CineLife Entertainment, a division of Spotlight Cinema Networks, today announced that it is releasing Chicago: America’s Hidden War to theatres across the U.S. May 12 through June 15. The revealing documentary dives into Chicago’s street violence and its effect on the community, presenting viewers with a path towards change.
The event cinema company Iconic Events announced today that the company has enlisted theatrical circuits representing over 1,000 locations to the expanding network of theaters playing its programming, and that Steve Bunnell has been named chief executive officer. The announcement was made by Iconic Events executive chairman Michael Lambert. Iconic will bring audiences the super middleweight fight between Canelo Alvarez and Billy Joe Saunders on May 8 through a new partnership with DAZN and will bring the rematch of McGregor/Poirer to theaters in the just-announced UFC event on July 10.
On May 13 event cinema distributor Abramorama, in collaboration with Qobuz, is partnering with 88.5-FM radio, Southern California’s leading adult album alternative rock station to premiere the music documentary Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm with a nostalgic drive-in movie experience at the Regency 16 Theaters in Van Nuys.
The Lumineers – in collaboration with Artists Den Entertainment and CineLife Entertainment, a division of Spotlight Cinema Networks – are proud to announce the theatrical premiere of The Lumineers: Live from the Artists Den. The full-length concert film will be presented in an exclusive double feature alongside III, the motion picture companion to the two-time Grammy Award-nominated band’s landmark album, III.
MetaMedia today announced the promotion of Frank Bryant to chief operating officer. Reporting directly to MetaMedia CE Jason Brenek, Bryant will help focus the organization on the execution of operational and strategic plans and oversee functions related to the acquisition and delivery of content from studios and other suppliers, deployment and logistics, project management, marketing, legal and corporate strategy.
Fathom Events will launch the company’s first Black History Month film series, Fathom Events Celebrates Black History Month, this February in cinemas across the U.S. Moviegoers will have the opportunity to delve into the diverse lives, historic accomplishments and award-winning filmmaking of some of the most influential African American entertainers in modern history.
A new event cinema company – Art Screen Events – has been launched in Tasmania and its first presentation is the Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning musical Kinky Boots, which will be screened later this month. Katrine Elliott, founder of Art Screen Events, is thrilled to be launching this exceptional theatrical event on the big screen in her old stomping ground of Tasmania’s North West Coast. With more than 23 years of experience in the film events industry, Elliott founded Art Screen Events to pursue her dream of sourcing and curating unique films and filmed events specifically for the Tasmanian audience.
Abramorama has acquired worldwide distribution rights for veteran film and television producer, and longtime music supervisor, Jonathan McHugh’s directorial debut Long Live Rock...Celebrate the Chaos, a deep dive into the often misunderstood but beloved and dedicated culture of hard rock music.
Global theatrical distributor Abramorama will host the North American streaming premiere of the documentary film, PJ Harvey – A Dog Called Money about the recording artist on Maestro, an interactive live video streaming platform. The event is the first feature film premiere the streaming platform has hoste
Abramorama has acquired U.S. distribution rights for Jesse Dylan’s feature length documentary film Soros, from Vital Pictures. Abramorama is orchestrating a nationwide live streaming premiere with a post-screening conversation with Dylan and additional guests on November 18 on the film’s website – www.sorosfilm.com. Abramorama will release the film as a nationwide Watch Now @ Home offering starting November 20. The film had its U.S. premiere at the Telluride Film Festival.