Nite Owl Theatre has created a laser projection drive-in cinema experience in the heart of Miami, Florida. Featuring a 53-foot screen, the Knight Foundation-backed theatre can accommodate between 65-70 cars per screening. This enables Miami area movie lovers to reconnect with the big screen from the safety of their car and ensures theater guests will enjoy enhanced visual experiences, with brighter higher quality images, while maintaining social distance in the new venue.
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MediaMation recently installed a 60-seat MX4D Motion EFX Theatre in Perpignan, France to add a new experience to Cinemovida's facilities.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors will honor Academy Award-winner George Miller with its annual Filmmaker Award. Miller is being honored for a career noteworthy for its incredibly broad scope and consistent excellence. The Australian writer, director and producer is responsible for some of the most successful and beloved films of recent decades including Mad Max, Mad Max 2: Road Warrior, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome and Mad Max: Fury Road.
Much has been written, broadcast, and talked about regarding the fate of cinemas throughout 2020. As the CEO of a global cinema technology company, I stand at the crossroads of talking with exhibitors, technologists, leaders, and creatives across geographies. This mosaic of viewpoints provides a unique perspective into our industry-specific challenges, opportunities, and possibilities for the road ahead. When you start to connect the dots in our industry, three drivers have significant potential to shape cinema in 2021.
Cinema advertising network National CineMedia and Ziosk, a leading restaurant technology platform for guest engagement, are reimagining entertainment at the table with a new digital out-of-home relationship. The new NCM/DOOH group, which was created to further unite brands with audiences beyond theatres in a variety of complementary venues, will sell Ziosk media inventory alongside NCM’s Noovie entertainment content and trivia programming on Ziosk’s national restaurant entertainment and media network
In collaboration with the Manufacturing Enterprise Solutions Association, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers is bringing the media industry's first human- and machine-readable Language Metadata Table into its public review process, an early step toward SMPTE standardization. Published as a SMPTE Public Committee Draft, the vetted and approved list of language codes will be readily available for public comment, implementation, and validation.
Flicks, a company of Vista Group International and leading New Zealand video on demand platform Neon, today announced a renewed 12-month partnership. The partnership is a content driven solution which utilizes Flicks’ writing talent and position in the market to promote Neon’s range of top-drawer TV series in a natural and appealing way.
The Göteborg Film Festival's 8th Nostradamus Report, Transforming Storytelling Together, was presented at the festival's annual Nostradamus seminar. The annual report looks into the future of the screen industries three to five years from now through research and interviews with industry experts. The 2021 report expects the industry to go through an extensive reality check moving from streaming to reality warfare, and from pandemic to green issues.
In an event that boasts more than 25 years of industry-changing thought leadership, the unique circumstances of 2021 promise to make this year’s Hollywood Professional Association’s Tech Retreat the most consequential in its history. From March 15-24, in live and recorded content, accessible to a world-wide audience, HPA will present panels, events, and demonstrations that will help our industry share, teach and connect at this most critical time.
Costa Rican cinema chain CCM Cinemas has opened the country’s first movie theatre equipped with an RGB pure laser projector. The cinema, located at Plaza Occidente multiplex in San Ramón, the country’s second largest city, has installed a Christie CP2315-RGB projector, as well as Christie Vive Audio speakers and Dolby Atmos sound. The installation was carried out by the systems integrating company Vidicom