Ciné Entreprise in Quebec goes All Digital

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Mon, 06/13/2011 - 20:00 -- Nick Dager

Les Cinémas Ciné Entreprise in Montreal Quebec has purchased 24 new Christie CP2000 Series projectors. They will be installed over the next year making the chain one of the first in Quebec to go 100 percent digital. The company is the first independent exhibitor in Canada to purchase the Christie 4K projection solution.

 With more than 50 screens in Quebec Ciné Entreprise is one of the province’s oldest chains. It specializes in presenting original French-language productions from both Quebec and international studios. 
“The Quebec market is one of the richest in North America in terms of original content much of it locally produced ” says John Hallman senior manager regional sales Canada. “It also has a very high rate of conversion to digital and with our leading-edge technology and reliability Christie is the ideal supplier for helping Ciné Entreprise make the transition.” 
 Says Raffaele Papalia president of Ciné Entreprise “We have built our business by giving our customers the best entertainment viewing experience available especially through innovation in film and sound quality. Christie is helping us move our business into the digital age.” 
 Ciné Entreprise was a pioneer in offering advertising and promotional support to its member cinemas and Christie’s projectors will offer the technical capabilities needed to provide even more options such as on-screen advertising. 
 Christie Digital Systems