CJ Cinema News Digest – Tuesday 20 December 2016

Pay-it-forward cinema; Reading offer increased to $436m; Bollywood back in Pakistani cinemas; French cinema attendance up; EuropaCorp multiplex sale completed; Majestic cinema sold; CGV goes VR; cheap Indian booking app; one-take live event cinema; “Late Shift” interactive cinema; Vue recliners reviewed; Cineworld audiences love 4DX; juvenile delinquents run riot in Kinepolis; 2016 trailer mashup. …

CJ Cinema Digest – Tuesday 22 March 2016

Barco LA Live, UKCA & UNIC oppose Screening Room, AMC-Carmike deal opposed, Springtime for Cinema in France, poor spring for Indian cinema but good year in Pakistan, wine & cinema, sex assaults in cinemas and the ‘cinemability’ of cities. …

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…

Daily Cinema Digest – Monday 11 August 2014

New Zealand – Ticketing software company Vista is off to a good start after debuting on the Kiwi boeurse.   Shares of Vista Group International rose as much as 8.1 percent on their NZX debut, after the cinema software and…

Daily Cinema Digest – Monday 17 February 2014

  The sale of the Cineworld cinema in central Dublin reveals some interesting things about the exhibition market in the Irish Republic. The deal itself is straightforward enough. “The country’s busiest movie theatre – Dublin’s 17-screen 3,360-seat Cineworld on Parnell…

Daily Cinema Digest – Thursday 13 February 2014

A self-professed computer nerd in Shanghai who broke up with (or was dumped by?) his girlfriend last year is making V-Day plans difficult for romantically inclined cinema visitors. “Couples looking to enjoy a romantic Valentine’s Day at one Chinese cinema…

New Terrorist Attack in Pakistani Cinema Kills Dozen

Pakistan has again been hit by a deadly terrorist attack in a cinema, this time killing and injuring even more people than the one ten days ago. “A deadly attack on a cinema came as Pakistani government and Taliban negotiators…

Daily Cinema Digest – Monday 3 February 2014

Pakistan: A terrorist attack in a cinema has killed five and injured dozens in a small Pakistani cinema. “Pakistani police say a bomb attack in a cinema in the northwestern city of Peshawar has killed five people. Police official Zahid…

Daily Cinema Digest – Monday 20 January 2014

UK: It might not have the most obvious climate, but a pop-up drive-in cinema concept is taking hold in Scotland. “Film goers will be able to drive into the scenery under innovative plans for drive-in screenings at some of Scotland’s…

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