CJ Cinema News Digest – Tuesday 30 May 2017

Worst Memorial BO weekend in 18 years, but cinema stocks up-ish, Screening Room patents, Bollywood looks outside metros, grown films for ‘baby’ screenings in UK, Vox Ramadan afternoon opening and Ramadan food restrictions in Dubai cinemas, pricey Imax VR still…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Friday 5 May 2017

Baahubali 2 overload, JJ Abrams on bad cinemas, SPIO and VdF for German cinema tickets, mm2 buys into Pro Cinema, vote on 10% ticket tax in Switzerland, AMC Manchester to become Odeon, French cinema strike, Polish Q1 growth, CGR PLF…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Friday 28 April 2017

UK sets cinema attendance records in March, Warner Bros. gets real about VR and AR, Vox will open a 4DX auditorium in Qatar, PVR commits to five more IMAX screens, analysis of movie ticket prices and attendance in Poland, CineEurope…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Tuesday 3 January 2017

Polish films big in UK, PathĂ© seating backlash, Mexican cinema up, PVR goes UPI, mandatory Punjabi films, Carnival in Odisha, Pakistani entertainment tax, Korea highlights popcorn sugar, Pepsi fined in India, Kinepolis’ Malayam black list, “Rogue One” sleep in and Brit builds 34-seat ABC cinema in back-yard….

CJ Cinema Digest – Monday 10 October 2016

Kinepolis-UGC deal, EuropaCorp sells cinemas, Vista-WePiao deal, Ang Lee talks HFR, FCPA is FDA’s new copyright police, BigData.BigMovies long Gruvi blog, Polish BO up, Pakistan-Indian cinema war, Merlin’s Greaves Exhibitor award, de Beaufort joins Golfilex, Cinepolis defends concession prices, Harry Potter in 4DX, Greta & Stark access apps in Switzerland, Wednesday is caption day in Canada, Korean cine ad earnings, Bournemouth cinema fire, Barco Escape in Poland, Knatchbull interview and top 11 independent cinemas in London. …

40 Under 40 EUR: Marynia Gierat of Kino Pod Baranami

This story first appeared in a special CineEurope 2016 issue of BoxOffice magazine. To subscribe to the magazine click here. Name: Marynia Gierat Company: Kino Pod Baranami Title: Owner/Manager Country: Poland Marynia Gierat owns and runs what is arguably Poland’s…

Cinema City Offers ‘Unlimited’ Ticket in Poland

Cinema City launched its ‘Unlimited’ ticket in Poland on 1 December. Priced at PLZ 42 (USD $10.39) for its cinemas outside Warsaw and PLZ 49 (USD $12.12) for its cinemas in Warsaw. The ticket is not valid for special events…

Daily Cinema Digest – Monday 12 January 2015

India – Carnival group has acquired small Indian multiplex operator Glitz, having previously bought most of Big Cinemas. After buying Anil Ambani’s Big Cinemas, the Carnival Group has picked up elder brother Mukesh Ambani’s majority stake in Stargaze which operates…

Daily Cinema Digest – Thursday 4 September

IBC is less than a week away and the IBC Big Screen Experience (free for all attendees!) will hear an urgent appeal for digital cinema manufacturers, exhibitors and others to resolve the vexing issue of software upgrades. John Hurst, co-founder…

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