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Photos from the International Film Festival Cinema Mundi, many from the foyer of Cinema City Velky Spalicek, can be found at the following Facebook website: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151489906823855.1073741825.291649498854&type=3.
Some photographs of the often criticized exterior of the mall are on the official website: http://www.velkyspalicek.cz/cz/galerie/obchodni-a-zabavni-centrum-velky-spalicek-7/.
Some pictures of the small auditoriums, which were called Blue, Green, Red and Yellow, can be found on the following site: http://www.digitalnikino.cz/node/703. Exterior pictures of the building of Mini Multikino Modrany are available on the official website of the building (http://multim.cz/fotogalerie.php). On the first two photos the logo of the theater on the roof is still visible.
No it isn’t associated. The company is called Central European Cinemas (http://cecinemas.com/) and it uses the brand Premiere Cinemas in Central Europe (http://www.premierecinemas.cz/theme/premierecinemas/img/logo.png).
I guess the Texas chain did register the brand only in the USA.
Answer: Currently there are 299 digital of 863 screens (35 per cent). I guess the acquisition will slow the digitalization process a little bit. My estimation is the end of 2014, but it will depend on many factors. The purchasing power of the Eastern Europeans is one of the them.