CJ Cinema News Digest – Tuesday 18 April 2017

Vue to buy Printworks, Odeon-Imax plans, fatal Showcase stabbing, Netflix France cinema pressure, India price cap, Cinepolis India UPI, 21% Germans ‘never’ go to cinema, 700 films banned in German cinemas, INCAA sacking protest, Picturehouse strike, Showcase shooting, another cinema…

40 Under 40 EUR: Nathanaël Karmitz of MK2

This story first appeared in a special CineEurope 2016 issue of BoxOffice magazine. To subscribe to the magazine click here. Name: Nathanaël Karmitz Company: MK2 Title: CEO Country: France Son of legendary film director, producer and businessman Marin Karmitz to…

40 Under 40 EUR: Nathalie Cieutat of Cinemas Gaumont Pathé

This story first appeared in a special CineEurope 2016 issue of BoxOffice magazine. To subscribe to the magazine click here. Name: Nathalie Cieutat Company: Cinemas Gaumont Pathé Title: Programming Director Country: France Nathalie Cieutat has been working in the motion…

CJ Cinema Digest – Wednesday 9 March 2016

PVR hits 500 screens, Odeon goes Limitless, French record February, missing Uruguayan audiences, Imagine Lightvibed Dragons, bomb hoaxes and cops in cinemas, Kirkuk cinema hope and Gold Class….

Weekly Cinema Digest – Friday 15 January 2016

Europe – 2016 was a pretty good year at the European box office, with the feel good of “Star Wars: the Force Awakens” at the end of the year masking some spectacular flops (remember “Fant4stic 4”?), some troubling attendance figures…

Weekly Cinema News – Friday 2 October 2015

On September 27th Secret Cinema ended its 100-day run of “Secret Cinema presents Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back” in London, which despite opening to lukewarm reviews, was a financial success taking in GBP £6.45 million (EUR €8.7 million or…

World Cinema Digest – Monday 11 May 2015

Here is a catch-up of cinema news from around the world (non-English and non-Chinese territories) from the past few weeks. France The Grand Palais in Paris will be turned into the world largest cinema (and nightclub) for the occasion of…

Film Festival for Blind Highlights France’s Accessibility Gap

Paris is currently hosting its 6th annual film festival blind and visually impaired people at the UGC Gobelins cinema. The event is arranged by l’Association Valentin Haüy (AVH) and this year sponsored by Luc Besson, whose films “Lucy” and “Taken 3” are…

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