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Cinemas trust in Bond bounce as No Time to Die tickets go on sale

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British cinema owners are quietly confident that when tickets go on sale next week for Daniel Craig’s last outing as James Bond demand will ensure the biggest box office hit since the start of the pandemic. No Time to...

New Zealand cinema’s expletive-laden voicemail gets rave reviews

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An expletive-ridden voicemail recording, accidentally uploaded by a New Zealand cinema, is giving the nation a dose of cheer as it races to stamp out an outbreak of coronavirus. An employee of Movie Max Cinemas in th...

Vue cinemas fined £750,000 over death of customer trapped by chair

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Cinema chain Vue has been fined £750,000 for safety breaches after a filmgoer died when he became trapped under a cinema chair leg-rest in 2018. Ateeq Rafiq, 24, died in hospital after his neck became stuck under the ...

Pure and simple: how nature documentaries became cinema’s answer to ASMR

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The Truffle Hunters is a documentary, but it’s one of the most escapist movies of the year. There is a lot to savour: the rolling Piedmontese countryside; the almost mystical expertise of these sprightly, old Italian ...

The best drive-in cinemas in the UK this summer

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Between the travel restrictions, social distancing, badly ventilated spaces indoors and weather outdoors, we are not exactly shaping up for a great British summer. The silver lining you seek could be the silver screen...

Can Britain’s cinemas bounce back after lockdown?

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You have to go back to the outbreak of the second world war to find the last time the cinema industry was forced to close by order of the state. Chamberlain’s government, fearful of air raids, ordered that all places ...

Can cinemas bank on a big return to the big screen?

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Cineworld’s $3bn (£2.17bn) loss for 2020, unveiled this week, is a stark reminder of the vulnerable state of the once all-powerful cinema owners, as Hollywood studios embrace streaming and jeopardise hopes of a post-C...

How Spain’s Covid curfew puts its drive-in cinemas at risk

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A 7.30 on Friday evening, Godzilla and King Kong are scheduled to converge on a large lot in eastern Spain to trade blows and bellows, rip fistfuls of fur and scales off each other and generally wreak CGI havoc for a...

Sounds of the kitchen sink: trad jazz and British cinema’s new wave

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In the opening scene of the 1959 film of Look Back in Anger, Richard Burton, as “angry” icon Jimmy Porter, establishes his nonconformist credentials by indulging in a sweaty jazz-trumpet freakout as the local youth bo...

New York cinemas reopen after a year on pause – but will film fans return?

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Like all cinemas in New York, the Angelika in Soho has lain dormant for almost an entire year. But just before 10am on Friday, with an unceremonious creak, the shutters raised to welcome its first customers since the ...