Trafalgar Releasing is bringing the high-kicking London cast of Cole Porter's musical Anything Goes to more than 700 cinema screens across the U.S. for two days — March 27 and March 30.
The official trailer to the movie Monsta X: The Dreaming has just been released. The film will open next month in more than 70 countries, Trafalgar Releasing is distributing the CJ 4DPlex production of the movie Monsta X: The Dreaming, featuring the global K-Pop and pop group Monsta X.
Coming in December to more than 70 countries, Trafalgar Releasing is distributing the CJ 4DPlex production of the movie Monsta X: The Dreaming, featuring the global K-Pop and pop group Monsta X. The film will open in Korea on December 8 followed with a worldwide release December 9 and 11.
This November 4, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of The Doors final studio album L.A. Woman (1971), Trafalgar Releasing will transform movie theatres into concert venues as it presents The Doors: Live at The Bowl ’68 Special Edition, giving Doors fans around the world the closest experience to being there live. That July concert on the storied stage of the Hollywood Bowl was a now legendary performance that is widely considered to be the finest captured on film.
As director of distribution at Picturehouse Entertainment Marc Allenby helped bring the Metropolitan Opera and Bolshoi Ballet to cinemas in the UK and launched both NTLive and RSC Live. In 2017 he helped facilitate the management buyout that re-established the company with its experienced team as Trafalgar Releasing, where today he is CEO. In 2018 he established offices in the United States, a move he sees as “a vital part of the companies’ future plans and growth.” Headquartered in London, Trafalgar Releasing today also has offices in New York and Denver. Before the pandemic the company experienced significant growth and won numerous accolades including most recently the largest ever event cinema release with BTS’ Burn the Stage: The Movie. Despite the pandemic Trafalgar was moderately successful in 2020.
“It’s like nothing we have ever seen before,” said Graham Spurling, the owner of Movies @ Cinemas, one of Ireland’s largest cinema chains. “The rule book has been ripped apart. But look, we have got to keep positive. We will see good times again.” He’s not the self-proclaimed World’s Greatest Showman for nothing. Full disclosure, I consider him to be my friend.