Times: Take your children to the movies.
Economist: Something old, something new - sequels
and digital distribution to be the big stories
Reporter: Madrid theatre puts video games on the
Post: G Whiz: Family films clean up.
Reporter: 2006 box office bounces back to estimated
Reporter: Latin American admissions bounce back.
Times: Sequels lead box office rebound in 2006.
Minutes: There will always be movie theatres.
Reporter: Carmike signs for 500 Real D 3-D screens.
Globe nominees announced; "Babel," "The Queen,"
"Dreamgirls," "Little Miss Sunshine" and "Borat" tapped.
Daily: Korea's Lotte Cinema to sell movie tickets
Kansas.com/AP: AMC registers for IPO.
film critics name "United 93" best picture.
Times: L.A. critics name"Letters From Iwo Jima"
Variety: Italian exhibs unhappy about release delays.
Reporter: Sony tops $3 billion in worldwide box
Reporter: Wanda Cinema to open 100th screen in
Board of Review names Eastwood's "Letters
From Iwo Jima" top film of 2006.
Daily: China's non-DCI-compliant digital screens
lack for product.
Variety: Survey: Audiences happy with movie quality.
Dick Cook doesn't see narrower windows "anytime soon".
will "push back hard" on shrinking release
Variety: Hong Kong gets a drive-in.
Times: Hollywood's comeback.
film organizations agree on "flexible" 15
week theatrical window.
Free Press: Ann Arbor cinema unveils computer gaming
prohibited from seeing "Saw III" in France.
Daily: European cinemas back single digital cinema
Journal: Philip Morris runs ads asking for less
smoking in movies.
Reporter: European culture spending to hit $121
billion by 2009; box office to grow 21%
Business: "As many DVD retailers as movie theaters
in trouble" under simultaneous release.
multiplexes, boost attendance, profits.
Bros. International withdraws from Chinese cinema
investments over ownership regulations.
Variety: Kinepolis launches big-screen gaming.
bows to Italian exhibitors; lengthens "Vice" window.
exhibitors protest short "Miami Vice" release
Variety: Russian admissions eight times higher than in 2000.
Variety: European film agencies press European Commission
to help stimulate digital cinema growth.
Reuters: Sony ready to begin commercial installations of
4K digital projectors.
Reuters: Weinstein Company agrees to add anti-smoking PSAs
to DVD releases that depict smoking.
Reporter: ShowEast digital panel: Cooperation is
key to digital future.
Variety: Spanish exhibitors push for more favorable rentals,
regulated release windows.
Variety: U.S. leads the way in digital rollout.
Reporter/Reuters: MPAA anti-camcording website
rolls out Spanish-language features.
Reuters: Hollywood looks to faith-based projects to fuel
Reporter: Summer box office wrap-up.
Variety: Luxury, restaurants and in-house child care lure
crowds to movie theatres.
Variety: Exhibitors grapple with difficult details of d-cinema
Variety: South Korea's Fair Trade Commission investigates
country's top 3 exhibitors.
Variety: Digimart panel suggests D-cinema must hurry to
compete with web.
Reuters: Small, independent cinemas thrive in Paris.
dismisses "Bully" video game rating lawsuit.
Reporter: British government releases anti-piracy
manual for theatre owners.
Reporter: National CineMedia prepares IPO.
Herald: Florida judge demands to see entire "Bully" video
game played before deciding to require stronger
Variety: Simultaneous release debated at MIPCOM.
Variety: Spanish exhibs ready legal action against Hollywood
studios for price fixing.
Variety: Korean exhibs gain foothold in China.
Beach Post: Muvico offers adult-only premium ticketing
in half of multiplex.
Variety: Mexico multiplex operators foresee consolidation
of exhibiton industry.
Reporter: Major theatre chains choose not to
play controversial "Death of a President".
Reporter: Cinemark completes Century acquisition.
Variety: Russian exhibitor Rising Star plans country's largest
Reporter: Screenvision signs with Carmike to present
2K digital preshow.
NATO: NATO elects new officers.
Times: Illinois theatre closes for two weeks rather
than show bad movies.
Reporter: FTC to probe online entertainment sales
Times: Fox launches Christian film division
Reporter: NATO, international exhibitor organizations
seek single d-cinema certification standard. Press
Release; letter here.
Times: Screenvision to install high-def pre-show
systems in National Amusements screens.
Reporter: Studios to decide independently how much
digital cinema systems must comply with DCI specifications.
Reporter: AccessIT rolls d-cinema equipment, software,
distribution and screen advertising into single
Reporter: Canada's Cineplex Entertainment signs
with National Cinemedia for d-cinema installations.
Today: Fidelity vs. Convenience: how consumers
choose where to see a movie.
Variety: National Amusements joins Technicolor's d-cinema