details.

I can think of many American theatres on this site, some in major cities, that have absolutely no description or details about the buildings, but slowly these details eventually emerge.