Shakey Pictures, Trafalgar Releasing, and Warner Records will present the film Neil Young: Harvest Time in movie theatres worldwide December 1 with select encores on December 4. Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Young’s bestselling album Harvest, the feature is a never been seen before fan piece including footage from Northern California, London, and Nashville. The exclusive cinema event begins with a personal introduction from Young about the film and signature album.
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RosettaBridge Theatre Management System is the cinema’s operational hub, integrating with the cinema’s POS for schedule, creating ShowPlayList from templates to build shows and allowing automated pre-show integration with Everyman’s pre-show advertising provider Pearl & Dean.
Cinemark has extended its partnership with KenCast to ensure the distribution of theatrical content across South and Central America. By recommitting with KenCast, Cinemark will ensure that the latest feature films, special events, and trailers will continue to be distributed to the hundreds of cinemas Cinemark operates in fifteen countries from Guatemala to Argentina.
The British Film Institute, the UK’s leading organization for the moving image and the owner of the world’s largest film and television archive, has installed Christie Real|Laser illumination technology in its main screening room, NFT1, at its flagship venue BFI Southbank.
Flexound Augmented Audio from Finland will open in December in 10 auditoriums of United Cinemas theatre in Odaiba, Japan with Avatar: The Way of Water. The technology provides personal immersive audio and natural vibration in theatre seats. The immersive effect is overwhelming for every moviegoer, but the vibration and clarity of sound are especially welcome for people with hearing impairments.
Reel Cinemas is now offering Unique X’s Book the Cinema service to its customers across the UK. The online service that gives consumers the opportunity to book private cinema events, choosing from a huge selection of movies including the latest blockbusters and many of the greatest classics.
As the cinema business steadily recovers from all the ramifications of the pandemic, exhibitors are faced with a series of decisions to make. They must upgrade their facilities to encourage moviegoers to return; they must cut costs in the face of a challenging global economy; and they must do what they can to address climate change. For a long time now, Wim Buyens, CEO of Cinionic, the consortium consisting of Barco, ALPD, and CGS, has been making the case that installing laser projection addresses to all three concerns. Recent events suggest people are beginning to listen to Buyens. It has been a busy month for Cinionic.
With Halloween here, many people will add some fright for fun into their plans. Watching horror movies and going to a haunted house are popular traditions. However, Kansas City's Macabre Cinema flips the switch and takes thrill seekers from watching a scary movie to being the victim in this horror flick. The triggering fear that horror films evoke from their music, characters, and scare methods all come to life in this unique format of a haunted attraction.
Hoyts, the largest single-brand movie exhibitor in Australia, has commissioned D-Box haptic recliner seats in for seven additional Hoyts’ locations, to be installed by the end of 2023. This will raise the total number of Hoyts theatres equipped with D-Box technology over the last four years to 22, many of them full-fledged D-Box auditoriums.
Award-winning film marketers JP Richards and Keri Moore are joining Lionsgate, effective November 1. The new was announced by Adam Fogelson, vice chair of the Lionsgate Motion Picture Group.