Asia Cinema Property Update – October 2017

China/HK: luxury Central cinema; India: L&T’s Hyderabad Next multiplexes, Mukta Arts in TN, PVR Chanakya, Cinépolis Guwahati; Japan: Tokyo Midtown Hibiya Toho, Aeon Chofu; Kazakhstan: Astana; Malaysia: GSC Megawati Mall; Pakistan: Cinepax in Silakot; Singapore: Golden Village Paya Lebar; UAE: City Centre Sharjah Vox….

Asia-Pac Cinema Property Update – Wednesday 23 August 2017

Korea first Cine Q, CGV in Bulsan; China new Cinker, oval dome IMAX; Japan Aeon in Nagano; India PVR Icon & regular multiplex in Pune; Singapore: Cathay in Parkway; Australia Event Cinema Sunshine Coast Closing: Lotte Jeju.  Korea (Republic of, South) – New…

CJ Cinema (ROW) Property Update – Thursday 20 July 2017

Australia: Palace Melbourne Japan: Aeon Chofu, United Cinemas Okinawa Israel: Yes Planet  Zikhron Yaakov Poland: Helio Katowice USA: Bow Tie Troy, Montclair Imax, Boulder art-house, GQT Lafayette India: Mukta A2 x2, SPI Bengaluru, Inox Noida, PVR Kota France: 4 Delta…

CJ Cinema Property Update – Thursday 8 June 2017

Germany: Kmap-Lintfort on track Japan: first Kid’s screen & ScreenX Canada: Fort McMurray’s Landmark UK: Liverpool Everyman, Montrose competition, St Enoch 24-hour licence, South Ruislip Cineworld, Haverfordwest withdrawal New Zealand: Palmerston Focal delayed USA: Rialto luxury-plex China: CHAO film club Finally:…

CJ Cinema Property Update – Thursday 4 May 2017

USA: Marcus Southbridge, Alamo Staten Island, Reading Titan XC San Diego Japan: Sunshine Aira Korea: Megabox Songdo, Ariary Jeongseon China: Suning x2  Australia: Footscray and Perth UK: Perth and Aberdeen’s Blackdog Ireland: Galway arthouse to open this year  Germany: Bergheim cinema…

CJ Cinema Digest – Tuesday 23 February 2016

Could Poland’s Helios make an attractive acquisition target, Carnival’s secret strategy for India revealed, Imax expands in France with Pathe and in UK (with everyone?), Movio-Vue partner for analytics…

Weekly Cinema Digest – Friday 30 October 2015

UK – The Financial times has a special ‘The Business of Film’ supplement that looks at cinema and finds – surprise, surprise – that it is still surviving and thriving in the age of streaming and lauded TV shows. Rentrak’s Paul…

Weekly Cinema Digest – Monday 26 October 2015

UK – The two leading IP protection bodies in the UK are increasing the bounty for cinema staff who catch camcorders in the act. The Film Distributors’ Association (FDA) and the Federation Against Copyright Theft (FACT) will now pay cinema staff…

Weekly Cinema Digest – Friday 31 July 2015

India – After its deal with Austria’s Cineplexx, Dolby has tied up with PVR to launch Atmos in 50 of the chain’s auditoriums over the next two years at a cost of INR 40 crore (USD $6.26 million). This will…

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