The International Cinema Technology Association (ICTA) will host a session at CinemaCon in Las Vegas entitled “Theatre Entertainment Centers: Family Fun for Profitability” on Wednesday afternoon, April 25.
In 2018, the event cinema industry continues to generate good business as a solid ancillary for the shrewd exhibitor who is acutely aware of the value of his real estate, the technical prowess of his auditoria, the loyalty of his customers and the potential rewards in his extensive database.
CineLife Entertainment, Spotlight Cinema Networks’ new division formed to distribute event cinema and other alternative programming to exhibitors around the world, has unveiled its introductory lineup of programming for the 2018/2019 season. The lineup offers a diverse slate of programming...
This month, 'Film Journal International' shines its spotlight on a concessions professional with over 35 years of experience: Patrick Micalizzi, assistant VP, food and beverage, at National Amusements Inc.
“It was very exciting to do a restart with a bunch of assets that are all over the place.” Bud Mayo, chairman of New Vision Theatres, is talking about 194 screens at 17 locations that he and his team of industry veterans and investor partners assembled in the wake of AMC Entertainment’s March 2016 merger with Carmike Cinemas.
On the third floor of his mansion in Rochester, NY, George Eastman, founder of Kodak and inventor of motion picture film, had a screen that pulled down from the ceiling. He used it to show movies to friends....
In this 'Film Journal International' survey, five top exhibitors reflect on the ways technology has impacted how their customers purchase movie tickets and enhanced the business operations of cinemas. Moviegoers are more engaged than ever and seem to have no reservations about reserved seating.