As a wholly owned subsidiary of Tanjong Public Limited Company, Tanjong Golden Village Cinemas (TGV Cinemas) has been catering to the local cinemagoers since its inception back in 1995.
Being a pioneer of the local cinema industry by being the first cinema to introduce the multiplex concept, has thus far established itself as the second largest cinema chain in Malaysia, after Golden Screen Cinemas.
TGV’s continuous efforts in reinventing their cinemas is part of the establishment’s immediate and long-term goals, and the exhibitor have so far delivered fresh cinematic concepts such as the Beanieplex, LUXE and the IMAX Theatre, with the latter being a co-venture with the IMAX Corporation based in Canada.
The first IMAX was launched at TGV Sunway Pyramid in conjunction with Tom Cruise’s “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol's” local release back in December 2011.
TGV Cinemas is currently led by its Chief Excutive Officer Mr. Gerald V. Dibbayawan.
In 2013, TGV Cinemas had established its own movie distribution wing called TGV Pictures.
In April 2014, TGV Cinemas had introduced a new luxury concept cinema called Indulge at TGV 1 Utama which combines fine-dining and a posh cinema experience.
Currently, TGV Cinemas has 22 cinemas strewn across various states nationwide and four IMAX theatres, which are housed at TGV Sunway Pyramid, TGV 1 Utama, TGV Tebrau, Johor and TGV Gurney Paragon, Penang respectively.