II Number 7
publication of the National Association of Theatre Owners
in In Focus
the Presidents Desk
John Fithian responds to the dozens of Star Wars
fans who have been urging a more rapid deployment of d-cinema.
CCH plans a Greater Denver 10-plex; NA builds a new Bridge in
Philadelphia; and EFC earmarks a 16-plex for South Carolina.
The latest from Clint Eastwood, Neil LaBute, Andrew Niccol,
Robert Rodriguez, Steven Soderbergh, M. Night Shyamalan, and
In Focus' exclusive Track Record. Also, Late
Additions to July.
of the years top grosser pursues an El Mariachi
sequel, a Bob Crane biography, and a cartoon starring Albert
Ufa struggles to stay aloft; Mexico revamps its rating system;
India gets a new quad; and the World Cup scores in U.K. cinemas.
Yarowsky discusses NATOs recent visit to
Capitol Hill. Steve
Fellman looks at the long road to the ADAAG revisions.
While Episode II saw the installation of a handful
of new digital projectors, compatability and standards issues
Exhibition vet Belinda Judson discusses her perceptions of the
increasing usefulness of NATOs board meetings.
Skip Headley speaks of Ernest Hemingway, Ron Howard, the Blue
Ridge Parkway, and what he keeps in his backyard pond.
ordered by date of bow.
of industry happenings.
are classified as they are.
Men in Black II helmer Barry Sonnenfeld talks sequels,
comedy, and his frustrations with a digital world.
Kathryn Bigelows latest looks at the Russian submariners
who saved their crewmates and perhaps the world.
The director who guided the X-Files returns with
a sci-fi tale about dragonbusters in 2084 England.
is the Chief
The star of Reign of Fire never worried much about
his bankability until he almost lost American Psycho.