This week Gower Street looks at where the box office made globally since the beginning of August has been coming from, both regionally and by key markets.
Japan has become only the second global market to achieve a "full recovery" level on Gower Street's Blueprint To Recovery.
Both independent distributors and exhibitors in the UK have seen and grasped an opportunity as Hollywood studios continue release delays.
Markets across the Asia Pacific region are showing what is possible on the road to recovery.
In September, after six consecutive months of losses, the global box office finally began to show recovery.
Gower Street’s research clearly shows that sustainable industry recovery will be impossible without a greater pipeline of major titles.
With more titles delaying release or abandoning 2020 altogether how is the calendar shaping up for the remainder of the year and throughout 2021?
Titles released in key winter and summer months might expect to see a greater impact from a potential 17-day Domestic window.
Gower Street's Director, Theatrical Insights Rob Mitchell was again called upon to lend his expert analysis to an industry discussion. In the weekly Showbiz Sandbox podcast, hosted by J. Sperling…