CJ Cinema News Digest – Tuesday 5 September 2017

Lotte to enter Indonesia and gets Cinema LED; CGV 50th cinema in Vietnam; Australia ticket price war; Everyman revenue up 55%; Timeplay funding; interview Cinemaxx past and present head; India GST strain; Russia cinema van attack; Utah beer and cinema…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Friday 17 February 2017

CGV’s bed cinema banned, Malaysian state allows cinemas, CGV & Lotte escape fines, Fithian says cinema is not dead, EclairColor cinema reviewed, AMC goes alcoholic for “Fifty Shades”, Secret Cinema “Moulin Rouge”, pop-up Tarantino cinema & bar, Glastonbury luxury drive-in…

Weekly Cinema Digest – Friday 19 February 2016

Fandango buys Flixster and Rotten Tomatoes, Spain roof collapse, Indonesian competition, Film & Kino cuts, Paris scent cinema, CineEurope 25, TED Cinema, Canadian centenarian porn cinema…

Daily Cinema Digest – Friday 13 February 2014

Regal has announced its 2014 Q4 figures, which are up, up, up in all departments, on the back of an improved film slate. Reason enough for it not to want to sell itself any longer. Dividend was also announced. Total…

Was CineAsia Right to Honour Indonesia’s Cinema 21?

Should success at any price be celebrated?┬áBecause when it comes to cinema in Indonesia it is hard to escape accusations that ‘success’ is linked to unsavory business practices, tax evasion, rent seeking, crony capitalism and corporations tainted by links to…

Daily Cinema Digest – Monday 25 August 2014

First Cineworld got in trouble with some vocal customers for introducing allocated seating. Now marketers are complaining that the cinema is keeping house lights on during the running of the adverts. Darren Hayday, marketing consultant at Competitive Edge Marketing and…

Daily Cinema Digest – Friday 23 May 2014

The Event Cinema Association will be playing a prominent role at this year’s Cine Europe trade show in Barcelona (16-19 June). The association will have its own dedicated space that will no doubt be a popular hang out between show…

Daily Cinema Digest – Monday 17 March 2014

Having mentioned India and China as the interesting and important (respectively) Asian cinema territories in the last two Dailies, the time now comes to The One to Watch: Indonesia. South-East Asia’s most populous country is severely under-screened following decades of…

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