Miraj Cinemas, which says it is India’s fastest-growing and third-largest national multiplex chain, has opened its first multiplex in Pune.
Christie Digital Systems and the Moroccan cinema exhibitor Cinerji are supporting the next generation of film talent by sponsoring the Atlas Workshops at Marrakech International Film Festival.
LG and Odeon Multicines have announced the opening of the first cinema to combine 100 percent LED screens with Dolby Atmos sound.
GDC announced today that it has extended its CineAsia’s Official Presenting Sponsorship with Film Expos Group. As part of the presenting sponsor agreement, GDC will continue to play a key role at Asia largest cinema convention to promote cinema technologies and support a healthier and greener cinema industry.
Pathe' Cinemas, Europe’s leading exhibitor, and Imax have announced a significant expansion to their historical partnership with five new Imax with Laser systems, including four in France. The new agreement also spans distribution, with Imax and Pathe Live, Pathe's subsidiary dedicated to production and distribution of event cinema, set to release three upcoming Pathe Live films across the Imax network
CGV Mars Cinema Group has selected GDC’s SR-1000 Standalone Integrated Media Block to upgrade its projection systems to the latest digital cinema media server technology.
Moviegoers in Arizona don’t have to worry about picking a film as Harkins is offering a mystery movie experience in theatres across the state.
The Walt Disney Company has announced the launch of the Disney 100 Outdoor Cinema Experience in Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa.
The CBC Exhibition at 54th International Film Festival of India at Goa was designed to capture the essence of projecting Indian films and their contributions using new technology. The three-day event which was held last week was set up by the Central Bureau of Communication, Ministry Information & Broadcasting at Kala Academy, Panaji.
Cineplex is selling its arcade game business to an international investment company for $155 million in cash. The Toronto-based theatre giant announced Wednesday that OpenGate Capital has bought its Player One Amusement Group business, which sells, distributes, operates and services arcade games and other equipment.