Film studios don't see a great need for media czars who oversee their overall media buying and messaging strategy.
The FCC has granted a waiver to film studios that will allow them to deliver firstrun movies directly into American households on their televisions.
Grossing more money in Gaul ($155.90 million as of April 21) than in any other country beside the U.S., "Avatar" has turned France into Europe's digital frontrunner.
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With its mercilessly brief 140-character limitation, Twitter may not seem like the ideal place to sound off about movies. Yet since everyone from Roger Ebert to Larry King regularly shares their…
In 2008, Spain was a digital cinema laggard. But "Avatar" proved the gamechanger.
With at least 500 3D screens out of a total of roughly 4,000, Italy touts itself as being at the forefront of Europe's 3D revolution.
There were 120 3D screens in Scandinavia at the end of last year, which reps 6% of the total 2,000 venues, many of which are situated in rural areas and equipped with only one screen. The research…
When it comes to 3D, it's a tale of two Germanys.
Russian exhibitors are rapidly embracing 3D projection as the popularity of Hollywood releases in the format continues to pull in auds.
China has taken to 3D enthusiastically, and the biz is obsessed with developing the format as a way of competing internationally, but also appeasing a domestic aud madly engaged about that third…
Although Japan is a world leader in the burgeoning 3D TV and game-console biz, the exhibition sector was at first slow to make the 3D move.