What’s Happening on The Coca-Cola Booth at CineEurope This Year?

Celluloid Junkie has partnered with the Coca-Cola Company for a series of sponsored features highlighting what Coke does in cinemas, as well as exploring insights in retail inside and outside the cinema industry from various companies. Here we hear from Coca-Cola what they will be showcasing…

Tech Potential and Promise of CinemaCon 2017 – Part 1.5

CinemaCon is a NATO construct built on the pillars of The Exhibitor’s movie palaces, The Studio’s mix of movies, and The Techniques and Technology that brings them to life. The pillars sit on a wild and nuanced history which reflects…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Monday 23 January 2017

“Lost in London” finds success, PVR launches Vkaao, US cinema ticket price up in 2016, Korea’s cinema attendance down, KinoNor becomes first environmentally certified cinema chain, UK indie cinemas are doing just fine, QSC certifies three cinemas, AMC expands Imax partnership, French kids can watch sex in cinema again, Indian national anthem fracas, bed cinema in Belarus (indoor) and Australia (outdoor), Barco’s Wim Buyens is AIS chairman, Marcus cinema fire scare and International Popcorn Day….

40 Under 40 EUR: Stijn Henderickx of Barco

This story first appeared in a special CineEurope 2016 issue of BoxOffice magazine. To subscribe to the magazine click here. Name: Stijn Henderickx Company: Barco Title: Vice President Cinema Country: Belgium As a toddler growing up in Belgium, Stijn Henderickx…

CJ Cinema Digest – Friday 10 June 2016

Santikos goes all-laser with Barco, New Zealand ticket prices, AMC-Carmike good value, Lodev ticket platform, Kinoklubb slow start, Harkness & Toho, Malco, Epic and Cineco cinema openings and organ sale…

CJ Cinema Digest – Tuesday 22 March 2016

Barco LA Live, UKCA & UNIC oppose Screening Room, AMC-Carmike deal opposed, Springtime for Cinema in France, poor spring for Indian cinema but good year in Pakistan, wine & cinema, sex assaults in cinemas and the ‘cinemability’ of cities. …

Weekly Cinema Digest – Friday 20 November 2015

Belgium – A riot broke out at the Kinepolis cinema in Brussels screening the gang-themed film “Black” last week. Under-aged patrons entered the sold-out screening and refused to leave. The movie has attracted controversy, not so much for its Romeo-and-Juliet…

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