Cineworld Group has reportedly emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy after nearly a year, coming out with lower debt, a new management team and new board members. Cineworld has appointed former Warner Bros chair and CEO Ann Sarnoff to its board, along with four other members to join new chairman Eric Foss and CEO Eduardo Acuna.
Severtson Screens will feature its cinema screens and coatings during the 2023 CinéShow, August 28-30 in Dallas and ShowSouth, August 22-24 in Lake Lanier Islands, Georgia.
Dessert brand Gü is expanding its cinema partnership with UK cinema advertising contractor Pearl & Dean, following the success of the first phase of its Indulgent Cinema with Gü campaign, where the brand promoted its sweet treats in 30 independent cinemas across the UK in February.
Beginning with direct to theatres distribution in Latin American countries, the UK, and Ireland, and also partnering with distributors around the world to meet the growing demand for Sound of Freedom, Angel Studios is launching the movie in new markets and additional languages.
The Missing Movies board of directors has announced that the organization has received IRS tax exemption status. According to the group, that designation means that it can now apply for grants and accept tax-deductible donations directly.
Instrumented Auditorium, which some consider to be one of the world's most innovative cinemas, will open in Bristol in 2024. It will record audiences' biometric responses, including their heart rate, eye movement and brain activity as they react to what is on the screen.
Trafalgar Releasing and WYS En Scene will present the K-pop concert film KangDaniel: My Parade in select movie theatres around the world on August 30 and September 2.
MetaMedia today announced a significant strategic investment from Dimensional Associates, which the company says will drive the next phase of MetaMedia's mission to provide cinemas, movie studios and other content producers with a global, cloud-based entertainment network that delivers cost-savings, operational efficiencies, access to expanded content and additional revenue opportunities. The companies did not disclose the amount of the investment.
Reinventing Elvis: The ’68 Comeback, the new feature-length documentary about the making of the television special that revitalized Elvis Presley’s career and influenced music, television, and pop culture for decades to come, will play on more than 800 movie screens worldwide beginning July 30 for special one-day-only presentations.
Continuing its ongoing expansion plans, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is opening its first Florida theatre, Alamo Drafthouse Naples. The Austin-based cinema-eatery will be taking over the space from Silverspot Cinema and plans to have the theatre fully converted and open to guests by early 2024. Updates to the theatre will include premium, reclining leather seats, a revamped bar experience, and a theme celebrating cinema’s greatest golf films.