Want information on how AMC got its start in the movie industry and facts about our company today? This section has all our corporate information, news releases and the history of AMC.
AMC stands for American Multi-Cinema and is not in affiliation with the cable television station, AMC.
On January 27, 2006, AMC and Loews merged their respective businesses into one, mega-business. The merger represents the combination of two of the oldest and most respected names in the theatre exhibition business with 180 years of experience and leadership.
Unfortunately, due to cost and lack of support, the Summer Movie Camp program ended in 2010.
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At AMC, we are considering content from independent filmmakers for feature-length films to bringing our guests the best specialty films. You can find all of the information for submitting your film here.
AMC prefers to receive business and marketing proposals by mail. Please address yours to the appropriate department at:
AMC Entertainment Inc.
(insert your intended department)
11500 Ash Street
Leawood, KS 66211
AMC follows all local and federal guidelines for employing minors in the workplace. We often provide offers for employment to persons between the ages of 14-17, based on the times that they can work as indicated by their school work permits.
Because the labor laws can vary from state to state, we'd encourage you to contact your local theatre and speak with the manager. He or she will be the best person to ask about age requirements for employment.
For employment verification of an AMC associate, contact the Work Number at 800-367-5690 and use the AMC company code 11859, or on the web at www.theworknumber.com.