BARCELONA — Jeffrey Katzenberg may be standing down from his top job at DreamWorks Animation. He was still, however, the star at the first day of Barcelona's CineEurope, where he talked on a panel…
In a shocking and ominous sign for the international film biz, Spain's Alta Classics, one of Europe's best-known distributors of big auteur fare, is closing its doors after 44 years.
There's a good reason that CinemaCon tapped Alejandro Ramirez, CEO of Mexico's Cinepolis, as its honoree for the Global Achievement in Exhibition Award — Cinepolis was the first circuit in Mexico to…
A young and highly wired demographic, an increasing middle-class and a low screen count give the country plenty of room for growth in the theatrical and digital arenas.
The business of alternative programming in theaters, or event cinema, has long been hampered by a lack of data. That's about to change next week, when the Event Cinema Assn. and IHS Screen Digest…
All Paris first-run theaters will be digitized by year-end, Paris mayor Bertrand Delanoe announced in Cannes Friday.
The marvels of digital cinema stole the spotlight at this year's Cinema Expo, where soaring box office figures, pan-European 3D rollouts and lucrative digital upgrade deals, as well as a peek at…
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