Inox Leisure has released its Cinema Food Report, which is based on the food consuming habits of 70 million moviegoers across 167 Inox cinemas located in 74 cities of India.
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Last week the Saudi Film Commission hosted a Cinema in 2022 workshop, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
Ballantyne Strong has announced that the company plans to change its name to FG Group Holdings, effective after trading on December 23.
Three European cinemas, Cineplex Cinema in Aachen, Germany, Arena Cinema in Zurich, Switzerland, and the Arena Cinema in Geneva, Switzerland will be showing Avatar: The Way of Water on a Cinity Cinema System in collaboration with Christie.
AMC Theatres is launching the AMC Entertainment Visa Card – the only co-branded movie theatre credit card in the United States. In partnership with Visa and Deserve, the AMC Entertainment Visa Card is expected to be available in early 2023. The card will initially be available only to AMC Stubs members.
The Arcadia Cinema in Melzo, Italy, will present Avatar: The Way of Water with what the exhibitor says is the upgraded projection quality of the PLF Energia Screen. The screen will enhance the existing RGB laser system to reach 100,000 lumens on a 30 meters wide screen, the company said.
Cinemark is once again teaming up with ESPN to bring some of college football’s most anticipated matchups to the big screen, only at Cinemark theatres. Following the success of last year’s kickoff program, Cinemark and ESPN are expanding the number of locations showcasing the best that college football has to offer.
Golden Ticket Cinemas has signed with Showtime Analytics to provide real-time operational, marketing and market comparisons. The cinema chain was founded in 2017 with the opening of the company’s first location in Washington, North Carolina and since then has become one of the fastest growing movie exhibitors in the country.
Imax China today named Daniel Manwaring as its chief executive officer, effective January 9, 2023. He succeeds interim CEO Jiande Chen, who will return to his full-time role as vice chairman of Imax China.
Cinewav's outdoor cinema audio technology has been granted a U.S. patent. Cinewav replaces other sound systems including FM transmitters or broadcasting in outdoor movie theaters, with a phone-based app. Users can simply watch on a large screen and listen on their phone via a small down-loaded audio file that syncs with the images displayed on the screen.