CJ Cinema Digest – Tuesday 1 March 2016

Picturehouse pays off VPF; Q4 results from Imax, Regal & NCM; Norway tickets north of NOK 100; Prima goes Europe; Helios joins Ymagis’ network; Ymagis brings lasers to Morocco; Hollywood Megaplex goes big in Linz; Cinépolis in Texas; third multiplex in Tallin; French foodies cinemas and more. …

Daily Cinema Digest – Monday 16 February 2015

Women attending the opening night screening of “Fifty Shades of Grey” at Cineworld in Glasgow’s Renfrew Street had their bags opened and searched as they were waiting to enter. It is not known what the staff were looking for. Cineworld…

Daily Cinema Digest – Thursday 3 July 2014

There can only be one story to top the Daily: Wanda Cinema Line being denied an IPO at the Shenzhen stock exchange by Chinese regulators. The reason given was insufficient documentation. It is far from alone to have suffered this…

Norwegian Media Disects Arts Alliance Finances

[/caption] Anyone who has been following the motion picture exhibition industry for the past few years should know that digital cinema is not for the faint of heart nor light of wallet. Just ask Thomas Høegh, the founder and CEO…

Norway Set To Convert All Of Its Cinemas To Digital

Norway’s FILM & KINO has announced that it has signed virtual print fee (VPF) agreements with five out of six studios (discussions with Sony Pictures still on-going), thus paving the way to make it the first country to switch over…

No Shortage of D Cinema Conferences

It seems as if not a week goes by in which there isn’t a digital cinema conference being held somewhere in the world. This has never been more true than during the month of April 2008. At least three conferences…

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