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Pandemic forces Berlin Film Festival to go online
The Berlinale, one of the world’s most open and public film festivals, begins on Monday in a decidedly low-key, private fashion, being streamed to a select audience of journalists and industry professionals rather than playing to packed cinemas.
Hong Kong cinemas in pain as closure extended over Chinese New Year
Hong Kong cinema operators and filmmakers are crying for help following a government announcement that COVID-19 social distancing measures will remain in place until Feb. 17. Crucially, Hong Kong cinemas cannot reopen until after Chinese New Year (Feb. 12) and will have missed three important holiday seasons in the space of two months.
India allows cinemas to resume 100 percent seating occupancy
COVID-19 infections and death rates have been on a steady decline in India. Several Bollywood tent poles that waited out the pandemic, such as Salman Khan's action crime tent pole 'Radhe,' are expected to hit cinemas in the weeks and months ahead.
European cinemas to host Iran’s documentary ‘Coup 53’
Movie theaters across Europe are slated to screen Iranian documentary ‘Coup 53’.
Belgium’s cinemas call for help following movie theaters closure extension
Belgium’s Federation of Cinemas is disappointed that movie theaters must remain closed through December and possibly until the end of January.
‘Tenet’ takes more than $50m as film fans return to cinemas
Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ took more than $50m at the box office on its opening weekend as movie fans shrugged off the coronavirus pandemic, donned face masks and headed back to big screens.
China to begin reopening cinemas
China will begin reopening cinemas in “low-risk regions” from July 20, the China Film Administration (CFA) announced, ending nearly six months of closures that left thousands of theaters bankrupt.
Hong Kong cinemas to close from July 15 after fresh wave of COVID-19 infections
As Hong Kong is reeling under a fresh wave of COVID-19 infections, cinema houses in the city will be closed from July 15.
Over 80% of Spain’s cinemas open doors to public
Over 80 percent of Spain’s movie theaters opened after three months of closure due to the coronavirus lockdown, according to the Federation of Cinemas of Spain (FECE).
Museums, galleries, cinemas to reopen in England from July 4
Museums, galleries and cinemas will be allowed to reopen from July 4, alongside restaurants and hairdressers, Boris Johnson announced on Tuesday in a decisive but potentially risky easing of lockdown measures in England.
France to open cinemas as COVID-19 lockdown measures ease further
France will begin to shake off its coronavirus blues Sunday with cinemas opening on the stroke of midnight and thousands of people taking to the streets for its midsummer music festival.
Beijing cinemas ordered to remain shut as new COVID-19 cases emerge
Chinese authorities put another nail in the coffin for China’s film sector, formally announcing that cinemas in Beijing must remain shut for the time being after three new coronavirus cases were discovered in the capital.
Iran to reopen cinemas, theaters, concert halls
Iran’s National Headquarters for Managing and Fighting the Coronavirus agreed to open cinemas, theaters and concert halls as of June 21.

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