Latin America

Cinépolis to Employ Cielo Technology Across its Global Enterprise

Tue, 11/06/2018 - 11:17 -- Nick Dager

Cinépolis, the fourth largest movie theater circuit in the world, and the largest in Mexico and Latin America, has selected Cielo as its provider of choice for digital management, monitoring and support of the entire Cinépolis circuit across the world. Cielo is joining forces with CES+, who has a longstanding business alliance with Cinépolis, and will act as the integrator channel partner and primary manager of the account.

A Conversation with Colorist Isaac Molina

Wed, 10/31/2018 - 11:09 -- Nick Dager

Isaac Molina is a senior colorist based in Mexico City, where for the last nine years he has worked at leading post house Oxido. Molina has a rich tapestry of grading experience that includes TV commercials and, as the colorist and DI supervisor, with the grade of more than 30 feature films. More recently, he has worked as a colorist in the first Latin American high dynamic range TV series for Netflix. Digital Cinema Report recently spoke with Molina about his career, the art and craft of color grading and his work on The House of Flowers.

Fandango Signs Multiple Latin American Deals

Mon, 10/22/2018 - 10:41 -- Nick Dager

Fandango announced today it has signed multi-year deals with leading international exhibitors Cinemark, Cinepolis (in Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Chile and Colombia), National Amusements (Showcase Cinemas, UCI) and Cinemex, adding more than 5,000 new screens in more than 15 Latin American countries. The new deals will bring Fandango’s global screen count to more than 45,000 worldwide.

Cineplanet Chooses Barco Laser Projectors

Mon, 04/23/2018 - 23:16 -- Nick Dager

With more than 300 screens in Peru and Chile, Cineplanet is one of the most progressive theater circuits in Latin America offering first-class amenities. When it came time to outfit its new multiplex in Costanera, Chile, the exhibitor once again looked to Cinionic, the Barco cinema joint venture, and digital cinema integrator Bardan Cinema Barco.

Deluxe Launches LIBRAS Service for Brazilian Film Releases

Mon, 09/18/2017 - 11:39 -- Nick Dager

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.

Vista Group Acquires Senda Dirección Tecnológica

Wed, 08/23/2017 - 13:04 -- Nick Dager

Vista Group International has reached an agreement with its long-term Latin American business partner Senda Dirección Tecnológica to take a controlling 60 percent share in the company, which will be renamed Vista Latin America, become of full member of the Vista Group and continue to be run by its founders and managers, Armando Mejias and Gustavo Ortega.

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