Europe Cinema Property Update – October 2017

Germany: Yorck open delphi Lux in Berlin, Cine K Korback work starts, Cineplex Meitingen delayed; France: Pathe Massey is France’s first Dolby Cinema, Cinevillage go-ahead; Poland: Oh Kino and Cinema City open in Wroclaw; Romania: first all-VIP cinema and first…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Friday 13 October 2017

Dear Junkies, Cinemas are increasingly catering to the deaf and blind, but what about patrons who are both? A US court has just ruled that cinemas have an obligation to such customers as well. This all stems from an incident…

CJ Analysis: Taking Stock of Cinema Stocks

Shares in North American cinema operators have endured a rough ride this summer, with AMC taking a particular battering following a perfect storm of a weak third quarter (Q3), uncertainty in China (especially over financing from its largest shareholder, Wanda)…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Friday 2 June 2017

Screening Room hype, IMAX & AMC shares down, Indian cinema up, PVR 1,000 screen in 2020, RealD’s Lewis defends 3D, Cineplex thinks outside the box (office), Lebanon boycotts WW, CNN faults 4DX, UK arthouse problems, Barco Escape’s ‘The Recall’ reviewed,…

CJ Cinema Property Update – Wednesday 12 April 2017

Russia: Polish design in Mori South Africa: New NuMetro  UK: Kingston boutique, Grimsby 9-screen, Aberdeen, Glasgow Everyman, Sheffield The Light, Scarborough cinema war, Peterborough uncertainty, Wellgate The Light delayed, Reel in Kirby Holland: Kinepolis Den Bosch Germany: Berlin cinema revival, Meiningen…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Tuesday 14 March 2017

AMC settles lawsuit, Everyman profits, Cineplex grows Rec Room, March is new BO April, VR tested at SXSW, Lorendal new head of SF Bio, MPA’s Dodd skips CinemaCon, Beauty & Beast skips Malaysia, Kaufmann skips rehearsal for screen, Moscow cinema bomb…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Friday 13 January 2017

Cineworld revenue up, record Korean BO year, good Dutch BO too, quotas urged for Thai films, Danish cinema misbehaviour, SF flagship cinema closed by leak, ECA Award nominations announced, “Call of Duty” at Cineplex cinemas, Stockholm’s Bio Capitol hits 4000% Kickstarter goal. …

CJ Cinema News Digest – Tuesday 29 November 2016

PVR share dealings questioned, Inox turns ATM, Odeon Xmas opening, Wehrenberg to keep name, 900 films in UK cinemas 2016, Merlin nabs Wellesley, Wanda not playing Golden Horse winner, Alex Sheldon goes Curzon, Nottingham’s Vintage Pop-Up Cinema, Kiwi Night Owl Cinema, Cineplex re-seating, 4DX in France, Best Cinema ads of all time. …

CJ Cinema Digest – Friday 13 May 2016

Cineplex’s €25/25 days, 9 Oct Euro Art Cine Day, Ymagis Q1, ICTA screen awards, 3 month window means ‘death’ in Germany, Rio strike, Screenvision connects, goodbye Marble Arch and something in the cinema …

Weekly Cinema Digest – Friday 4 December 2015

Sweden – A Swedish cinema chain has stopped accepting cash payments in all of its venues after disturbances involving gangs of youth. Björnbiografer AB no longer accept cash for its cinemas in Falun, Gagnef, Ludvika, Rättvik, Sandviken, Tierp and Vansbro. In one incident…

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