CJ China Cinema News – Friday 18 August 2017

Private Cinemas for Tier 3 & 4, Luxe Laser in Shangahi, JD.com + WePiao, Dadi’s Deputy GM Xu interview, HG Entertainment fund expansion, Evergrande 100th cinema, “Wolf Warrior 2” ticket fraud, fans ‘lock’ screenings for stars, “Manchester by the Sea”…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Tuesday 1 August 2017

Rotten Tomatoes squashed, AMC keeps Uptown sign, Irish cinema gives ‘F’ rating, Palace domiates Aussie festivals, film poster emotions analysed, what food you can take into UK cinemas, travellers disrupt cinema, Indian clashes over Gandhi film, Sydney’s Event Cinema flooded…

CJ Cinema (ROW) Property Update – Thursday 20 July 2017

Australia: Palace Melbourne Japan: Aeon Chofu, United Cinemas Okinawa Israel: Yes PlanetĀ  Zikhron Yaakov Poland: Helio Katowice USA: Bow Tie Troy, Montclair Imax, Boulder art-house, GQT Lafayette India: Mukta A2 x2, SPI Bengaluru, Inox Noida, PVR Kota France: 4 Delta…

CJ Cinema Digest – Wednesday 26 October 2016

BFI cinema stats out, pricey Diwali film, South India ticket cap up, Korea’s culture days, Spain’s Cinema Feast, Japan’s 10th year of baby friendly screenings, ECA advisory committee, Hannover’s nosebleed cinema refurb, Palace Cinemas in Perth, Mockingbird Cinema in Birmingham, bijou cinema in Poland, fine dining multiplex in North Carolina and Germany’s top cinemas….

Shakeup for Sydney’s Cinema Scene

Sydney’s cinema scene is set to improve with the opening of a new 14-screen Palace Cinema and a make-over for the old science Imax. …

CJ Cinema Digest – Wednesday 20 July 2016

Palace Cinemas fined, US ticket prices up/down, Vue results and IPO, Mexico’s TPP 10% worry, Indian cinema red tape, PVR is Kabali partner, Odeon apology, Golden Village recliner naps, Barco Escape Star Trek trailer, Secret Cinema Dirty Dancing reviewed, Alamo in East Dallas, Mukta and Omniplex expand, sleeping pensioners locked in….

Daily Cinema Digest – Thursday 18 December 2014

“The Interview” may have been pulled from cinemas, but that won’t stop this freedom-loving Texan cinema chain from showing a Hollywood film making fun of North Korea’s leaders. The Alamo Drafthouse in Texas was one independent cinema willing to brave…

Daily Cinema Digest – Friday 11 April 2014

A row has broken out in Australia about the high price of cinema tickets (which we have written about before) and its relation to, or supposed-justification for, film piracy. Quoted in the Brisbane Times, The chief executive of Palace Cinemas,…

Daily Cinema Digest – Friday 4 April 2014

We have written a lot about the cinemas in Fargo, North Dakota in the Daily before (here, here, here and here), but it is an interesting microcosm of the evolution that the US exhibition industry as a whole is going…

Cinema City Grows With Palace Cinemas Acquisition

Earlier this month Israeli based Cinema City International became the third largest theatre chain in Europe when they acquired Palace Cinemas. The deal includes 8 multiplexes in the Czech Republic, 4 multiplexes in Hungary and 3 multiplexes in Slovakia. This…

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