‘Avatar’ Digital Aliens Spell Doom for Independent Theaters
The Prince Charles, a London movie theater that’s more likely to screen “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” than a James Cameron blockbuster, is struggling to pay for Hollywood demands to go digital.
The UK digital 3D cinema explosion
Cinemas are going through something of a renaissance of late, with a little thing called 3D bringing the public back to the big screen in their droves.
Cautious transition: Economic downturn slows digital rollout in Europe
Digital-cinema progress in Europe, much like in the Americas and Asia, has slowed considerably due to the worldwide economic downturn. Although the total is approaching 1,600 digital screens, up from...
The Silver Screen Survives
Movie theaters are thriving in the recession--but the real money-spinner will be the switch to digital.
Digital Dilemma Projected for Independent Cinemas
THE shift away from traditional methods of showing films would appear to favour the big cinema chains - but Cumbria's smaller ventures are getting ahead of the game. CAROLINE BARBER reports
Vue backs all-digital cinema in U.K.
Vue Entertainment, the U.K.'s third-largest exhibition company, has pumped 5 million ($10 million) into Europe's first new all-digital cinema, the company said Wednesday.
A new Digital Cinema blog
Film studios hope rebirth of 3-D will save the cinema
TO most cinemagoers, 3-D will forever be associated with the red and green-lensed cardboard glasses that were frequently more talked about than the movies that required such accessories.
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Patrick von Sychowski's Blog
This blog is where I offer a personal sideways glance at the digital film and cinema industries. Cinema is going through a profound change that is as yet little understood or charted.