Barco Projectors Chosen for Telluride Film Festival

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Mon, 09/13/2010 - 20:00 -- Nick Dager

Barco digital cinema projectors were used to screen movies debuting earlier this month at the world-renowned Telluride Film Festival in Telluride Colorado. “When we were asked to serve as the Festival's Digital Cinema Advisor our first order of business was to procure projectors with strong performance in particular for 3D from a trusted source so we naturally went with Barco ” says Adam M. Mizel interim co-CEO of Cinedigm. “We've enjoyed a successful partnership with Barco for many years prizing their dedication to not only producing technologically advanced solutions but also providing excellent service and support to exhibitors.” “The Telluride Film Festival prides itself in embracing new uncharted territory in the world of movies – discovering fresh talent and exploring new genres – as well as revisiting past treasures ” say Telluride Festival directors Julie Huntsinger Tom Luddy and Gary Meyer. “With its focus on innovation Barco is keenly-aligned with our mission to elevate the art of cinema to a higher plane continually pushing the bounds of creativity with cutting-edge technology.” “We are honored to provide the Telluride Film Festival with projectors that present the brightest clearest images on screen to dramatically showcase the creative vision of today's filmmakers ” says Todd Hoddick vice president digital cinema North America. “Our latest products are supporting a new genre of innovative content enabling world-class cinematographers to expand their horizons and achieve new paradigms in movie presentation.”