CJ Cinema News Digest – Tuesday 23 May 2017

Screenvision for sale, mm2 wants to buy GV, Cineworld results, Picturehouse strike talks, Korea P2P cinema investment, India’s GST for cinema set for 28%, Kerala cinema boycott, “un-islamic” Malaysian cinemas, Met Opera big in Germany, Vue Romford stabbing, Hyderabad cinema…

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….

CJ Cinema Digest – Wednesday 10 August 2016

RealD’s Ultimate Screen, AMC accelerates Dolby Cinema, Cinepolis India price hike OK, Harkness India growth, walking distance Picturehouse, Russian BO up, weekly immersive live Little Cinema, Cineplex bedbugs, Germna cinema lock-in, CGV bed cinema success, Imax Pasching #1, Kate Scherping NCM CFO, new Tokyo Cinema Sunshine and cinema ‘ghost’….

CJ Cinema Digest – Monday 11 July 2016

Money Monsters sink US BO, Indian cinema expand – get Atmos and Rated ‘Buy, New Beverly Cinema docu, London Gourmet Cinema Club, upgrade concession or be a dinosaur, Odeon bomb hoax, Ulmer fire, French video games cinema, Moet outdoor screening, Saigon CGV bed cinema, Landmark in NYC Via 57 West, Austria’s biggest Imax and cinema signs….

CJ Cinema Digest – Friday 17 June 2016

China mobile ticketing beats US, US cinema decline, pricey NYC cinema, Ymagis buys Synchronproduktion, France’s le Fete du Cinema, Inox and Paytm, Fox HDR challenge to cinemas, Sony twin projectors, Polish bed cinema, Austrlian cinema toilet filming, Everyman King’s Cross, Conjuring 2 possessions and death. …

China Cinema Digest – Thursday 17 December 2015

From left: Hu Qiming, Mao Zheng Jun, Lu Way, Yu Xin (photo: Mtime) Mtime hosted a cinema conference on 11 December with a panel on “Diversified Cinema Revenue”. With over 31,000 screens, 6,200 cinemas and CNY ¥40 billion (USD $6.17 billion) in…

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