CJ Cinema Digest – Monday 13 June 2016

Lies, damn lies and Millennials, China to overtake US screen count 2017, PVR’s 800% gain,IMAX’s 10% drop, Bollywood 4D, Indian censor woes, Vue Feetham, Lebanon cinema opening, China love doll cinema date….

China Cinema Digest – Thursday 21 May 2015

GDC has been touting the home cinema potential of its DCI system in China. At Beijing Wangjing mansion the company showcased its Jie Terui (JETREEL) brand on 12 May, screening “Avengers: Age of Ultron”. GDC claims to have had 60 titles in…

China Cinema Digest – Wednesday 17 December 2014

Imax has crossed 200 screens in Mainland China following the latest deal announced with Wanda Cinemas. IMAX and Wanda Cinema, announced today that the company, along with Wanda Plaza is located in Hangzhou Gongshu Wanda IMAX theater opened, IMAX theater…

Daily Cinema Digest – Thursday 22 May 2014

In yesterday’s Daily we highlighted the rivalry between fellow South Korean motion-seat vendors CJ 4DPLEX (4DX) and ACOUVUE Inc. (Cine-Sation). Today we bring you a potentially greater rivalry, with NORTH Korea getting in on the motion-seat market as well. Yes,…

Daily Cinema Digest – Wednesday 30 April 2014

There is really only one story to begin with today – Jeffrey Katzenberg is definitely off John Fithian’s Christmas Card list. Not only did Mr Peabody and Sherman underwhelm at the box office, but now the head of Dreamworks Animation has…

Daily Cinema Digest – Monday 14 April 2014

The Wrap takes a look at the growth of ‘4D’ offered by the likes of D-Box, CJ 4DPlex and MediaMation and whether there is a business case for it. Not if it shakes the popcorn out of the tub, it seems….

London Eye Sees 4D Cinema

Merlin Entertainment’s London Eye is adding 4D cinema, with a new screening venue and debut short movie. Designed to excite London Eye-riders, a short movie was written and directed by Julian Napier and stereo 3D produced by Phil Streather, CEO…

Daily Cinema Roundup – Friday 8 May

– Catch someone taping a film off the screen? You have little choice but to let him (it’s rarely a ‘her’) walk free in the UK, according to Sky News. “Tim Richards, who runs Vue cinemas, told Sky News that…

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