Regular readers of both the weekly magazine Screen International and the daily news service ScreenDaily.com will notice important changes this week.
The weekly magazine will sport a brand new look and speak with a fresh new voice that will truly help bridge the different worlds of the global cinema business.
From Thursday 28th August, ScreenDaily.com will also be re-launched to give you an even better, industry-leading package of film-dedicated content.
The new features and improved services on ScreenDaily.com include:
NEW World Box Office Service
- featuring the very latest performance data from more than 20 key global territories
- forthcoming release dates and a wealth of statistics from Dodona research
NEW trackable online international production listings
- Up to the minute international news from Screen's unrivalled global news team.
- 13,000-story database - enabling you to track people, projects, events and stories.
- The latest reviews with archive search functions.
- Fully searchable festival and events calendars.
Sound great' It is, but these new services will be limited to subscribers only. Non-subscribers will find their access to the main content of the site blocked with immediate effect on 28th August.
How will the changes affect your access'
Subscribers to Screen International magazine:
Every subscriber to Screen International magazine will get free and unlimited access to Screendaily.com after August 28th - an access package with a value of $205/£130. Look out for details of how to activate your free access - they will be mailed directly to you shortly.
All Other Users:
The only way to continue to access the news, archive and unique services at ScreenDaily.com is to SUBSCRIBE Full access for 1 year starts from as little as $0.43/£0.27 a day! See below for details of our launch subscription offer.
The only way to ensure that you continue to get uninterrupted access after the 28th August is to subscribe now. Don't forget that with a subscription you'll get access to the great mix of global news, latest reviews, new World Box Office Section and more than 3 years of archived film business reporting