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  • adj. Not theatrical.


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  • The only child of nontheatrical parents had already spent four years at a gymnastics academy, and another four at the Kiev State Choreographic Institute.

    All the World's a Stage

  • The 68-year-old comedian is joining a growing roster of nontheatrical performers -- Brooke Shields, Helen Reddy and Vanessa Williams -- who lend their often-sagging celebrity to struggling shows.

    No Experience Necessary

  • According to industry watchdog VideoScan, five out of the 35 best-selling nontheatrical releases in November are "" VeggieTales '' titles.

    The 'Veggies' That Kids Actually Like

  • No audience is too small for the movie industry, as demonstrated by the nontheatrical market.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • “Other ancillary rights” includes proceeds from nontheatrical distribution, royalties from music soundtracks, royalties from merchandise licensing, video games, book publishing and other similar exploitation.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • Pictures Domestic Distribution, a Time Warner Entertainment Company (part of the Time Warner family), is responsible for theatrical motion picture distribution in the United States and Canada, as well as for nontheatrical markets (such as airlines, cruise ships, armed forces, universities, hospitals and oil rigs).

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • Licensing of nontheatrical distribution rights includes airlines, ships at sea, schools, public libraries, community groups, armed services, correctional facilities, and others.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • Nontheatrical revenues from a typical film might equal about 5% of the domestic theatrical film rental, and the nontheatrical window typically kicks in shortly after theatrical release.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • "Destination," made what was then The New York Times's annual list of noteworthy nontheatrical films.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Already many filmmakers are experimenting with separating theatrical or broadcast licensing from online distribution or nontheatrical screenings, in what is typically referred to as


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