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Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (HMNY) production company MoviePass Films announced today its film American Animals won in two categories at the 20th British Independent Film Awards. The British Independent Film Awards highlight the most innovative and creative independent filmmaking and filmmakers each year in an effort to support the independent film community and promote British talent to the public.
At this time last year, MoviePass was the darling of the entertainment industry, boasting millions of subscribers and a cult following. Ted Farnsworth, CEO of MoviePass parent company Helios and Matheson Analytics, has taken a financial beating. Thanks in part to the failures of MoviePass, $7.25 million worth of Helios and Matheson stock Farnsworth was awarded in 2017 was worth less than $50 as of Dec. 8, as Quartz pointed out after a Dec. 10 SEC filing by the company.
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You see, it was all just a test. MoviePass is claiming the chaos of the last few months—in which its $10 movie-per-day plan became increasing unreliable, it started surge pricing, then limited moviegoers to three movies per month instead, and picked the movies they were able to see each day—was all done to determine the…
The movie subscription service is updating its pricing plan for 2019 with three new plans that still start at $9.95 per month. The prices also go up depending on where subscribers live, with three geographic “zones” designed to reflect the differences in average ticket prices in different parts of the country.
Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. said its majority-owned subsidiary MoviePass will introduce a new pricing plans next year, that start at $9.95 per month. The plans will feature a 3-tier pricing structure, with the plans offering users three movies a month, or the equivalent of up to 36 movies per year to target the casual moviegoer, the company said. In the "Select" $9.95 plan, which will exclude opening weekends at launch, the title selection includes standard 2D movies, with more titles becoming available as product enhancements take place. The "All Access" $14.95-a-month plan includes 2D movies only, but at any time during their threatrical run, including opening weekends. The "Red Carpet" plan for $19.95 a month offers three movies a month, including opening weekends, with one of the allotted three movies in IMAX 2D, IMAX 3D or RealD 3D. The company said it will also offer limited-time 12-month offers to subscribers for holiday gift giving. H&M's stock was up 4.9% in premarket trade.
MoviePass™, the nation’s premier movie theater subscription service and a majority-owned subsidiary of Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (HMNY) (“Helios”), announced that, after months of determined testing, it will introduce an updated pricing plan for the new year, effective January 1, 2019. In addition to rolling out the new plans, MoviePass is offering two special, limited-time 12 month offers to their subscribers and for gift-giving during the holiday season. SELECT (starting at $9.95/month): Subscribers will be able to see three movies per month at some point during their theatrical run through a programming model (announced the week prior), which at launch will exclude Opening Weekends.
MoviePass™, the nation’s premier movie theater subscription service and a majority-owned subsidiary of Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (HMNY) (“Helios”), today announced the appointment of Khalid Itum to Executive Vice President. Previously MoviePass’ Vice President of Business Development, Itum will continue to report to CEO Mitch Lowe.
MoviePass experienced a significant decline in subscribers in the third quarter, the latest sign of trouble for majority owner Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. as it looks to stave off insolvency. While Helios flagged the drop in a securities filing Thursday, it didn’t provide an exact figure. MoviePass had 3.2 million subscribers as of Aug. 10, compared with 1 million in December 2017, according to an August filing.
Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. cited a “significant decline” in MoviePass subscriptions but didn’t update those numbers.
Beleaguered MoviePass parent Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. reported third-quarter results Thursday morning. The company reported a loss of $129.6 million, or a loss of 20 cents per share, compared to a loss of $43.5 million, or a loss of $5.79 per share, in the year-earlier quarter. Helios chalked up the increase in net loss to its acquisitions of MoviePass, Moviefone assets and forming MoviePass Ventures and MoviePass films. Revenue for the quarter was $81.34 million, up from $1.17 million a year ago. Shares of Helios are trading at a mere 2 cents a share, despite the company's 1-to-250 reverse stock split in July. The company proposed a second split in September of 1-for-500 shares in an effort to avoid delisting of its stock, but revealed earlier this week it did not have enough support for the plan. The spectacular rise and fall of MoviePass, its movie subscription service, has Helios looking for ways to solve its Wall Street woes, including a plan to split off the MoviePass business into an independent entity. Helios stock has effectively lost all of its value in the year to date, while the S&P 500 has gained 0.7%.
Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. , which owns MoviePass, revealed in a regulatory filing Tuesday that it has delayed a vote on a second reverse stock split. According to the filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the company believed that it did not have support for the plan, which sought to avoid delisting of its stock for continuing to trade for less than $1. "The Board cancelled the Special Meeting because it does not expect to have the requisite stockholder votes to approve the proposed reverse stock split at the Special Meeting or to adjourn the Special Meeting," the filing reads. The spectacular rise and fall of MoviePass has left Helios & Matheson grappling for a solution, which includes a plan to split off the movie-subscription business into an independent entity. Shares closed Tuesday at less than 2 cents apiece.
Helios and Matheson Analystics Inc. said in an SEC filing that it didn’t expect to have the sharesholder votes to approve the measure.
The Nominations for Company’s First Entry Into Film Distribution in Association With The Orchard, Rock MoviePass Ventures’ World