Exhibitors need to look beyond COVID to understand that their best chance for survival lies with embracing VOD, rather than ignoring it.
A survey of 363 members of the entertainment industry suggests people want to spend less time in theaters and more time renting VODs.
Decades ago, drive-ins defined the summer movie. Today, they're seeing a surge — but it's no cure for industry woes.
The country screened Ebrahim Hatamikia's Persian-language movie “Exodus” each night for a week.
Selections include "Boyhood," "The Human Centipede," "Y Tu Mamá También," and "Fish Tank."
Cannes may be an open question, but Unifrance is finding ways to salvage its film culture in a country committed to supporting it.
Domestic box office dropped four percent, global theatrical revenue was flat, and more than 58 percent of the world's movie revenue happened outside theaters.
"These screenings are all about seeing a work the way a filmmaker originally intended to show it," Nolan said at a presentation at the Egyptian Theatre in LA.
Candidates include Amazon, Netflix, and Landmark, and a new owner's priorities could impact the future of specialty distribution.
There's no question theater owners are threatened by Netflix. The question is what they're going to do about it.
The revenue gap between entertainment inside and outside theaters has doubled, and more people now subscribe to streamers than to cable.
An incredible breakout performance from Honor Swinton Byrne (Tilda's daughter) galvanizes Joanna Hogg's indelible story of first love.
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