Volume II No. 10
publication of the National Association of Theatre Owners
in In Focus
the Presidents Desk
NATO president John Fithian shares lessons learned from the
monster sleeper My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
Cinemark marches 12 into Sherman and ShowEast picks an honoree.
The holidays approach, and with them Harry Potter, James Bond,
Adam Sandler, Eminem and the Paris Opera Ballet, and more, featuring
In Focus' exclusive Track Record. Also, Late
Additions to October.
Hot on the
heels of a summer fueled by Agents Kay and Jay, Obi-Wan Kenobi
and Austin Powers, a look at coming sequels.
The Brits introduce 12A; theres an Imax headed
for Moscow; and German box office climbs to Alp-like heights.
Michael Karagosian discusses the difference between the broadcast
model and the data model.
NATO Washington counsel Steven John Fellman discusses an exhibitors
options if a disabled moviegoer proves disruptive.
Belinda Judson warns of the entertainment tax proposals that
tend to resurface as elections approach.
NATO of California/Nevada president Milt Moritz speaks of movie
critics, American International Pictures and XXX.
ordered by date of bow.
of industry happenings.
are classified as they are.
Cinema owners who joined up.
Naomi Watts, star of The Ring, owes her new level
of stardom to David Lynchs tenacity and a TV pilot
that evolved into an Oscar nominee.
Ehren Kruger (Arlington Road, Scream 3),
talks about his approach to adapting the Japanese horror blockbuster
Ringu for American audiences.