Daily Cinema Digest – Thursday 14 August 2014

Polas are increasingly turning their backs on multiplexes in favour of smaller cinemas – preferring cheaper tickets, fewer adverts and more varied programming – according to the latest data from the Polish Central Statistical Office. The share of the largest,…

Daily Cinema Digest – Thursday 13 March 2014

India is an amazing country, not only does it produce more films than Hollywood but it has the world’s most thriving cinema culture. A staggering 75 per cent of Indian films’ lifetime earnings come from domestic cinema distribution. The equivalent…

Daily Cinema Digest – Monday 3 March 2014

The UK’s first and oldest multiplex is set to be demolished, some 30 years after it first opened. The Point, which resembles a giant red pyramid, was built in 1985 but the site is now set for retail development. Campaigners…

Daily Cinema Digest – Tuesday 25 February 2014

Two article’s on the challenger to ROH’s event cinema opera supremacy in the UK. First is The Guardian’s take on ENO’s Peter Grimes showing and decision to hire rock music director Andy Morahan to film it. Overall positive, bar a…

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