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publication of the National Association of Theatre Owners
NATO president John Fithian offers thoughts on cinemagoing in
Afghanistan, Pakistan and the United States.
brings Graumans Chinese back to Hollywood while Harkins,
Century and Eastern
Federal launch megaplexes.
The Fellowship of the Ring cast looks forward to
Heaven and Equilibrium (to say nothing
of Star Wars and The Matrix.)
Washington Counsel Steven John Fellman offers sound advice for
those employing people with post-Sept. 11 issues.
Michael Karagosian finds hints of things to come in ShowEast
presentations by Qualcomm, Dolby and Avica.
Belinda Judson notes associations serving other industries do
not always function as harmoniously as NATO and its affiliates.
Scandinavia, the Baltic states, Germany and South Korea see
increases in ticket sales; the British Midlands get a 14-plex.
New movies from directors Andrew Davis, John McTiernan, Mira
Nair, Fred Schepisi and others.
Theatres head Beth Kerasotes speaks of speeding
tickets, Stephen King, Hollywood and The Boy Wonder.
ordered by date of bow.
of industry happenings.
according to buyers and critics.
are classified as they are.
Writer-director Wes Anderson and screenwriter Owen Wilson, the
Texans behind Bottle Rocket and Rushmore,
look at failed genius with The Royal Tenenbaums.
In The City
Filmmaker Gary Burns talks about
waydowntown, a low-budget Canadian comedy winning
critical raves and headed for a stateside debut.