CJ Cinema News Digest – Friday 7 April 2017

Jan Runge leaving UNIC, Tour des Cinemas report in English, Ster-Kinekor hacked, South Korean cinema “wage theft”, actors protest Picturehouse, CGV’s siesta cinema, Lotte chairman denies corruption, UK indies and cinema, Senegal cinema revival, Shia LaBouef film has just one viewer…

CJ Cinema Digest – Friday 22 April 2016

Spanish cinema tragedy, CinemaCon updates (teens, texting, ticket prices & DCDC), Inox limit, 28 Days review, Toyota cinema seats, Live Cinema cons, blind cinema patron in Germany, Imax subtitling for deaf, new cinema plans and Scottish cinema Wurlitzer. …

Weekly Cinema Digest – Friday 14 August 2015

USA (CO) – The Aurora mass killer James Holmes was spared the death penalty after the jury could not unanimously agree for him to be executed. He will now spend the rest of his life in prison instead. Holmes never…

Catch-up Cinema Digest – Wednesday 13 May 2015

A catch-up of cinema news from mainly Anglophone countries from the last few weeks, plus one very big piece of news from Scandinavia. Scandinavia – The majority stake in Nordic Cinema Group, the regions largest cinema operator, has been sold…

Daily Cinema Digest – Monday 15 December 2014

Perhaps the biggest news announced at CineAsia was Arts Alliance Media partnership with Wanda Cinemas. It would be good, however, to have a bit more specifics on what exactly the deal entails for both parties. The partnership will see AAM…

Unique’s MovieTransit Scores Major Deals in Denmark and UK

While satellite delivery was the talk of CinemaCon 2014, Unique Digital notched up two significant victories in Europe that point to fibre delivery playing a greater role for digital cinema in Europe. The deals with UK’s BT and The Danish Distributors…

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