For those who mourn: Theaters lost even more decades ago, and the movies continue to adapt.
Disney moves "Black Widow" to July 9 and turns "Luca" into a Disney+ exclusive. Warner Bros. creates a 45-day theatrical window. The good news: It could be worse.
Many theaters will close, but not all will be for lack of support. Here's what happened in the college town and Chicago suburb of Evanston.
In 2020, movies learned that they didn't depend on theaters. With that out of the way, here's what happens next.
Movies aren't part of the Democratic or Republican platform, but the results of the November 3 presidential election will impact exhibitors.
Theaters in New York state can reopen at 25% capacity, and with a cap of 50 people per screen.
No one is rooting for the demise of the theatrical experience — but is it the same thing, when its survival is no longer a primary concern?
The November 6 release date for "Black Widow" casts Disney as the next theatrical savior, but the studio has reason to reject the role.
There's no central guidance on how theaters should apply safety measures, though some owners are game even to stop selling food and drink.
Theaters are finally scheduled to reopen in a few weeks, but for exhibitors, that means their problems are only beginning.
Three women are taking charge of the Ragtag Film Society, which runs one of the most respected documentary festivals in the country.
As this summer shows, when you're trying to land on a moving target, you have to be nimble.
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