This summer, Indywood is bringing back the drive-in movie experience, but with a 21st century twist. These days we don’t drive-in—we bike-in. As always with Indywood, we hope to inspire other people to do what we do, so here’s a quick breakdown on how to set-up your own bike-in cinema.
We live in an age when the technology exists to easily show a movie on a big screen. However, it’s not that easy, because you usually have to license a film from a distribution company in order to book it at your theater. Booking films can be tricky . . . Here's a basic breakdown of how to book a film.
Neighborhood movie theaters can make money. How? (1) Ticket Sales, (2) Concessions, (3) Event Rentals, (4) On-Screen Advertising and (5) Membership. In this post we walk you through how to develop these income streams and give you a budget breakdown of how we keep Indywood in the black.
We are 100% confident that other people can and should start more neighborhood cinemas like Indywood. And for any entrepreneurial cinema lovers out there, we want to share some tips on starting Indywood to encourage you to start your own little cinema.