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Entertainment Are cinemas threatened with extinction? Our debate in podcast

11:05  27 november  2020
11:05  27 november  2020 Source:   allocine.fr

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After a year turned upside down by the Covid, what future for the cinema? Between postponement of releases, transfer of films to platforms, boom in streaming, canceled or reinvented festivals, we take stock of a new scenario in 2020!

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podcast After lowering the curtain for 100 days in the spring, cinemas were shut down a second time in France. If they should soon reopen their doors (from December 15, if sanitary conditions are met ), this is the first time in the history of cinema that theaters will have remained closed for so long (more than a third of the year, inevitably impacting the number of film releases, and the box office figures for the year )

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Our podcast welcomes two guests:

Sophie Dulac, president of the Maison Dulac Cinéma structure. Producer, distributor and operator of cinemas in Paris (Le Majestic Passy, ​​Le Majestic Bastille, Le Reflet Médicis, L’Escurial and L’Arlequin). President of the Champs Elysées Film Festival. Patrick Fabre, artistic director of the Festival de Saint Jean-de-Luz, documentary maker (César Première, for Canal +), journalist

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Summary of the show:

1 / The future of the cinema

Is the theater really threatened with closure?

Focus: what is happening in the United States? (by Olivier Pallaruelo, AlloCiné journalist)

2 / The deployment of

Disney / Warner platforms ... Towards an evolution of distribution models?

What cohabitation can we imagine between them and the cinema? Should we review the media chronology?

3 / How is 2021 shaping up

How do you plan for the coming months?

Are we heading towards a big traffic jam of exits? Should we be optimistic about the festivals being held in 2021?

> The show is prepared and presented by Brigitte Baronnet (@BBaronnet), with Olivier Pallaruelo (@olivepal). Editing: Brigitte Baronnet. Mixing and dressing: Philippe Pouzelgue.

Feel free to share, rate, comment on the show and follow the "Spotlight" feed on podcast platforms. It is available on Deezer, Spotify, Apple Podcasts ...

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