Éclair has announced an exclusive partnership with Sydney-based Shooting Star Company Group to deploy ÉclairPlay among cinema exhibitors in SSCG’s DStar Cinema network in Australia and New Zealand
The Event Cinema Association has confirmed the line up for its first-ever industry Slate Day, including many of the leading names in event cinema distribution. The purpose of the event, which will hosted at the Vue West End in London December 6, is to showcase the next 6-12 months of programs on the event cinema calendar.
Deluxe announced today that it has strengthened its suite of managed services from Deluxe Distribution with new over the top capabilities by adding Smart Video Engine to the video supply chain technology stack built by Deluxe Technologies. This new OTT platform gives Deluxe a game changing, unified end-to-end solution that removes the complexity and burdensome cost of managing multiple vendors and integrations across the video supply chain. With this platform, Deluxe Distribution is a global “one stop shop” for clients looking for solutions that simplify the growing challenges and complexities of content management and distribution.
The Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition is marking its fourth year of operations with the promotions of three executives amid rapid exhibitor and content provider growth.
Deluxe has formed Deluxe Technologies, a new division with more than 250 engineers from six tech centers around the world. Deluxe has played a key role in the technical evolution of the entertainment industry over the last century, and this is an initial step in the next transformation, towards Deluxe as a virtualized services and platform company.
Deluxe Entertainment Services Group has launched a Brazilian sign language (LIBRAS) localization service. The service – the first of its kind outside of Brazil – is designed to help studios meet Brazil’s new LIBRAS accessibility requirements, which began to be enforced as of September 17 and necessitate that studios produce and deliver LIBRAS video recordings for any feature released in Brazilian theaters.
7th Art Releasing has acquired and will release Claire Ferguson's documentary Destination Unknown. Using only the survivor's own words, the film weaves a vivid narrative of lives stained by the Holocaust. 7th Art Releasing will release the film theatrically on November 10th.
More2Screen has been appointed to distribute Classic Spring Theatre Company’s newly announced Oscar Wilde Season live to cinemas in the UK and Ireland, followed by a recorded roll-out internationally. The first of four plays by the Irish comic master, A Woman of No Importance, will be broadcast live on November 28, followed by the celebrated Lady Windermere’s Fan on March 20.
Unified Pictures has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Amin Matalqa's The Rendezvous, starring Stana Katic (Castle) and Raza Jaffrey (Homeland). Unified Pictures will release the action adventure film across U.S. ancillary markets this fall. The film made its World Premiere at the Mill Valley Film Festival last November.
Wonder Woman's audience evolved in a similar manner as most blockbusters but with some trends notably magnified, according to an audience evolution report released by Movio. While the female and fifty and older segments of the audience generally grow over the course of a blockbuster’s run, Wonder Woman’s female audience nearly reached parity with the male audience by the third week.