Strong/MDI Screen Systems has appointed Dennis Pacelli national cinema sales manager for the United States, effective immediately. Pacelli brings decades of experience in global sales and business development to his new role where he will lead sales initiatives and drive new client acquisitions in the region. He will also provide strategic insight to guide business growth.
Severtson will feature options for its folded SeVision 3D GX line of cinema projection screens during the 2021 MENA Cinema Forum, held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates from October 26-28. Severtson Screens has also been named a Strategic Cinema Screens Partner for the show.
Severtson Screens has introduced a cinema screen price estimator for its dealer base. The tool is available via Severtson Screens’ website as well as a mobile app for Apple iOS and Android Smartphones.
Severtson Screens, in conjunction with CES+, has provided 11 SeVision 3D GX-WA standard perforation screens for Ecuador’s new Multicines Mall del Rio Guayaquil.
Earlier this year, the Multicines Mall del Rio Guayaquil in Guayaquil, Ecuador became the only cinema project to be started and developed in Latin America during the COVID-19 pandemic. The theatre has 11 auditoriums, including a 4D Emotion + 3D screen and a premium large format screen called MCX – Multicines Xtreme. CES+ was the integrator on the project.
Severtson Screens will feature its enhanced SēVision 3D GX-WA projection screen coating at CinemaCon 2021 August 23-26 at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas.
In yet another sign that the motion picture business is emerging from the worst of the pandemic, over the weekend, the Walt Disney Company Marvel Studios action film Black Widow was released in the ScreenX format. ScreenX, from CJ4DPlex, is the world's premiere multi-projection system that provides a 270-degree panoramic film viewing experience.
Severtson Screens will feature its SAT-4K cinema projection screen line during CinemaCon 2021, which is being held August 23-26 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Severtson Screens is celebrating its 35th anniversary. “Severtson Corporation started in 1986, literally in our parents’ house,” explained Toby Severtson, president & CEO. “The company’s first job was with Arizona’s own Williams Air Force Base in response to the U.S. Air Force’s need to find both a quality optical coating and a uniform application process for the interior of their domed flight simulators.”
Tokyo Theatres Company’s Theatre Shinjuku recently installed a 14-foot by 30.5-foot Severtson SAT-4K projection screen as part of an overall audio and video revitalization of the famed Tokyo cinema.