IV No. 4
publication of the National Association of Theatre Owners
in In Focus
the Presidents Desk
Concern is raised over the average theatrical-to-video window,
now shrunk to a precedent-shattering four months and 23 days.
Regal serves up 62 for the “thEATeries” while
new plexes make news for Malco, Rave, Cinemaworld, Cinemagic
Built By Association
Local legislators around the nation are considering soft drink
taxation as a means of alleviating their deficits.
The summer gears up with “The Day After Tomorrow,” “Shrek
2,” “Troy” and “Van Helsing.” Also, Late
Additions to April.
Has any TV show produced as many movie stars as “Saturday Night Live”?
We look at its alumni’s coming big-screen efforts.
China plans to install 2,500 celluloid-free projectors, but
sources say they won’t offer the same image quality
as true d-cinema.
Jonathan Yarowsky examines
the legacy of Janet’s
Super Bowl appearance; Steve Fellman discusses
the peril of policy-benders.
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of industry happenings.
are classified as they are.
by gross. Updated
New NATO Member
A list of advertisers in this month's print edition of In
In 1979, there were more than 3,650 drive-in screens in the
United States; a quarter-century later there are fewer than
650, but enthusiasts believe the "ozoner" is finding
its place in the 21st century.