II No. 11
publication of the National Association of Theatre Owners
in In Focus
the Presidents Desk
NATO president John Fithian talks about online movie piracy
and suggests a plan for minimizing it.
Harkins earmarks 32 for Greater Phoenix; true Cinerama comes
to Hollywood; and ShowEast honors a maker of blockbusters.
Among the holiday offerings: About Schmidt, Adaptation,
Catch Me If You Can, Star Trek: Nemesis
and The Two Towers, featuring
In Focus' exclusive Track Record. Also, Late
Additions to November.
green, Red Dragon soars. But whats on the
menu for its in-demand cast and crew?
Megabox plans 100 for South Korea; the Phillippines cracks down
on piracy; and Japan introduces the Dream Theatre.
Michael Karagosian discusses why the data model
is probably the way to go when building system achitecture.
Plus, Regal screens a football game digitally; NewCo names a
Yarowsky discusses the importance of the YouthRules!
campaign, which publicizes labor restrictions for minors; and
John Fellman on September 11, 2002.
Regals Greg Dunn reveals his favorite filmmaker, his first
role model, what hes looking forward to, and more.
ordered by date of bow.
of industry happenings.
are classified as they are.
Cinema owners who joined up.
Screenwriters Neal Purvis and Robert Wade talk about building
007s 20th adventure, the impact of Halle Berrys
mid-production Oscar win, and breaking in a new Q.