UNIC defends cinema industry in Europe

Slater, Jim
December 2012
Cinema Technology;Dec2012, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p62
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the international association Union Internationale des Cinémas (UNIC) that regularly works with governments and stakeholders to promote the cultural, social and economic value of cinemas in Europe. It informs that UNIC represents the European cinema exhibitor organization and their national associations in the EU, Russia, and Turkey. It discusses the problem of piracy and theft which became the major threat to motion picture industry.


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