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hello everyone. 21 Jan 2010 21:05 #33186

  • johndoe
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I own a small theater which is connected to my restaurant.
It has been out of use for a long time, and I would like to convert it into a 2nd run theater seating 25-30 folks.
I have no idea how to obtain licensing rights to play out of date films for the general public. I'm unaware of the process, costs, or who to even talk to about it.
Any advice, or links which will head me in the right direction would be amazingly appreciated.

Thank you!!!
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Re:hello everyone. 22 Jan 2010 01:03 #33187

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Hello John:

Your films will come from the same distributors as other theatres. There is a list of distributors in the "Directory" on this site. There is also a list of equipment suppliers in the directory. You will either pay a percentage of your boxoffice gross or a flat rate depending on the deal you work out with the distributor. It appears to me you have no experience in the business. I have had at least 25 years. If you would like to pm or email me with more details about your theatre, your location, the nearest competition and include some photos I'd be happy to advise you.
Bob Allen
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