CJ Cinema Digest – Monday 8 August 2016

Carnival promises 700 screens, PVR ‘over-valued’, UK Exhibition Innovation award, Mood Glove for cinema, Caribbean Cinema in Dominican Rep., Kinepolis Breda, Regal Hampshire and Everyman couches too much like home. …

CJ Cinema Digest – Friday 5 August 2016

Imax & Wanda expand, Everyman profile, Bad (breast-feeding) Mothers in Regal, Rio’s Cinema Know how, Carmike shareholder pro-AMC deal, Anschutz sells Regal state, Art House Theatre Day films, Major Cineplex fined for fire safety, German cinema food smuggling legality, Regal and 4DX expand, Marcio Fraccaroli feted at ShowEast, Odeon’s Imagination Apprentice, new Yorck cinema in Berlin, PVR in Palava, muslims clerics block Nigerian film centre and high altitude outdoor cinema in Korea….

GST Tax Reform Boosts Indian Multiplexes

The introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in India looks set to add 4%-5% to the EBITDA of multiplex operators like PVR and Inox in a major boost for the sector. …

CJ Cinema Digest – Wednesday 3 August 2016

Cinépolis grows in the US, Imax Private Theatre in Dubai, Ptmind & Cinema City track traffic, AAM + Jinyi GuangMei, Unique + Cinedavis, Bangkok Cineplex fire, Cineworld blackout angers, Romeo & Juliette seen both ways, Spencer Klein awarded, Basildon Estate cinema plans dropped, Edinburgh old Odeon plans announced, Blackpool’s Regent re-opens, Gaumont’s Ambassade on Champs-Élysées closes and pets go to Cinesa. …

CJ Cinema Digest – Monday 1 August 2016

Golem’s Moreno dead, Villette outdoor cinemas held indoors, Cameron on cinema, Ukraine & Russia cinema laws, Cinemedia insolvent, Secret Cinema “Dirty” BO haul, André Rieu record, Cinemark gun incident, Regal robbery, MIT glasses-free 3D, AMC to teach Odeon concessions, Argentina concessions smuggling, Barco Escape “Star Trek”, Epic seating, Cineworld opening and chicken in cinema. …