Cineworld is reportedly considering cutting rents and permanently closing some UK cinemas after being hammered by the coronavirus pandemic.
Aberdeen's only independent cinema, The Belmont Filmhouse, will close temporarily on Saturday.
Aberdeen film-goers can catch their favourite festive films on the big screen this autumn from the safety of their cars.
Cinemas have reopened in much of India with mostly old titles on screen, a sign of the country’s efforts to return to normal as the pace of coronavirus infections slows but also of the roadblocks that remain.
A collection of cinema posters and artwork with an estimated total worth of more than £180,000 is to be auctioned.
The shortage of new films being released is a “massive problem” for cinemas, the owner of an independent venue has said.
The biggest cinema chain in the UK, which owns two theatres in Aberdeen, is set to close all its screens after a devastating six months for the industry, according to media reports.
Hollywood came to Peterhead last night as the town's new silver screen was officially opened at a glittering ceremony worthy of its red carpet guest.
Film fans in Moray will be overjoyed this weekend as the region's only cinema reopens.
A leading Aberdeen solicitor has called on courts to focus their efforts on finding alternative venues to get high court trials going again in the city.
Cineworld has warned further global coronavirus restrictions or film delays may force it to raise further cash as it revealed half-year losses of 1.6 billion US dollars (£1.3 billion).
The new 10pm closing time rule will not apply to theatres and cinemas, the Culture Secretary has said.
The reopening of the Belmont Filmhouse feels "pleasantly normal" after six months away, its boss has said.
The Belmont Filmhouse has announced it is set to reopen on Monday, almost six months after closing its doors due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
Cinemas across Scotland are set to reopen today, and Aberdeen is no different.
A new five-screen cinema is to open in a north-east town within weeks.
No doubt once we all start going to the cinema again, we’ll find it a bit odd to begin with.
Cinema chain Vue is set to begin a phased reopening of its venues.
I have been following with interest your articles on the cinemas of Aberdeen, and in particular the former bingo hall in Peterhead, which is to be converted to a cinema.
A brewery giant will host a drive-in cinema event in a north-east town.
An independent Aberdeen cinema has reached its £25,000 fundraising goal to help it reopen after the Covid-19 lockdown.
Some independent cinemas will be lost as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the owner of one venue has warned.
A fundraiser launched to help support an Aberdeen independent cinema reached a quarter of its target in one day.
Groups across the north-east have received funding to help them buy new cinema equipment.
The north-east film director behind Stan & Ollie and Filth today threw his support behind a crowdfunding campaign to save a city cinema.
Aberdeen's independent cinema has launched a fundraiser to help keep it going over the next few months.
Relaxing the two-metre social distancing rule will not get rid of the problems being faced by the theatre industry, the Culture Secretary has said.
Bronze statues depicting famous moments and characters in cinema from the last century will be placed in Leicester Square in a celebration of London’s film history.
Vue has defended its decision to ban gang movie Blue Story after the cinema chain said “25 significant incidents” were reported at its venues within 24 hours of the film’s release.
A second cinema chain has withdrawn gang film Blue Story from its venues after a mass brawl at a screening in Birmingham.