Arts Alliance Media has reconfirmed its commitment to Yorck Kinogruppe, Germany’s largest network of arthouse cinemas, by enabling Screenwriter to manage all content and scheduling at the Arte Sommerkino Kulturforum, a summer open-air cinema in Berlin, Germany.
Every year, Yorck Kinogruppe transform the Kulturforum, a cultural centre of museums, libraries, and philharmonic concert halls, and one of Germany’s leading sites of art and learning, into a panoramic, open-air cinema between June and August. Showcasing a unique collection of seasonal highlights, classics, and popular movies every day, moviegoers can enjoy the big screen experience with a view of the Berlin skyline.
Offering comprehensive playlist creation, content management, and on-screen visibility from one central location, Yorck Kinogruppe have employed Screenwriter, AAM’s flagship theatre management system, to manage this summer’s daily cinema event with ease.
“The Arte Sommerkino Kulturforum has become highly revered event in Berlin, not least because of its iconic location, but because it’s a celebration of the arts, therefore utilising a reliable and versatile TMS like Screenwriter is essential to its success,” explained Arnim Donath, cinema technician at Yorck Kinogruppe.
Responsible for scheduling features, trailers, and advertisements, monitoring screens, and controlling playback for over 43,000 screens worldwide, AAM’s Screenwriter remains the most powerful, widely deployed TMS in the world. When selected for festivals and events, Screenwriter enables users to easily monitor playback and automate manual tasks for reliable, time-efficient cinema management.
Roberto Marabotto, global account director at Arts Alliance Media added, “We feel a great sense of pride in being selected to power the Arte Sommerkino Kulturforum. With Screenwriter, Yorck Kinogruppe gain access to an experienced technical team and a solution which has supported some of the world’s most distinct film festivals, giving them the platform to continue building strong connections with their audiences.”