Movie cinemas as experiences can boost the film business
Implications - The future of film is shady. As one end of the spectrum focuses on the idea that box office sales will plummet dramatically, the other believes turning the cinema into an “experience” could revive the industry. High tech and luxury are the basic concepts behind the future of the silver screen.
At least one movie theatre owner -- or exhibitor, as they're known -- is trying to lure consumers back to the big screen with a luxury cinema.
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