Systems integrator and cinema software provider CES+ has renovated and updated the historic Totah Theatre in Farmington, New Mexico with the latest in cinema technology and services.
Arts Alliance Media has extended its software partnership with the San Sebastián International Film Festival and local systems integrator Kelonik, enabling AAM’s Producer and Screenwriter cinema systems to efficiently manage all the festival’s content and scheduling.
Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas today announced an exclusive three-year purchase agreement with Moving Image Technologies for Barco SP4k laser projectors for both new theatres and existing technology upgrades.
In operation since 2000, Phoenix Theatres installed Christie projectors in its 50th screen at the new Woodland Mall in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Integrator Integrity Entertainment Systems managed the installation. Phoenix Theatres now has six locations, each reflecting the unique character of its community.
CinemaNext has signed a service agreement with leading Scandinavian cinema chain Nordisk Film Cinemas to oversee remote technical support services for Nordisk’s entire network of 47 locations across Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, representing a total of 258 screens.
CinemaNext and Omniplex Cinema Group, Ireland’s largest cinema circuit, today announced the signing of an agreement for the sale and roll out of RGB+ Laser-light source upgrades from Cinionic and light engine cleaning for Barco Series 2 projectors in 51 Omniplex auditoriums.
CES+ has retrofitted two Georgia-based Marcus Theatres auditoriums with complete Dolby Atmos systems. The theatres are in Horizon Village Cinema in Suwanee, and Roswell Cinema, in Roswell.
Cineplanet has opened its newest cinema in the Mall Aventura in Chiclayo, Peru. For the eight-screen cineplex, Bardan supervised the installation of Barco DP2K-10SLP and DP2K-15CLP laser projectors, Dolby IMS3000 servers, 3D DepthQ and Severtson Screens.
Velocity has expanded its exhibitor network as part of its agreement with Screenvision Media to install as many as 1,000 individual theatres with up to 4,000 digital displays. The displays will promote exhibitor offerings and upcoming movies, national, local, and regional advertising, and be connected to the leading programmatic advertising exchanges.
GDC Technology Limited announced today that it has won a solicited proposal to be Caribbean Cinemas’ exclusive provider of digital cinema servers for the next four years. Caribbean Cinemas owns and operates 583 screens in the Caribbean Islands, Central and South America.