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publication of the National Association of Theatre Owners
Can the director
of "Bicentennial Man" summon enough inner dark to
do justice to Harry Potter's first on-screen adventure?
readers choose the greatest motion pictures of all time,
and a famed online movie critic offers commentary.
ordered by date of bow.
of industry happenings.
according to buyers and critics.
Why films are
classified as they are.
discusses the fundraising
efforts undertaken by exhibitors and their partners
following the Sept. 11 attacks.
plans to emerge from bankruptcy by year's end; Hollywood's Fairfax
gets a president.
from directors Wes Anderson, Frank Darabont, Peter Jackson, Michael
Mann, Stephen Soderbergh, and others.
In light of
the monstrous success of "Shrek," a look ahead at the
other animated fare drawing toward cinemas.
European box office
is booming; Warner Village opens its latest Taiwanese plex; Pathé
makes some appointments.
are reminded that the blind aren't the only disabled people who
use dogs; the world braces for broadband VoD.
In part two
of his look at fire preparation, Jeff Logan offers advice on how
to look efficiently evacuate a burning cinema.
NATO exec Belinda Judson shares her feelings about exhibition's
recent relief-effort fund-raising.
Cinemas topper Chuck Goldwater speaks of Jon Katz,
popcorn topping, lunchboxes, golf and rock & roll.