Cinema is recovering from COVID-19. In the past 15 months, the landscape has changed, with the windows chronology now up for discussion and an uncertainty around future box office expectations. But where is cinema in 2021?
This report provides an overview of several new theatrical hybrid release models and reviews the release strategies of major US studios alongside scenarios for potential cannibalization by business model.
The tracker looks at data from 18 key international markets to assess the total impact of COVID-19 on total box office. The report contains a dashboard to view territories most affected in both revenue and percentage terms.
This report tracks how cinema activity has been affected by COVID-19, offering up-to-date information on closures and reopenings of screens worldwide, a trend analysis, and a roadmap for industry recovery.
The success of the subscription business model brings a pressure on the existing theatrical business model to change, and COVID-19 has accelerated that process. For cinemas, the pandemic has turned digital projection to digital mindset.
Experiential Cinema denotes a range of experiences or borrowing from a cinema construct that elevates an attribute, service, or concept that significantly benefits audiences’ experience of content for theatrical screenings. This tracker will focus on a variety of Experiential Cinema formats, with distinct attributes, and will expand as our data and proprietary research evolves.
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