II Number 8
publication of the National Association of Theatre Owners
in In Focus
the Presidents Desk
American box office seems headed for another record year, and
NATO president John Fithian ponders why.
Emagine builds 18 screens in Michigan; Regal reopens 16 in Manhattan;
Landmark acquires St. Louiss Hi-Pointe; and more.
The latest from Michael Caton-Jones, Werner Herzog, Shekar Kapur,
Hayao Miyazaki, Brad Silberling and others, featuring
In Focus' exclusive Track Record. Also, Late
Additions to August.
Road To Perdition turns out to be just part of the journey
for Tom Hanks, Jude Law, Stanley Tucci and others.
Virgin launches 10 in Japan; Cinema Service plans a 100-screen
circuit in Korea; and Brit box office is up 20 percent.
John Fellman questions Justices judgment
on wheelchair seating; Jonathan
Yarowsky offers an ergonomics update.
Mid-States NATO executive director Belinda Judson discusses
the benefits of regional scholarship programs.
AGT Enterprises chief Bill Adamany on world peace, Spielberg,
Wisconsin and film terms.
ordered by date of bow.
of industry happenings.
are classified as they are.
M. Night Shyamalan follows up his blockbuster takes on spirits
and superheroes by landing aliens in Mel Gibsons backyard.