By The Numbers: Predicting Cinema’s Post-COVID Recovery

At the end of last year the Celluloid Junkie editorial team began discussing its annual predictions piece for 2021. However, most expert forecasts for 2020 crumbled like volcanic lava sliding into the ocean. We stared into the 2021 crystal ball…

Cinema of the Month: Cinépolis JK Iguatemi – São Paulo, Brazil

Celluloid Junkie is proud to have partnered with Vista Cinema for the Cinema of the Month series. Vista is the world’s leading cinema management software solutions company. We won’t just be featuring cinemas whose operators use Vista, but we will surely mention when…

Expocine 2017 Has More To Offer Attendees

Since its inaugural event four short years ago, Expocine has become the preeminent industry trade show for motion picture exhibitors and distributors in Latin America. Like CineEurope, its equivalent in the European Union, the conference has fast become invaluable for…

Warner Bros. Delays Release of “Sully” In Brazil

At the last possible moment, Warner Bros. Pictures has delayed the release of “Sully: O Herói do Rio Hudson” (Sully: The Hudson River Hero) which was scheduled to open today, Thursday, December 1st. The studio made the decision due to…

CJ Cinema Digest – Wednesday 17 August 2016

Alibaba goes cinema, Vox goes Saudi, CGV charged, Brazil cinemas need banks, Alamo grows, NCM bonds, Profits@Dundrum, trailer trauma, Guzzo baby surrender, UFO sues cinemas, deaf man sues Celebration Cinemas, laser survey, Sunshine bomb hoax, Reel goes luxury at Palm, Vue facelift, Pathé and Gaumont documentary….

Expocine Was Bigger and Better In 2015

If you are a cinema operator or distributor in South America, then you were probably at the Centro de Convenções Frei Caneca in São Paulo, Brazil last month for Expocine 2015. Nearly 2,000 registered delegates turned up at the second…

Profile: Interview with Marcelo Lima of Expocine and Exibidor

As the worldwide motion picture exhibition and distribution industries head to Las Vegas next week for CinemaCon, their annual convention, few will be thinking about trade shows later in the year, let alone ones outside North America. That’s not true…

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