The potential and pitfalls of event cinema will be explored October 17 at ShowEast 2022 this year with a special session entitled Event Cinema – Filling the Void.
Designed to unite cinemas of all sizes and celebrate the moviegoing experience’s unique ability to connect us all, the second annual Cinema Week starts October 7 with the opening night screenings of Sony Pictures Entertainment’s Lyle, Lyle Crocodile, 20th Century’s Amsterdam, and Focus Features Tar.
Coldplay has announced a special live broadcast of the band’s Music of The Spheres World Tour from Buenos Aires’ River Plate Stadium. The worldwide live event will be shown in thousands of cinemas across more than 70 countries on October 28-29 in partnership with Trafalgar Releasing, who also executive produced with CJ 4DPlex.
For the first time, Imax, opera, and the performing arts are coming together with Renée Fleming’s Cities That Sing – Paris, an Imax and Stage Access production that premieres September 18 with a special, one-day-only Imax Live conversation with the Grammy Award-winning soprano and Emmy Award-winning performer Kelsey Grammer.
Cinépolis, India’s first international and the world’s second largest movie theatre circuit by attendance, has announced the screening of an exclusive set of matches of the Asia Cup Live in partnership with Asian Cricket Council.
Calling it part of its commitment to delivering the best moviegoing and entertainment experience to the people of Saudi Arabia, AMC last week launched Live at AMC.
Fathom Events, Kingdom Story Company, WTA Media, and Harvest Ministries with Greg Laurie have partnered to release Johnny Cash: The Redemption of an American Icon this fall. Initially announced at CinemaCon this past spring, the documentary will be in theatres December 5, 6 and 7 only.
The men behind Universal Pictures’ new, groundbreaking, R-rated gay romantic comedy Bros are here to save date night. Bros director Nicholas Stoller, along with star and co-screenwriter Billy Eichner and star Luke Macfarlane are bringing some of their favorite movies – Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Trainwreck and Knocked Up – back to theatres each for one night only events September 19, 20 and 21
The highly anticipated fourth installment of the After franchise is coming to the big screen September 7 and 8.
The first-ever, career-spanning documentary on the life and times of legendary metal icon Ronnie James Dio comes to cinemas worldwide for two days only September 28 and October 2. The film is being presented by Trafalgar Releasing and BMG.