Regal moviegoers can celebrate cinema's most popular snack with a trip to the theatre for National Popcorn Day on January 19. This Friday, Regal Crown Club members receive a free small popcorn with ticket purchase at any of our concession stands across the country. Guests who are not a member of the free RCC program will receive 50 percent off any size classic popcorn purchase.
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Samsung has installed its Onyx Cinema LED display at the Lamm-Lichtspiele arthouse cinema in Erlangen.
Timewaying Technology has unveiled another 20-meter Digital Cinema Initiative-certified 4K LED cinema at ZheJiang Times Cinema in Hangzhou, China.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines National Theatre Live is screening American playwright Arthur Miller’s dark and chilling play The Crucible in movie theatres on January 30.
CinemaLive has announced a new season of musical events that will play in 475 cinemas across the UK and Ireland in 2024.
The Bangladesh Bank has extended loan application deadline for cinema hall owners up to December 31, 2024, after it received lukewarm response for credits from the special fund created for the movie theatre business.
The Cinema Foundation, in partnership with Fandango, has announced the arrival of National Popcorn Day, coming to a theatre near you on Friday, January 19. The date celebrates the joy of snacking America’s favorite concession at theatres with discounted concession prices, unlimited popcorn refills, free popcorn with the purchase of a drink and other special promotions at participating U.S. theatres.
The average number of movie screenings per day rose from 450 in 2010 to 623 in 2022 but the average number of cinema goers per day declined in the last 13 years, according to the Delhi Statistical Handbook for 2023.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, known for the Oscars, has bestowed the Barco team with the Scientific and Engineering Academy Award for their contribution to the design and development of laser projection in cinema. The Academy’s Scientific and Technical Awards honor individuals and companies whose discoveries and innovations have contributed in significant and lasting ways to motion pictures.
Christie’s principal product developer, Mike Perkins, has been awarded the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Award in Scientific and Engineering, along with three other recipients, for his work on the design and development of the Christie E3LH projection system, developed in partnership with Dolby Laboratories. The Academy’s Scientific and Technical Awards honor individuals and companies whose discoveries and innovations have contributed in significant and lasting ways to motion pictures.