How Many Macbeths Is Too Many?

In the year that will see the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, even more Star Wars mania and Jamie Lee Curtis returning to the Halloween film franchise, we, the general public, are going to be treated to…

40 Under 40 EUR: Emma Keith of National Theatre Live

This story first appeared in a special CineEurope 2016 issue of BoxOffice magazine. To subscribe to the magazine click here. Name: Emma Keith Company: NT Live Title: Head of Broadcast & Producer Country: United Kingdom Emma Keith’s first cinema memory was…

CJ @ ECA Conference – Welcome & Content Delivery

This is a live transcript of the presentations made at last week’s Event Cinema Association conference held in London. As such we sometimes paraphrase what is said on stage and any errors are most likely the fault of the note taking and…

CineEurope: Event Cinema – Taking Stock and Looking Forward

This post is a transcription composed in real-time during one of the many seminars at CineEurope 2015 in Barcelona, Spain. As such we often paraphrase the presentations being given. The record box office movie summer has far from eclipsed event…

China Cinema Digest – June 2015

As we clear the backlog of news, here is a summary of major cinema news in China from the month of June. I know that we are now in August, but July will follow soon (hopefully), after which we resume…

Daily Cinema Digest – Wednesday 25 February 2015

Cinemas in North America are on track for a record year, with share prices of the major exhibitors already reflecting this box office optimism. Analysts expect that box-office revenue this year in the United States and Canada will soar past…

Daily Cinema Digest – Tuesday 29 July 2014

The cancellation of the opening week of Secret Cinema’s ambitious Back to the Future event has spilled over from the trades into mainstream press. Though not the first cancellation (both Brazil and its Australian opening were delayed) this is bigger…

Daily Cinema Digest – Friday 2 May 2014 (Bumper Issue!)

It is not often that we start with a ‘Digital Death Watch’-type of story, but the Graham is not just an amazingly resilient single-screen cinema in North Carolina. This is also example of terrific college journalism that incorporates video (below),…

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