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Ad for Secret Cinema's immersive Guardians of the Galaxy experience earlier this year

What the Secret Cinema deal means for the future of immersive entertainment

Secret Cinema’s growth trajectory is set to be supercharged by its recent deal with New York-based TodayTix, so what lies

Casey points to Tommy Hilfiger's Tommy Adaptive collection as an example of a successful advertising campaign around disability

Visibility of disability: getting the entertainment and ad industry to face up to inclusion

The role that the advertising, TV and entertainment industry can play in building a platform to make the invisible visible

Creative agency MXW acquired by US-based Trailer Park

Specialist entertainment marketing and experiential shop has worked for Netflix and Universal.

Bond: breaking box-office records

He saved the world, but can James Bond rescue cinema?

The latest Bond film, No Time to Die, has broken records at the box office, but will that be enough

Warner Bros "The dancing wall" by We Are Social

, We Are Social France for Warner Bros.

Working with We Are Social in France, Warner Bros has launched a TikTok challenge encouraging audiences to re-enact dance scenes

It isn’t viable to have a large, in-person event like the Cannes Lions: Andreas Cohen, I-Com Global

The founder and chairman of I-Com Global discusses challenges of hosting virtual events, the possibility of on-ground events in 2021,

Pearl & Dean's Kathryn Jacob: cinema can still thrive despite rush to streaming

CEO of cinema ad sales house is bullish about industry's prospects as society emerges from the pandemic.

Warner Bros creates Justice League experience at Madame Tussauds Orlando

Warner Bros, the entertainment company, has collaborated with Madame Tussauds to bring its Justice League film to life.

Why investing in indie filmmakers could get your brand an Oscar

Brands can play an essential role in the dreams and successes of young filmmakers, says the VP of global client

DC Comics to open pop-up shop in Washington DC

DC Comics, which publishes Wonder Woman, Superman and Batman, is creating a pop-up shop in the US capital.


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