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Disney Screen Launches in Orlando at Cinemark Artegon Marketplace on July 31

Congratulations to Josh Y. on winning our contest for Disney Screen tickets!

Hi everyone!

There is a terrific new program by Disney called Disney Screen, launching in six markets (Dallas, Chicago, Cleveland, Orlando, San Francisco, and Los Angeles). It kicked off on July 31st and is a great value for watching Disney films on the big screen! As of this writing, there are 6 theaters involved in Disney Screen, all theaters under the Cinemark brand. In Orlando, ours is at the Cinemark at Artegon Marketplace.

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Disney Screen is a new way to watch your favorite Disney films on the big screen. Each week, Disney Screen will host four classic Disney films. All four films play each day and are accompanied with a short film. Passes are good for unlimited admission (one pass person) and can be purchased for a day, week, month, or quarter. Disney Screen launches in six markets, Dallas, Chicago, Cleveland, Orlando, San Francisco, and Los Angeles on July 31. For tickets and information, go to

For example, from July 31st – August 6th, 2015, the theme is “Music Week” and the movies available are The Jungle Book, The Aristocats, Hercules and The Little Mermaid. I’ve never seen The Jungle Book at a movie theater, so that is what we plan to watch this week – but we could see all 4 if we chose to for one price. A daily pass costs $5.00, and can be used for 4 movies! For a weekly pass, the cost is $10.00. A monthly pass is $20.00 and a quarterly pass is $40.00. For those who love Disney films, it is a fantastic value! Other movies coming up this month include Bolt, Up, Ratatouille, and Dumbo. In September, movies scheduled include Cinderella, The Rocketeer, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and Swiss Family Robinson.

All 4 films play each day, and include a Disney short. With The Jungle Book is The Band Concert. I’m almost as excited about the Disney short films as I am the features!

– Early matinee and twilight shows have been programmed for a younger audience (although many of the movies I’m interested in are the “younger” films!)

– Each schedule is repeated for 7 days, with a new block of titles opening every Friday and playing through Thursday evening.

Admission will be offered on a “membership pass” model—$5 per day, $10 per week, $20 per month, and $40 quarterly per person, with unlimited access during your chosen period.

Scheduled times for the films are 10:30 a.m., 1:15 p.m., 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.