Multi-award-winning British production sound mixer Chris Munro had to up his game to cleanly capture Tom Cruise’s dialogue as the action star clambered aboard a moving helicopter, leaped from a high-altitude jet and sped through the streets of Paris for Mission Impossible – Fallout.
Link Digital Cinema China Technology, Beijing has signed an agreement to purchase additional D-Box motion systems in an effort to meet the growing demand for premium entertainment experiences. In a previous agreement, Link China installed seven D-Box screens for key locations across the country. With this new contract, D-Box is expected to install many more screens before the end of the year with some already in the installation process.
Screenvision Media has debuted the latest preshow content for its Reel Food series, featuring food and lifestyle expert Chadwick Boyd. The episode – created by Screenvision Media’s in-house creative team, 40 Foot Solutions – is running nationwide as part of Screenvision’s Front + Center preshow and will continue through August 23, during the height of Alaska wild salmon season.
Abramorama and Cinereach have announced the release of the trailer for the kinetic and timely, documentary film Matangi Maya M.I.A. The movie opens in theatres September 21, in the U.K. and September 28 in the U.S.
Anthony’s Cheesecake of Bloomfield, New Jersey is the winner of Screenvision Media’s nationwide Corner Stories promotion. Created by Screenvision Media’s in-house creative team, 40 Foot Solutions, Corner Stories provides a behind-the-scenes look at small business owners making a difference in their communities
Good things come to those who wait, as cinematographer Remi Adefarasin, OBE BSC will testify, following his recent large format shoot with Cooke Optics S7/I full frame plus prime lens range on the period feature film Lyrebird. Imperative Entertainment’s Dan Friedkin is directing the film. Imperative is also producing alongside Ridley Scott.
Arts Alliance Media first opened its doors in London June 17, 2003. In those very early days of digital cinema, the new company and its ten employees carved out a space in technology and what was then called alternative content. The company divested itself of the alternative content business a few years ago to focus on what has long been its core strength: cinema technology. AAM launched its first theatre management system in 2007 and, in 2008, completed the first virtual print fee rollout in Europe with French chain CGR. Today AAM has more than 140 employees spread over three offices in London, Amsterdam, and Guangzhou, China. I recently spoke via email with AAM’s chief executive officer Patrick Foley, and chief technology officer Richard Phillips about those early days of the company and, more importantly, to get their thoughts about the future of digital cinema technology.
Cinemas worldwide are preparing for what is now commonly called the second wave: a technology renewal where they will install next-generation digital projection equipment. However, the journey ahead poses different considerations and challenges compared to the film-to-digital conversion of the first wave. Before we forge ahead, it’s important that we consider the old adage: To know where we’re going, we need first to know where we’ve been. So let’s take a look.
Bestar Cinemas in RuiAn, China has become the first Chinese multiplex to open an ÉclairColor high dynamic range auditorium. The Ymagis Group and Chinese cinema systems integrator Great Ocean made the announcement today.
On Wednesday CJ 4DPlex opened the first European 4DX with ScreenX theatre through a partnership with Les Cinémas Pathé Gaumont. Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and The Wasp debuted in the 4DX with ScreenX format in Paris at the exhibitor’s Pathé Beaugrenelle multiplex.