V No. 5
publication of the National Association of Theatre Owners
in In Focus
the Presidents Desk
John Fithian discusses what he observed
at the latest edition of NATO’s official convention,
Regal opens 64 screens and buys another
76 from R/C; Loews bows a Greater Seattle 16-plex; GTC gets
a new president; and more.
The U.K. Film Council has announced its timetable: 250 projectors
equipped with 2K DLP CInema tech will be in place next year.
With warm weather comes “Batman Begins,” “Bewitched,” “The
Dukes of Hazzard,” “Land of the Dead,” “War
of the Worlds” and more. Also, Late
Additions to May.
Twenty-seven filmmakers directed the 2004 films that grossed
more than $100 million;
we look at what they have in the works.
G. Kendrick Macdowell explains, among other things, why anti-camcording
legislation is pursued at both the federal and state levels.
Steven John Fellman describes the many
misconceptions surrounding cinema owners’ captioning
ordered by date of bow. Updated
of industry happenings.
are classified as they are.
by gross. Updated
weekly. For weekend box office click here.
A list of advertisers in this month's print edition of In
In two short years, big-screen sound-and-motion advertising
has transformed the economics of the U.S. exhibition industry.
Aniston, Barrymore, Biel, Damon, Fallon, Gibson, Jolie, Lucas,
Mac, Pitt and more turn up for NATO’s official convention.