A new app, called South Coast Cinema, will make it easy for moviegoers to access and explore more than 50 movie theaters across South Florida.
The app, which was released Wednesday, is designed to help patrons avoid the frustration of going to the theater multiple times.
The new app allows patrons to easily navigate the various theaters in the area.
It also allows patrons the ability to quickly access and share their favorite movies and television shows.
“If you’re going to go to a movie theater and you’re a movie buff, you’re already aware of how to watch a movie.
This app will help you get through the theater and enjoy the film you want to watch,” said Tim Miller, president of the South Coast Film Festival.
Miller said he was particularly excited about the ability for patrons to create their own personalized movie nights and to access the theaters on their own schedules.
Miller hopes that the app will be able to help moviegoers find the theaters they’re looking for and will also help South Florida’s film festival to attract more moviegoers.
Miller noted that theaters are often hard to find in the South, which has become one of the fastest-growing states in the nation in recent years.
South Florida is the state with the highest number of moviegoing households and the second-highest number of people who are avid moviegoers, according to the Pew Research Center.
The South Coast Movie Festival will host three events in 2017, including a screening of “Catch Me If You Can” at the South Shore Cinema in Coconut Creek on Feb. 10.
The festival will also feature an “Inside South Coast” screening at the Coconut Creek Town Center on March 1.