October 2000
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;10/24/2000, Vol. 365 Issue 18, pS-18
Looks at industry trends and buying strategies from leading feature films market around the world in 2000. Decline in the revenues of the exhibition and distribution sector in Australia; Financial problems of the sector in Canada due to the proliferation of costly movie screens and few customers; Success of the see-as-much-as-you-want subscription card introduced in Paris, France.


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