The Projector revives two cinema halls and the 5th floor foyer of the historic Golden Theatre as an independent cinema and creative platform that brings together a great selection of films, one-of-a-kind events, versatile spaces and delectable fare.
WATCH – Be spoilt for choice with specially curated programmes that showcase indie, foreign, cult favourites, classics, arthouse, horror, local flicks, retrospectives and special themed nights.
A single screen classic cinema hall with 230 seats, the Green Room will be the main screening hall for films curated by The Projector. Besides being redesigned as a versatile events space, the Redrum (pronounced “red room”, inspired by Kubrick’s The Shining) will also be the home to many awesome events!
EAT – At the foyer, the new Intermission Bar serves popcorn, coffee, draft beer, and hybrid menu of other awesome noms – don’t forget to also tune in late at night on weekends for a great mix of live bands and DJs!
OCCUPY – The Redrum has been redesigned into a more playful, flexible, casual lounge, events space & private screening room all in one. With a spacious stage, 180 seats including 30 beanbags, we’re always on the lookout for alternative mashups – a superhero costume singalong disco, a showcase of Wes Anderson fan art or a fashion catwalk with a live DJ!
Golden Theatre was the biggest cinema in Singapore and Malaysia when it was completed in 1973 totaling over 1500 seats. Chong Gay Theatres Ltd built golden Theatre and Golden Mile Tower and the architect was Goh Hock Guan Design Team. Chong Gay Theatres Ltd also built the 2400-seater Kallang Cinema in 1978, the largest cinema in Southeast Asia when it was built, which was bought over by the government in the ‘80s as a new cultural venue called Kallang Theatre.
Golden Theatre, like many other cinemas built in that time, was originally one big movie theatre with stalls and circle seats. The space was subdivided into three separate halls in the 1990s. The Projector comprises two halls (Golden 1 and Golden 2) on the fifth floor that were once the circle seats of Golden Theatre.
Golden Theatre was well patronised for its good quality Mandarin films in the ‘70s and ‘80s, ‘adult’ artistic films in the ‘90s and, more recently, Bollywood hits.
Calling all film buffs! The Projector is looking for volunteers. Drop us an email at email@example.com and let us know why you’re interested and how you can contribute to the team!
The Projector is a creative partnership led by Pocket Projects, with film programming directed by Luna Films and F&B by Golden Bar.
Golden Bar is occupied by day by Clockwork, a co-working movement which uses the space when it is otherwise quiet. Work hard and play hard at The Projector!
We would like to thank all our wonderful contributors who lent us their helpful hands and in kind support while setting up The Projector for her first screenings.
SoftRock Living – Specialists in beanbags and lifestyle furnishings for custom designing comfy bean bags for the Redrum.
KULT – Wicked collaborators who have produced a special movie themed issue of Kult Magazine in conjunction with the launch of The Projector and have left their unmistakable mark on our premises, so keep your eyes peeled!
… and of course all of you who have generously donated to The Projector privately or through our Indiegogo campaign. The Projector exists because of you!
6001 Beach Road
Golden Mile Tower (NOT COMPLEX!)
MRT: Get off at Nicoll Highway Station along the Circle Line. Golden Mile Tower is a 5 min walk away. Bugis and Lavender stations are both 13 mins away.
BUS: Refer to map for buses and bus stops.
Take the lifts next to the Box Office on the ground floor lobby in front of the building (where the buses leave for Kuala Lumpur). We are at Level 5.
Drive along Beach Road towards the city and look out for the sign indicating Golden Mile Tower Carpark. Park on Level 5 – look out for a short flight of steps that lead towards grey doors that lead directly toward our cinema foyer.
Mon – Sat (8am – 5pm) : $1.80 per hour or part thereof
After 5pm : $2.40 per entry
Sunday & Public Holiday (8am onwards): $2.40 per entry