Cinema Going Was Up in Europe in 2016

While the film screened there don’t contribute significantly to the European box office, the just concluded Berlin Film Festival is the occasion for publishing provisional statistics on the past year’s cinema attendance across Europe. No less than three trade bodies issued…

ICTA Cinema(s) of the Year Nominations Open

EUROPEAN OFFICE, February 17th, 2017 22nd ICTA Seminar Series Barcelona Sunday, June 18th – Tuesday, June 20th, 2017 Dear ICTA Member, Again we are going to allocate three different types of award this year: A. Classic Screen of the Year…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Friday 17 February 2017

CGV’s bed cinema banned, Malaysian state allows cinemas, CGV & Lotte escape fines, Fithian says cinema is not dead, EclairColor cinema reviewed, AMC goes alcoholic for “Fifty Shades”, Secret Cinema “Moulin Rouge”, pop-up Tarantino cinema & bar, Glastonbury luxury drive-in…

CJ China Cinema News – Thursday 16 February 2017

“La La Land” can’t save Spring Festival BO, January BO up but fraud returns, Nomura analyst bullish (again), pessimism about Tier 2&3 cities, Wanda’s Shimao deal shrinks as January smiles, Jinyi and Imax to launch VR halls, summer season out…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Wednesday 15 February 2017

Cinemas planned for Saudi Arabia, CGV grows & grows in Vietnam, more UK cinema ticket price cuts, Cineplex production thoughts, India 5% GST plea, dying Swiss single screens, KNCC profits fall, 50 Shades cucumber finds, Bondi cinema evacuation, Vue comfy…

CJ Cinema Property Update – Tuesday 14 February 2017

USA: indoor drive-in UK: Showcase & Odeon flagships in South England S.Korea: Small cinemas Brazil: Cinesystem’s 1st all-laser multiplex in S.America Re-furb/opening: Santa Barbara’s Riviera, Paris’ Les 3 Luxembourg, Cineplex Capitol Kino in Kassel, Erlangen Manhattan VIP, Mumbai’s New Excelsior, Hull’s…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Monday 13 February 2017

50 Shades ‘ban’, Picturehouse strike (DTDC too), US cinema shares down, AMC to sell Manchester multiplex, Skylight outdoor cinema grows, Choovie movie price fixer app, “Trainspotting 2” fight in Scottish cinema and beardie bloke blocked, new Indian cinema fire and…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Friday 10 February 2017

Cinepolis in popcorn stand-off over Trump, cinema shares fall, CGV sees overseas growth, over-45 audience grows in Korea, Goleby buys out Picturehouse Entertainment, Reading fight continues, Switzerland’s 5 Franc cinema week permanent, Greta comes to Switzerland and Alamo Lego Batman…

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