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.
Italy’s historic Istituto Luce–Cinecittà has selected WCPMedia Services to manage its massive catalog of Italian feature films and documentaries. The state-owned film producer, distributor and archive will use WCPMedia’s cloud-based platform to market, sell and distribute films to buyers worldwide.
Digital distribution company Alchimie is extending its partnership with Unified Streaming. Alchimie, headquartered just outside Paris, advises rights owners who are dealing with companies such as Google, Amazon, Apple, Samsung, and Orange to name a few. Unified Streaming has worked with Alchimie since 2015. By installing their web-server plug-in Unified Origin, Alchimie says it has been able to offer stable, scalable live and on-demand streaming to all its partners, who, in turn, can unfailingly satisfy their customers as the final users
The Modern Cinema Group has opened a London office for its new media exchange now named the MOCI Media Exchange. With the help of the finance team working for the Dubai-based Pride Group, London was selected as an ideal location for the new media exchange due to its favorable geographical location as well as its long history of hosting successful international exchanges.
MoviePass today announced MoviePass Ventures, a wholly owned subsidiary founded to co-acquire films with film distributors. The announcement was made at The Sundance Film Festival during MoviePass’ content series Off-Script: The Future of Film to a room of filmmakers, producers, directors, investors, distributors, and other industry executives.
Éclair and German independent film distributors organization AG Verleih have concluded a three-year agreement for the electronic theatrical delivery of feature films and promotional materials to cinema exhibitors across Germany.
The Indian film entertainment company Eros International announced today that Eros Now, its digital over-the-top South Asian entertainment platform has reached 80 million registered users and five million paying subscribers worldwide. This represents growth of more than 150 percent since the end of 2016.
Deluxe Entertainment Services Group today announced that it has appointed two senior executives to the London-based leadership team to align digital cinema, delivery and localization: Andrew Bell joins Deluxe as senior vice president, operations and technology, EMEA. George Eyles has been promoted to senior vice president, commercial and business development, worldwide. Both Bell and Eyles will report to Walter Schonfeld, worldwide president of Deluxe Distribution.
Powster has launched the official movie platform for Unrest to support the filmmaking team, promote the movie and increase ticket sales.
Éclair has announced an exclusive partnership with Sydney-based Shooting Star Company Group to deploy ÉclairPlay among cinema exhibitors in SSCG’s DStar Cinema network in Australia and New Zealand