The board of the European Film Academy () and its current president, Wim Wenders, declared their support of the petition launched by the French Association of Film Directors and Producers (ARP) to preserve Europe’s cultural exception in the EU/U.S. trade and investment negotiations staring this June. More »
Operating 10 theatres with 62 screens in the Russian Federation, St. Petersburg-based Mirage Cinema Group joined forces with RealD to equip up to 60 auditoriums with 3D technology. More »
In line with this edition’s special focus, we begin this column with some promising alternative content coming soon to cinemas worldwide. More »
The 63rd Berlin International Film Festival will dominate much of February’s film conversations. As we await word on the Golden Bear winner and other standout films, let’s look at the technology that enables those screenings. More »
Prior to the March announcement of 2012 preliminary results, Cineworld Group provided an operations update, calling its “profitability in line with market expectations.” More »
While its more than 2,700 members crowned Michael Haneke’s Amour, Austria’s Foreign-Language Film Oscar contender, as Best European Film of 2012 with additional awards for the director and his leading legends, Emmanuelle Riva and Jean-Louis Trintignant, the board of the European Film Academy (EFA) showed little love for and “much concern” about the latest proposed changes to the EU “Cinema Communication.” 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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