Merry Christmas and an Exciting 2017 Ahead

Celluloid Junkie wishes its readers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We will be back even bigger, better and with more coverage of everything that matters to the cinema industry in 2017….

CJ Cinema Property Update – Tuesday 13 December 2016

USA: Coral Gables (FL) new Landmark, Flushing (NYC) gets cinema. CANADA: Landmark plans in East Regina. S. KOREA: MegaBox in Dongdaegu, all-laser CGV in Kwangyang. ISRAEL: Cinema City Netanya. FRANCE: Sable’s cinema in Thum, Mont-de-Marsan’s Le Grand Club, GERMANY: Luxor Filmpalast Heidelberg, Pocking 4-screen, Muckli in Aurich, Kamp-Lintfort multiplex plans, UK: Odeon Bournemouth flagship, INDIA: PVR in Vedoara, ROMANIA: Cinema City in Kamp-Lintfort. REFURBISHMENTS: Ufa-Filmpalast Cologne, Showcase Cinema de Lux Peterborough (UK), Mumbai’s Liberty, Ace Cinemas Midlands, Walsrod Capitol, Cinema Diana. OUTDOOR CINEMA: French pool cinema, German winter cinemas. CLOSURES: Reel Cinema Plymouth, Terrace Theatre. …

CJ Cinema Digest – Monday 25 April 2016

CGV mulls divests, VPF transparency call, Helios expansion, Prince in cinema, Saudi Arabia cinema, Marathi films mandated, “Deadpool” alcohol raid, Japan’s 1st dine-in cinema and more…

Paris Terrorist Attacks Impact French Cinemas

Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris led to the closure of Gaumont, Pathé, UGC and MK2 cinemas in the French capital on the Saturday, as well as affecting several film events scheduled for the coming week. The terrorist attacks are likely to…

Millenials and the Future of Cinema

The following editorial has been adapted from a post written by Irina Kobzeva-Pavlovic, Director of Marketing and Business Development at TK Architects International which was published on the company’s blog. One of the common themes at the CinemaCon in Las Vegas this…

CineEurope 2015 – Day 1

The first day of CineEurope saw a focus on mobile and social media challenges as well as the opening keynotes….

Alibaba Buys China Cinema Ticketing Company for $134m

The biggest financial cinema news of the week was not at the CinemaCon trade show in Las Vegas. Demonstrating instead the importance of China to the cinema business, e-commerce giant Alibaba paid 840 million yuan (USD $134 million) for cinema…

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