Arts Alliance Media will launch a new version of its end-to-end cinema software suite at CineAsia in Hong Kong this week.
GDC Technology will showcase its lineup of cost-effective and comprehensive cinema solutions at CineAsia 2014 in Hong Kong this week.
GDC Technology will launch its next-generation TMS-2000 Theatre Management at the CineAsia 2014, at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, December 9-11.
Digital Domain Holdings Limited, the parent company of Digital Domain 3.0, has entered into an unprecedented ten-year agreement with TNT Production Limited to produce 3D virtual performance holograms of Miss Teresa Teng for concerts, movies and all manner of media.
Barco’s newest 6P 4K-laser projector, the DP4K-60L, has won an award at the 2014 Beijing International Radio, TV & Film Equipment Exhibition (BIRTV).
Arts Alliance Media has announced its partnership with Shanghai Film Company to supply SFC’s digital cinema network with AAM’s software. The deployment begins immediately.
Evergrande Cinema Line has selected GDC Technology as its technology partner for its cineplexes in China. GDC will provide approximately 300 SX-3000 Standalone Integrated Media Blocks and 30 Theatre Management Systems. As of August 13 systems have been deployed in 15 Evergrande cineplexes.
Transformers: Age of Extinction, a blockbuster produced by Paramount and Jiaflix was the highest grossing imported film in Mainland China for the first half of 2014. The movie is the China Movie Media Group’s first collaboration with a U.S. Studio, Paramount Pictures.
Arts Alliance Media has announced that its theatre management system Screenwriter now features full integration with The IMAX Experience, allowing screens in IMAX cinemas to be controlled with one simple, automated workflow. The first customer to benefit from the new solution will be a joint client of AAM and IMAX Corporation, Wanda Cinema Line.
The 17th Shanghai International Film Festival opened with the screening of the classic Chinese film Stage Sisters, which has been fully restored in 4K. Directed by the late Chinese director Xie Jin and first released in 1964, the 50-year-old film is now widely regarded as Xie’s masterpiece.