News & Features - Cinemas
When our industry friends to the north and their colleagues head to St. John’s, Newfoundland, for ShowCanada 2013, many a meal and nightcap will be served in addition to technical seminars, studio screenings and pioneering women’s boot camps. More »
Amy Miles readily declares that being appointed CEO of Regal Entertainment Group in June 2009 was the most exciting event in her professional career. More »
Great enterprises often have humble beginnings, but few can match the story of Harkins Theatres. More »
“The fact that we are a family business has helped us to really be focused on the business long-term,” declares Alejandro Ramírez Magaña, chief executive officer of Cinépolis. More »
“Alejandro and I were classmates during our first year of university before he went on to Harvard.” With the story of how he became part of Cinépolis, chief operating officer Miguel Mier continues the family tale of Organización Ramírez, as outlined by CinemaCon 2013 honoree, Alejandro Ramírez Magaña. More »
Simply put, “Cinépolis VIP is the most comfortable movie theatre experience,” says Bernardo Rugama, the circuit’s commercial director. More »
Celebrating Cinépolis: 'FJI' salutes CinemaCon International Exhibitor of the Year Alejandro Ramírez
On International Day of CinemaCon 2013, Alejandro Ramírez Magaña, chief executive officer of Cinépolis, will receive the “Global Achievement in Exhibition Award” on behalf of more than 20,000 employees worldwide. More »
It is with great pleasure that I present the 2013 National Association of Concessionaires Bert Nathan Award winner to you: Bob Shimmin, VP of food and beverage at Cinemark Theatre. More »
Film Journal International wanted to begin our annual state-of-the-industry conversation with John Fithian, president and chief executive officer of the National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO), by asking him what topics come to his mind immediately. More »
For its final lesson, the cinema “Class of 2012” is brushing up on its language skills. With CinemaCon bringing the global exhibition community to Las Vegas, Film Journal International is taking our readers to the eastern regions of the globe. More »
“We are going into our third year forgetting about any success we may have achieved in year one and two,” declares Mitch Neuhauser, managing director of CinemaCon. “We want this to be like it’s our first year—we want it to be fresh and exciting.” More »
Rare indeed it is that any Times Square-area play, Broadway or Off, with no bold-faced names among cast, playwright or director can generate at least three major New York Times pieces. More »
For our annual focus on alternative content in cinemas, Film Journal International sought the expertise of people on the front lines of vanguard programming: the exhibitors themselves. More »
“The general media industry in 2012 was pretty good.” As president and chairman of the Cinema Advertising Council (CAC), Cliff Marks, who is also president of sales and marketing at NCM Media Networks, opens our annual conversation with a cautious observation. More »
2013 is definitely a year to look forward to for all of us in the exhibition business and for our company, Screenvision. More »
The post-conversion 3D is disappointing, but the newest Star Trek adventure remains exciting summer entertainment with a most appealing ensemble cast. More »
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