GDC Technology today announced that ECCO Cine Supply and Service has formally agreed to strengthen their business relationship. As part of ECCO’s commitment to GDC, they will sell, market and service the multiple award-winning Espedeo Supra-5000 RGB Plus Laser Cinema Projector to the German theatre market and beyond.
The European cinema trade the International Union of Cinemas group, today published its annual report, examining key cinema trends across the 38 territories represented by the association during 2020.
Phil Clapp and Laura Houlgatte, president, and CEO respectively of the European cinema trade group International Union of Cinemas, today used their keynote address at CineEurope 2021 today to reflect on the resilient nature of the sector and the unique experience that only cinemas can provide.
Arts Alliance Media and the San Sebastian International Film Festival in Spain have renewed their software partnership for the seventh consecutive event, enabling AAM’s Producer and Screenwriter theatre solutions to manage all the festival’s content and scheduling for its 2021 edition. The festival is on now through September 25.
Thierry Baudry has been named general manager of Éclair Versioning and Accessibility France. Prior to joining EVA, Baudry worked at the Iyuno Media Group Paris. Before that he spent thirteen years at Mediadub International and fourteen years at Dubbing Brothers.
Goldcrest Post provided post-production services and support for three films debuting at this month’s 78th Venice International Film Festival. Among them is The Lost Daughter, a dramatic feature marking the directorial debut of Oscar-winner Maggie Gyllenhaal that is screening in the festival’s international competition.
Ncam, manufacturer of real-time camera tracking technology, has opened two new locations built to support the growing demand for smart stages and training facilities in Europe and Latin America. Located in Prague and Rio de Janeiro, the new premises add to Ncam’s existing London and Los Angeles bases.
The International Cinema Technology Association today announced the 2021-2022 winners of the ICTA EMEA Awards, celebrating technological leadership, design, and innovation in the cinema exhibition sector in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The winners will be celebrated during ICTA’s annual awards and dinner reception October 3 in Barcelona, just before the start of CineEurope. This year’s winners are:
After a year’s delay caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Omniplex Killarney in Kerry, Ireland is officially open for business. “The reopening of cinemas in Ireland is a seminal moment for cinema lovers,” said Mark Anderson, director of Omniplex Cinemas.
The selection is complete for the Virtual Reality works of the 78th Venice International Film Festival. The Venice VR Expanded will again be held online September 1-19. From September 1-11 the Venice VR Expanded Program will be available on site for accredited festival guests, at the VR Gallery in the Palazzo del Casinò (Lido di Venezia), Sala Amici, upon reservation.