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publication of the National Association of Theatre Owners
Eighteen exhibition associations on four continents present
list of demands regarding the development of
plan megaplexes, Landmark
reopens a historic New York site, and Edwards
gets a new CEO.
New movies from directors Guillermo del Toro, David Fincher,
Hal Hartley, Walter Hill, Bill Paxton, Tom Tykwer and others.
What's ahead for the no-shows of 2001, among them Harrison Ford,
Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock and Adam Sandler.
Jonathan Yarowsky looks at the FTC's latest review; Steven John
Fellman reports continued disagreement over wheelchair seating.
Part one of NATO digital cinema consultant Michael Karagosian's
Stockholm address to the European Digital Cinema Forum.
Belinda Judson discusses how an exhibition association's credibility
with legislators can be affected by exhibitor behavior.
Movies return to Afghanistan, German exhibs criticize a tax
increase, and the Czech Republic gets 20 new screens.
Mid-Atlantic NATO executive director Jerry Gordon speaks of
Mahatma Gandhi, the Marine Corps and speed boats.
ordered by date of bow.
of industry happenings.
according to buyers and critics.
are classified as they are.
Director Kevin Reynolds, who scored his biggest hit with "Robin
Hood: Prince of Thieves," returns to the swashbuckling
with "The Count of Monte Cristo."
to the Light
Road" director Mark Pellington says he didn't want to make
a science fiction movie of"The Mothman Prophecies,"
based on some very creepy real-life events.