November 1986
Image Technology;Nov1986, Vol. 68 Issue 11, p530
Trade Publication
The article reflects on the present film theaters in Europe. The author associated the current theater management and problems encountered, to the distribution and handling of film prints available for distribution. The author related that despite on the problems concerning cost of operation, audience is starting to grow back in film theaters and international companies are investing sufficient amount of money in building new theaters.


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