III No. 7
publication of the National Association of Theatre Owners
in In Focus
the Presidents Desk
NATO president John Fithian looks at the unusual new easyCinema
concept recently introduced in the United Kingdom.
Rave Motion Pictures nears the 200-screen mark; Regal launches
a specialty 6-plex and Kerasotes upgrades an Indiana 11-plex.
The European Digital Cinema Test-Bed debuts at London’s
National Film Theatre, and Melissa Etheridge is beamed to Berlin.
Late summer brings movies from directors
Martin Brest, James Ivory, Barry Levinson, Ridley Scott,
David Zucker and more. Also, Late
Additions to July.
Loews & Kieft team to buy 173 screens from Germany’s
Ufa; France’s UGC fields bids; and Korea’s Primus
aims for 212 by 2005.
Comedies are burning up the 2003 box office.
ahead for the big screen’s top funnymen and funnywomen?
Steven John Fellman reports on the difficulties one might
encounter while providing lifts for the disabled.
Kerasotes Theatres CEO Tony Kerasotes touches on Richard Nixon,
Teddy Roosevelt and Ridley Scott.
New NATO Members
Cinema owners who joined up.
ordered by date of bow. Updated
of industry happenings.
are classified as they are.
by gross. Updated
A list of advertisers in this month's print edition of In
Suspense vet Jonathan Mostow (“Breakdown”) remains
cagey about the particulars of “Terminator 3.”
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