CJ Cinema News Digest – Monday 20 February 2017

C2L CEO puts small-town cinemas in focus, Follow’s film recoupment overview, ICTA LA seminar, recliners for MJR and Rome cinemas, Film2 on-demand service in Spain, “Fifty Shades” wanker arrested, “Chicago” immersive cinema and vintage mobile cinema ‘Audrey’. France – A…

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 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 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…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Tuesday 7 February 2017

“La La Land” gets an EclairColor re-release, Barco and VMM form One Network Alliance, NEC launches a laser projector, Ellon Cinema wins the lottery, demonitisation effects profits at PVR Cinemas and UFO Moviez in India, Ann Summers runs sexy ad campaign in…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Monday 30 January 2016

Vue flagship upgrade, AMC previews 2016 results, Dutch BO up, Japanese cinema review website, Long Eatong cinema fire was ‘arson’, Cinépolis NYC snack-shames food smugglers, Lincoln Marcus getting heated recliner upgrade and gone but not forgotten London cinemas. UK – Vue…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Friday 27 January 2017

Japan 2016 BO up 8%, record Kiwi BO year, Major Cineplex to add 80 screens, Atom Tickets partners Bow Tie Cinemas, Mars renews Sony 4K wows, Bollywood back in Pakistani cinemas, PVR wants to buy 100 screens, Christie RGB laser with Major Cineplex and Taiwan Showtime Cinemas, Severtsons SAT-4K screen, VIP Cinema Seating can make 2,000 luxury seats day, George Scheckel joins Power Technology, RIP Michael Stirling, power outage at Glasgow Cineworld and ScarJo Yummy Pop popcorn – we want it in cinemas!…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Wednesday 25 January 2017

Weed-related stabbing in Dutch cinema, exhibitor shares up in US, INOQ Q3 profits fall, bed cinema in Japan, Lincoln’s ban on multiplexes stays, “La La Land” in EclairColor, fire in cinema that was cannabis farm, “word’s oldest cinema” celebrates 109th birthday….

CJ Cinema News Digest – Monday 23 January 2017

“Lost in London” finds success, PVR launches Vkaao, US cinema ticket price up in 2016, Korea’s cinema attendance down, KinoNor becomes first environmentally certified cinema chain, UK indie cinemas are doing just fine, QSC certifies three cinemas, AMC expands Imax partnership, French kids can watch sex in cinema again, Indian national anthem fracas, bed cinema in Belarus (indoor) and Australia (outdoor), Barco’s Wim Buyens is AIS chairman, Marcus cinema fire scare and International Popcorn Day….

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