CJ Cinema News Digest – Friday 3 March 2017

UKCA conference highlights, Top 100 films = 94% BO, P&A costs falling, Multikino responsive web design, EclairColor white paper, German take on 3D ‘failure’, Picturehouse workers strike, Korea cinema evacuation, The Light’s not-so-autistic-friendly screening, Shepperton autistic-friendly, Glasgow dog-friendly, Rio’s brilliant…

Weekly Cinema Digest – Friday 28 August 2015

UK – Odeon & UCI group has released its first half-year result. It looks like rather than just cruising on the blockbuster wave of the first six months there are signs of a genuine turnaround – just as the group…

Daily Cinema Digest – Wednesday 8 April 2015

Australia – This is the first time I’ve ever heard of a cinema being evacuated because of its popcorn. A batch of burnt popcorn caused the evacuation of four cinemas at the Grand Cinema Warwick complex on Monday night. Fire…

Daily Cinema Digest – Wednesday 25 March 2015

France – It is ‘Cinema Spring’ in France for the 16th year when tickets are sold for just 3.50 euro for every show for three days (Sunday-Tuesday) this past week. France is one of the few European markets where cinema…

Daily Cinema Digest – Wednesday 18 March 2015

Following the announcement of a dedicated eSports screen in London’s Fulham Broadway (Vue), plus one more site, this now looks set to be the biggest global eSporting event since the Coca Cola-sponsored League of Legends tournament finale. More details on…

Daily Cinema Digest – Monday 17 February 2014

  The sale of the Cineworld cinema in central Dublin reveals some interesting things about the exhibition market in the Irish Republic. The deal itself is straightforward enough. “The country’s busiest movie theatre – Dublin’s 17-screen 3,360-seat Cineworld on Parnell…

Daily Cinema Digest – Tuesday 21 January 2014

Planning issues for Odeon in London and Vue in Brighton… a cinema rebuilt from the wreckage of Hurricane Katrina… Happy (Feet) ending for one cinema in Australia but not for 2nd… autism-friendly screenings and Empire worried about its loans… Giselle…

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