Screenvision Media today announced that Harkins Theatres is joining the company's cinema network of more than 14,500 screens. The relationship with Harkins brings Screenvision's annual audience to nearly 400 million.
AMC reported a jump in revenue and a small profit for the second quarter, which didn't even include the boost it got from the hit movies released in July. But CEO Adam Aron warned in a statement that the company still faces "real and potentially severe liquidity hurdles on the horizon that we will need to overcome."
Leading cinema exhibitor Golden Screen Cinemas will showcase a local production as the first-ever Malaysian movie on Imax screens at selected cinemas nationwide.
The full-service creative agency Today the Brave has created a new ad campaign See the Big Picture for Australian exhibitor Hoyts that showcases the cinema-sized experience it offers. The campaign is an invitation from the brand to movie-lovers highlighting everything the cinema offers from the big sound, comfort, and luxury to those recliner chairs.
National CineMedia today announced the successful completion of its financial restructuring process and emergence from Chapter 11 on August 7.
Opting to upgrade its theatres’ content management platform to AAM’s Screenwriter theatre management system, ShowPlace Icon will automate on-site operations, manage key delivery messages with ease, and enable real-time visibility for 78 screens across Illinois, Minnesota, New Jersey, Virginia, and California.
CES+ has announced a partnership with Corporación Lady Lee for its new venture, Megacinemas, signifying the successful introduction of Lady Lee’s new brand into the Central American cinema scene.
Trafalgar Releasing, Evolve Studios, and Nook Lane Entertainment are releasing the highly anticipated film Surprised by Oxford for a limited global theatrical engagement in cinemas on September 27 and October 1.
PVR Inox has launched a brand campaign called Fresh Dekho, Bada Dekho. The exhibitor sees it as a positive step towards reviving the magic of cinema-going in India. In an era where streaming platforms have gained popularity, this campaign is designed to remind people of the unparalleled experience offered by watching movies on the big screen.
Fathom Events unearths a creepy lineup of tricks and treats this Halloween season, as Fathom Fright Fest rises again—terrorizing theatres nationwide beginning September 3. Featured in this year’s event is a pair of classics from horror mastermind John Carpenter, with special anniversary screenings of They Live and Christine returning to theatres as part of the annual Fathom Fright Fest lineup.