Christie Digital Systems is supporting the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles with projection and display technology and professional services. The 300,000 square foot campus of the Academy Museum is the largest institution in the United States devoted to the arts, sciences, and artists of moviemaking.
Barco announced today that it has to date produced 100,000 digital cinema projectors. The company says the milestone is testament to the longevity and sustained heritage of innovation shared by Barco, its partners, and the exhibition community.
Sharp NEC Display Solutions Europe has been selected by the San Sebastián International Film Festival to be its digital cinema projectors partner. Working with systems integrator Kelonik NEC’s projectors will be used at the 69th edition of the event, which ends September 25.
The Q-SYS for Cinema universe from QSC is expanding once again with a new control plugin for Barco Series 1 and 2 Digital Cinema Projectors. Now, two of the leading digital cinema projector manufacturers are included in the Q-SYS Ecosystem, and we won’t stop there.
Cinionic and Indian digital cinema company Qube today announced a multi-year partnership to install 300 Laser Light Upgrade Kits to exhibitors throughout Southern Asia. The companies say the deal gives theatres across the region a fast and economical upgrade path to laser projection for Barco Series 2 projectors.
QSC has announced a Q-SYS plugin that allows users to discover and control Christie Series 2 digital cinema projectors within the QSC Ecosystem. The new plugin enables automated functionality within Q-SYS. The plugin mirrors what is displayed on the projector touch panel, including channel, power, lamp, douser, test pattern, and lens adjustments, along with key status indicators.
CinemaNext France recently equipped the Horizon auditorium at Megarama’s multiplex in the Paris suburb of Villeneuve-la-Garenne with a new 26-metre wide and 12.5-metre high screen, the largest cinema screen installed in a multiplex in France, as well as Dolby Atmos immersive sound in time for the August 26 release of Christopher Nolan's Tenet from Warner Bros.
Christie will showcase its CP4450-RGB large-format digital cinema projector specifically designed for premium large format theatres during InfoComm China 2020, which takes place at the China National Convention Center in Beijing from September 28-30.
Christie is celebrating its 20th year as the Official Digital Projection Partner of the Toronto International Film Festival, which runs through September 19. The 45th annual festival will screen 50 new films across venues adapted to the global pandemic, including a drive-in theater, an open-air cinema, and indoor venues tailored for public safety.
After 2020, Sony Digital Cinema will no longer manufacture projectors for professional movie theatres, a decision that was confirmed for Digital Cinema Report by a top Sony executive. The company will continue to honor all of the maintenance agreements it has with existing customers and will continue to sell professional digital cinema projectors through the end of the year.