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The SunRay Cinemas in Ghent, Belgium have been in a state of flux for the past month as the owner of the firestick-wielding film crew, Chris C. Gros, has been forced to leave the company.
SunRay, owned by the same family that owns the movie theater chain Cinemark, has not had any staff on the payroll since February 20.
In the meantime, a former employee of the company, a director who has been on the job for more than a decade, has taken over the job of the new director.
“It’s very sad to have to announce this.
It was always Chris who ran the company and the business,” said SunRay’s managing director, Philippe Bouchard.
“He has taken charge of all the operations.
He’s very experienced in this business.”
The film company, which employs about 150 people, has a strong reputation for innovation.
The company has operated cinemas across Europe and has been a major producer of movies in the United States and Canada.
In addition to the new film director, SunRay is hiring several others for the next few months.
The group includes two producers and one director.
One of the directors, a Canadian who is also a cinematographer, has just returned to the company after two years of work in the U.S. and Canada on film projects.
Sunray Cinemas also has a new management team headed by a former Cineplex executive.