PVR Cinemas has installed Cinionic’s Giant Screen technology in its flagship site in Priya, India. The move comes as part of an urban rehabilitation initiative by PVR of its heritage location providing audiences thrilling cinematic experiences combined with the latest in premium cinema amenities and innovation. Priya’s new premium P[XL] auditorium powered by CGS, has a 19-meter (62-foot) giant screen, and features the latest laser projection. The PVR P[XL] at Priya is the first powered by CGS cinema in India.
At Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Tuesday, in his annual address to open CinemaCon 2021, John Fithian, president, and CEO of the National Association of Theatre Owners was cautiously upbeat and simultaneously defiant about the state of the exhibition business. He thanked a long list of organizations for their part in helping movie theatres survive the worst of the COVID-19 crisis and expressed the belief that, while “we have reached the light at the end of a very long tunnel” there is much more work to be done if the cinema business is to thrive. He emphasized what he and everyone who cares about the idea of seeing movies on the big screen believes to be true: “Simultaneous release does not work for anyone. A steady flow of strong movies released with exclusive windows is essential to exhibition’s recovery, and to the profitability of the entire movie ecosystem.”
Cinionic and Cinemark today launched a campaign to educate movie audiences about laser projection as part of the renewed and exclusive 10-year partnership to upgrade all of Cinemark’s 6,000 screens worldwide. Most recently, Cinemark and Cinionic upgraded 24 locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to all-laser multiplexes.
It can be difficult to remember just how upbeat people were that first week in April of 2019, the last time the motion picture industry gathered for a CinemaCon. The domestic box office numbers for 2018 had been incredible. Led by the mega-hit Black Panther, a total of 35 films topped the $100 million mark that year and a 36th, Christopher Robin, fell just short. The box office numbers in 2019 were equally strong; 2020 was off to a strong start as well, and then the COVID-19 virus changed everything. Now, after almost two and a half years, the annual convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners, is set to begin in Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas.
GDC will feature its award-winning Espedo Supra-5000 RGB Plus Laser Phosphor Cinema Projector at CinemaCon 2021, which is being held August 23-26 at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company will have a mini-theatre in Milano Ballroom III, located on the Promenade level.
At CinemaCon 2021, which takes place at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada August 23-26, Savantis will be showcasing Intelligent Entertainment Suite, their industry-specific system built on SAP, which the company says offers enhanced movie-going experience and operational efficiencies.
Severtson Screens will feature its enhanced SēVision 3D GX-WA projection screen coating at CinemaCon 2021 August 23-26 at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas.
Severtson Screens will feature its SAT-4K cinema projection screen line during CinemaCon 2021, which is being held August 23-26 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada.
CinemaCon 2021, originally scheduled for April 26-29 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, has been rescheduled for August 23-26 it was announced today by CinemaCon managing director Mitch Neuhauser. Ongoing international travel restrictions and limits on large gatherings caused by the COVID-19 pandemic prompted the decision.
John Fithian, president and CEO of the National Association of Theatre Owners and Mitch Neuhauser, managing director of the trade show CinemaCon issued a joint memo to the industry today to announce that, “It is with great regret we are announcing the cancellation of CinemaCon 2020.”