Gaul is firming up its position as Europe's market leader for 3D, with 1,606 3D screens as of April 19.
The "Mad Men" season five contract flap somehow put me in mind of the original "Star Trek," and how, after surviving one cancellation, it wheezed to its swan song after three seasons.
High fashion priestess Carrie Bradshaw's comeback got a warm welcome from its French fans, topping the box office on opening day June 2 with $1.16 million at 525 locations.
Jocelyn Bouyssy's decision in late 2007 to convert all 400 screens in his nationwide CGR cinema network to digital was a bold move.
Pumping Europe's digital revolution, Arts Alliance Media has signed a $40 million pact with Gallic exhib Circuit George Raymond to roll out 400 digital screens in France.
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