Nagra, a Kudelski Group company, and the Entertainment Technology Center, a think tank and research center within the USC School of Cinematic Arts, have partnered to map Fandom Genomics. This data science study is being conducted to support the launch of myCinema, a new broadband-based in-theatre platform system, which offers a large catalog of alternative content titles to theatre circuits of all sizes and locations. myCinema is being launched for the first time at Cinemacon 2018.
More2Screen will present the live cinema broadcast of Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband, June 5. This is the third play in the Classic Spring Theatre Company’s year long Oscar Wilde Season at the Vaudeville Theatre and will be broadcast live by satellite to 420 cinemas across the UK and Ireland.
Abramorama, in association with Apple Corps and Universal Music Group, will theatrically release The Beatles’ classic 1968 animated feature film, Yellow Submarine, across North America this July in celebration of its 50th anniversary.
EclairGame, the eSports-based entertainment solution for cinemas from Ymagis Group, and Les Cinémas Gaumont Pathé are strengthening their partnership established last year with the expansion of the competitions in the Fifa Tour 2018 championship to the Pathé Carré de Soie cinema in Vaulx-en-Velin and the Gaumont Montpellier Multiplex and Gaumont Wilson in Toulouse in addition to the Pathé La Villette cinema in Paris.
The Event Cinema Association today announced that founder and managing director Melissa Cogavin has mutually agreed with the board of directors to resign her position. The board has elected to manage the day-to-day running of the ECA for an interim period and will be seeking a replacement for Cogavin in the near future.
The ECA’s fifth annual conference took place in London Wednesday at the Vue West End in Leicester Square. As part of a busy day’s presentations, discussion and networking the ECA Box Office Awards were the highlight of the day.
Cosmic Picture has launched a new giant screen film distribution company for museum and science center theaters. The company will distribute a range of films, including a number of giant screen educational films from the National Geographic library, including award-winning documentaries such as Sea Monsters, Extreme Weather, Mysteries of the Unseen World and its own hit Jerusalem.
The Event Cinema Association has announced the schedule for their annual conference, which will include networking sessions and talks from prominent industry leaders. The conference will take place February 7 at Vue West End in Leicester Square, London.
Leading event cinema distributor Fathom Events today reported that 26 of its titles grossed more than $1 million each at the box office in 2017. This statistic sets a new record and is a significant achievement over the company’s 2016 box office success of 14 titles passing this threshold, further demonstrating the increasing value and audience interest in event cinema.
The Event Cinema Association’s fifth annual conference will take place February 7 at Vue West End in Leicester Square, London. A highlight of the event cinema industry calendar, the conference brings together a diverse range of content producers, technical providers, distributors and exhibitors from all over the world.