AAM Molinare to Partner on Range of Services

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Mon, 01/30/2012 - 19:00 -- Nick Dager

Arts Alliance Media and UK post house Molinare have agreed to offer AAM’s digital cinema services to Molinare’s post-production clients and post capablities to AAM’s customers. The move is designed to offer producers and exhibitors a seamless end-to-end service from preproduction through to theatrical release. AAM will work with Molinare to provide services such as digital cinema package creation and re-versioning for different territories along with a full quality-control service in either of its two fully equipped digital cinemas in London and Paris. The agreement will also provide AAM clients with post-production services from Molinare. These include distribution to cinemas globally – including the option of satellite transmission direct to cinema servers or the alternative of distribution on hard drive or USB. AAM will also provide a full security key management service to ensure that content can only be unlocked by a specified cinema screen at the specified time. Scott Holmgren Molinare’s chief operating officer says “Being able to offer this final step of digital cinema asset creation and distribution means that we can now offer our customers a totally integrated workflow through to getting their product to cinemas. Arts Alliance Media’s experience in the digital cinema world is unparalleled and we’re delighted to be working with them and looking forward to the new services we’re going to have on offer.” Victoria Galloway content and distributor services director of Arts Alliance Media says “Working as a partner with Molinare means that we can get involved with clients at an earlier stage and help them to plan requirements for their cinema release anywhere in the world with everything from trailers to the final feature in different versions. We were impressed with the fantastic service Molinare provide to their clients and the reputation they have for technical excellence and we’re excited to work with them to bring the efficiencies and quality of digital cinema to more filmmakers.” Arts Alliance Media www.artsalliancemedia.com