The Silver Secret of Korea’s Most Successful Cinema

Most multiplexes in South Korea see occupancy of just 20% to 30%, but one cinema has figured out the secret of selling out almost every show. It is a model that is now spreading all across Korea as other cinemas…

China Cinema Digest – Friday 9 January 2015

China’s State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT) has taken note of the danger to the cinema experience if films are shown in poor conditions, such as insufficient brightness (particularly for 3D) and poor audio. It has therefor put cinemas in notice, as well as…

China Cinema Digest – Friday 21 November 2014

“Interstellar” had a good week at the Chinese box office, boosted by Imax showings and holding off competition from both domestic comedies and Madagascar penguins. Interstellar took $42.33 million in its first five days in China, dominating a week in…

Daily Cinema Roundup – Friday 1 May

– UK exhibitor Vue has bold expansion plans for London, announced as part of the tie up with retail property group Westfield and build a total of eight sites by 2011, with two ‘crown jewel’ sites in London. From THR.com,…

Cinemas – Ignore Baby Boomers At your Own Peril

This very good article from the New York Times does not dicsuss cinema or cinema advertising explicitly. But the implications are writ large for the two about the growing importance of the aging US (and European) population in terms of…

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