September 24, 2004
If you missed Thursday’s appearance on “Restore Radio” by “Cinema Treasures” co-authors, Ross Melnick and Andreas Fuchs, the audio has been archived on the program’s website.
September 23, 2004
Ross Melnick and Andreas Fuchs, co-authors of the forthcoming book, “Cinema Treasures,” will be on the air from 9:00 – 10:00 pm EST on “Restore Radio,” Maureen Nevin’s program on Asbury Park radio station 88.1 FM. The show is also broacast simultaneously over the Internet by logging onto http://live.asburypark.net/liveradio.asx.
Restore by the Shore (Restore Radio for short) is a popular, local talk radio show that broadcasts every Thursday night from 8:00pm – 10:00 PM out of Asbury Park. Every week the show tackles political and cultural issues and features authors, performers, historians, artists – anyone with something interesting to say. Shortly after the show airs on radio and internet, it is available again for listening over the archives.
November 19, 2003
Exhibition monthly Film Journal International included Cinema Treasures in its the October 2003 issue. Thanks go to Kevin Lally, Film Journal’s managing editor
Authors Seek Cinema Treasures
Film Journal International’s business/exhibition editor, Andreas Fuchs, has joined forces with Ross Melnick and Patrick Crowley, founders of CinemaTreasures.org, on a book that holds much promise to the exhibition industry. Cinema Treasures combines a survey of 100-plus years of motion picture exhibition history with profiles of theaters around the world. In addition to many classic palaces, which still have to present films today, the book will showcase movie theaters across all major eras (from the 1890s to the 1990s) and architectural styles. There will be single screen theaters, twins, triplexes, large-screen cinemas, multi- and megaplexes.
Many of our readers' theatres have already been included, but the authors invite everyone to submit materials. A nomination form and more information is available online at cinematreasures.org/book/. Feel free to email . Cinema Treasures is due in spring 2004 from MBI Publishing.
July 17, 2003
Today, we’re proud to announce that Andreas Fuchs has joined our Advisory Board, and will be contributing to Cinema Treasures.
A third generation cinema operator, Andreas Fuchs has over 20 years of business and creative experience, both in Europe and the United States. His company, Creative Cinema, works with exhibitors worldwide.
June 18, 2003
Today, we announced our book and launched our book website. As we begin working on the book, though, we’ll be posting frequent updates on our progress. Check here often for the latest news on this project!