The Polish technology company PayEye is celebrating one year of market presence and to mark the occasion has added Nowe Horyzonty Cinema in Wroclaw as a partner. It becomes the first cinema in the world with an innovative iris payment system. Until recently, only in films and in the visions of technology enthusiasts was it possible to pay with the ey
Saudi Arabia’s homegrown theatre circuit, Muvi Cinemas, has selected Cinionic Giant Screen laser projectors to power more than 25 premium Xperience auditoriums throughout the Kingdom. The first Xperience powered by CGS locations, Al Ahsa Mall, Aziz Mall, and Nakheel Mall are open now, with further sites coming soon.
Unilumin has become China's first DCI-certified LED display enterprise and gained full access to the opportunities of the cinema LED display market. The company’s cinema screen recently passed the tests of the Research Institute of DMC, Keio University, a DCI authorized agency, and officially became a DCI-certified product.
Film technology company Numero today announced the launch of its theatrical box office service into major European markets. The company currently has successful box office collection, aggregation and analytical services in 22 international territories across six continents and has now launched its service in Spain, France and the United Kingdom, with Germany to follow in the coming months.
The 21st annual Golden Trailer Awards ceremony will be live streamed from the Niswonger Performing Arts Center in Greenville, Tennessee on July 22. It is an unconventional ceremony that honors excellence in movie marketing, and this year is dedicated in appreciation of all the medical professionals, first responders and frontline workers who kept the country functioning throughout the COVID-19 economic shutdown. The ceremony will be live streamed for industry and film fans alike.
According to the latest analysis from the British research firm Gower Street, and based on operating site data from its partners at Comscore Movies, 80.2 percent of global cinemas were in operation for the June 11 weekend, one dominated at the box office by the horror sequels The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It ($33.7 million) and A Quiet Place, Part ll ($28 million).
Cine Colombia, the largest exhibitor in Colombia, with 339 screens across 46 locations, has named Cinionic as exclusive provider of all its cinema visualization technology. The arrangement also includes access to Cinionic’s laser light upgrades and an extended warranty for the circuit’s entire fleet.
Warner Bros.’ highly anticipated summer release In the Heights is available nationwide in Spanish on the TheaterEars app – the app that empowers moviegoers to enjoy a film at the movie theatre in Spanish using just their smartphone and earbuds.
Supercines, Ecuador’s largest cinema chain, has opened a 16-screen multiplex in the city of Guayaquil. Located in the Riocentro Ceibos shopping mall, the new Supercines Ceibos, can seat 3,034 spectators, making it the biggest in the country.
National CineMedia announced today that president Clifford E. Marks is retiring as of July 1. He will continue working with NCM on major new initiatives, corporate development, and affiliate partnerships as a consultant in a multi-year agreement through his new strategic media and marketing company, CMarksCo, LLC.