Day and Date Down Under
The number of screens in Australia continues to rise. More »
Many Australasian films choose to go to overseas festivals before launching Down Under. This can give some films a much higher recognition factor than a local premiere could ever achieve. More »
Hollywood is the Holy Grail for many an Australasian film industry professionals. More »
Australia and New Zealand achieved strong box-office results in 2012. Each registered increases over the rather lackluster results of 2011, and each had the second highest box-office total on record. (2010 was the record year for both countries.) More »
Cinemas around Australasia rejoiced over the Christmas period. Event Cinemas (Greater Union) had their best single day ever on Boxing Day. More »
It is summer Down Under and outdoor cinemas are sprouting faster than summer bulbs. Almost every major city has at least one outdoor cinema operating through January and, sometimes, February. More »
CineEurope will present its 2013 “International Distributor of the Year” award to Dave Hollis, executive VP, theatrical exhibition sales and distribution, The Walt Disney Studios, at the exhibitor convention’s awards ceremony on June 27. More »
Motion Picture Association of America chairman and CEO Chris Dodd, along with National Association of Theatre Owners president John Fithian, revealed a new campaign intended to remind parents about the tools at their disposal which allow them to make educated decisions about content appropriate for their children. More »
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