Movie Theaters in Maui
Maui Movie Theaters
There are four major multi-screen movie theaters on Maui, each showing multiple movies each day. There are two movie theaters in Kahului (central Maui), one in Lahaina (west side), and one in Kihei (south side).
Below are the phone numbers and links to the movie schedules for each of Maui’s movie theaters.
If it’s raining or you need a break from the beach or the kids just want to see a movie, there are plenty of choices at the theaters listed below. Whether you spell it theaters or theatres, the showtimes are at the links below.
For lots of other things to do on Maui see Maui activities attractions and sights.
Maui Theater phone numbers and links
Want to watch some Maui movies? Head to one of these theaters to watch the big films and occasional smaller local films.
Lahaina (west side)
Wharf Cinema Center in the Wharf Center
(across from the Banyan tree)
808-249-2222 3# Showtimes schedule
Kihei (south side)
Regency Kihei Cinemas in the Kukui Mall
Kahului (central Maui)
Other Unique Showings and Events
Maui Arts and Cultural Center
Though the Maui Arts and Cultural Center isn’t a normal movie theater, they do often show outdoor films for free. Grab a blanket and some chairs, and come sit down with the kids under the stars. Food trucks and a full bar offer everything you might need.
Maui Arts is also the home of many film premieres (think surf films) as well as Maui Film Festival releases in the Castle Theater. See the MACC Calendar
Maui Ocean Center
The Maui Ocean Center has a new 3D Theater where they showcase their own film about humpback whales. This short film is worth visiting the aquarium by itself! Watching massive humpback whales show you up close what life-size means is beyond jaw-dropping.
Maui Film Festival
Each summer, the Maui Film Festival brings dozens of films and shorts to Maui, along with celebrities and film lovers. Films are shown under the stars in Makena, at the MACC in Kahului, and sometimes even on the sand. The films are curated by our good friend Barry Rivers, and he tends to only choose films with a positive message and potential impact on the world. Feel-good films, surf flicks, and powerful spiritual, environmental, and cerebral films foot the bill. But movies aren’t the only things on the calendar. Our film fest brings some of the best foodie parties in the State.
Learn more about the Maui Film Festival.