Daily Cinema Digest – Wednesday 28 May 2014

UKĀ – An alleged case of E-Coli in a restaurant owned by a Belfast-based cinema. The list of charges is pretty disturbing and disgusting. Read it for yourself. As more and more cinemas focus on premium F&B options, food safety and…

Daily Cinema Digest – Monday 26 May 2014

China is setting a new box office record with ferocious speed that helps cement the view that it will overtake even the US in the foreseeable future as the world’s biggest cinema market. In the first five months of 2014,…

Daily Cinema Digest – Monday 19 May 2014

Could glasses-free stereoscopic 3D soon be a reality in cinemas? A research paper on ‘A Compressive Light Field Projection System’ from MIT seems to suggest so. Fascinating work if you can get your head around the science behind the screen,…

Daily Cinema Digest – Monday 12 May 2014

A total of 50 cinemas closed in Spain in last year, representing a drop of 7%, with the total standing at just 695. It is the third year in a row of shrinking cinema numbers. There has also been a…

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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