In an open letter to Liquid Media Group shareholders, CEO Joshua Jackson expressed confidence in the future of cinema. “Over the last eight months, we have been meticulously striving to shore up partnerships and acquisitions to provide our clients with infrastructure, services, research, and resources that will position Liquid Media Group as a leader in the independent content creation universe, and unique in its scope of offerings unlike any other provider in our space,” Jackson said
Digital Cinema United has entered into a multi-year service agreement with Screenvision Media to manage the distribution of advertising content at select Screenvision Media exhibitor partner theatres.
Sharp/NEC Display Solutions Europe will be supporting the jubilee edition of the San Sebastián International Film Festival September 16-24. As in previous years, Sharp/NEC will be collaborating with systems integrator Kelonik to install NEC laser projectors.
Pixelworks, the developer of the award-winning TrueCut Motion platform, announced that it is working with James Cameron’s Lightstorm Entertainment on multiple motion picture titles, including Avatar and Titanic.
Cinema Verde, on a mission to tackle climate anxiety, and to foster exchange and environmental action is now making its award-winning films available on its own streaming platform. The 13-year-old non-profit educational organization. The subscription revenue of the channel is paid out fully to the independent environmental filmmakers.
The film content delivery company Gofilex has announced that it is now formally open for business in the Asia-Pacific region. Starting today, the expansion will see Gofilex’s services extend to Australia and New Zealand. The new office is being managed by a newly formed team.
A new Spanish streaming concept called acontra+, which combines movie streaming and cinema ticket sales in a single subscription, has launched on the Magine Pro platform. The service is run by the independent Spanish distributor A Contracorriente Films with a wide catalogue of national and international feature films of all genres, classics and contemporary films and is made available through Magine Pro's multi-platform service.
Digital Cinema United today announced the continued expansion of the company’s DCU Connect network to support the theatrical industry's transition to electronic delivery.
MetaMedia and the Broadcast Management Group have announced what the companies say is the first end-to-end solution for the production and distribution of live and interactive entertainment and marketing events to cinemas and other out-of-home venues.
The Chinese online entertainment service iQIYI has announced that it is upgrading its collaboration model for online film distribution. The new model includes two distribution models, Cloud Cinema Premiere and Subscription Premiere.