Cinema News Digest – Tuesday 30 January 2018

Google Maps’ cinema ticket functionality; Inox acquires Swanston; Carnival’s $150m+/1,000 screens ambitions; Standard General up NCM stake; is box office growing or falling; “Padmaavat” losses; Island Sunday cinema protests; AudioMovie access app and Odeon Leicester Sq. plans revealed. USA (CA)…

Cinema News Digest – Thursday 18 January 2018

Dear Junkies, Average ticket price in the US went up 3.69% to USD $8.97 in 2017. Cue usual hysterical headlines (THR: ‘Average Price of a Movie Ticket Soars to $8.97 in 2017‘ – really, “soars”?), particularly when coupled with the…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Tuesday 10 October 2017

Dear Junkies, We are still catching up on the backlog of news from September, so there is both old and new items in this issue, but hopefully something of interest: Cinemex buys Cobb; Kiwis have faith in cinema; Emagine launches…

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 News Digest – Tuesday 25 July 2017

mm2 won’t buy GV, US Q2 ticket prices, China island cinema, China invests in Vietnam’s Beta, CGR’s LightVibes reviewed, Everyman 1H ‘successful’, UAE arthouse, Tamil Nadu under-multiplexes, Movies@ profits, trailer releases, MK2 evacuation, The Light fire, Cayman Regal popcorn smoke,…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Tuesday 16 May 2017

CGV hit by ransomware, no ticket price cap on weekends, Reading earthquake pay-out, EU cinema attendance, Spanish cinemas down, Inox ‘not for sale’ interview, GSC also not for sale, Myanmar cinema growth, Disney & DeinKinoTicket.de, international BO importance, Screenvision sells…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Friday 7 April 2017

Jan Runge leaving UNIC, Tour des Cinemas report in English, Ster-Kinekor hacked, South Korean cinema “wage theft”, actors protest Picturehouse, CGV’s siesta cinema, Lotte chairman denies corruption, UK indies and cinema, Senegal cinema revival, Shia LaBouef film has just one viewer…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Friday 3 March 2017

UKCA conference highlights, Top 100 films = 94% BO, P&A costs falling, Multikino responsive web design, EclairColor white paper, German take on 3D ‘failure’, Picturehouse workers strike, Korea cinema evacuation, The Light’s not-so-autistic-friendly screening, Shepperton autistic-friendly, Glasgow dog-friendly, Rio’s brilliant…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Monday 20 February 2017

C2L CEO puts small-town cinemas in focus, Follow’s film recoupment overview, ICTA LA seminar, recliners for MJR and Rome cinemas, Film2 on-demand service in Spain, “Fifty Shades” wanker arrested, “Chicago” immersive cinema and vintage mobile cinema ‘Audrey’. France – A…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Friday 5 January 2017

Korea cinema quality certification, Vue price cut, 6 Ways Film Biz is Changing, lessons from Houston cinemas, TV on big screen, France BO but German down, PVR partners comScore, Nueplex raided, Bollywood bother, good theatre projection guide, CGV’s Tempur mattress cinema, iPhone Theatre Mode, Imax VR centre opens in LA and hush-hush cinema. …

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