Christie Digital Systems is supporting the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles with projection and display technology and professional services. The 300,000 square foot campus of the Academy Museum is the largest institution in the United States devoted to the arts, sciences, and artists of moviemaking.
Severtson Screens has introduced a cinema screen price estimator for its dealer base. The tool is available via Severtson Screens’ website as well as a mobile app for Apple iOS and Android Smartphones.
D-Box Technologies and Ecco Cine Supply and Service are installing D-Box haptic seats and recliners, at five different locations in Germany. The installations should be completed by the end of September.
Leading Russian cinema operator Karo will open ten Karo: New Generation locations with developer ADG over the next 10 months, with the first to open on November 15. Another six locations are slated to open by the end of the year. The remaining Karo: New Generation multiplexes will open in Russian regional cities — in collaboration with other real estate partners — beginning in the second quarter of 2022, with further large-scale expansion planned through 2024.
CES+ has installed remote services and digital cinema technologies at the movie chain CineXT’s theatres in Manta and Quito, Ecuador.
Systems integrator CES+ recently worked with Cinema Lab, the new operators of The Village Cinemas at South Orange Performing Arts Center in New Jersey, to reopen the center’s five-screen movie theatre.
The Ambassador Theatres, one of the largest movie theatre chains in Taiwan, has chosen Christie technology for two multiplexes located in Taipei and Taichung.
QSC was proud to provide the audio system for the world premiere of Disney’s Jungle Cruise, held at the Fantasyland Theatre in Disneyland on July 24, 2021. A small team of dedicated QSC designers and technicians designed, built, and installed the enormous QSC audio system, helping transform the 5,000 square foot outdoor amphitheatre into a state-of-the-art theatre, setting the stage for moviegoers to travel deep into the heart of the Amazon jungle.
Moving Image Technologies has been awarded a contract from Alamo Drafthouse Cinema to provide equipment and furnishings for its Alamo theatre location in Staten Island, New York. The award follows a recently announced contract from an Alamo Drafthouse franchisee for a new theatre in Washington, D.C.
Earlier this year, the Multicines Mall del Rio Guayaquil in Guayaquil, Ecuador became the only cinema project to be started and developed in Latin America during the COVID-19 pandemic. The theatre has 11 auditoriums, including a 4D Emotion + 3D screen and a premium large format screen called MCX – Multicines Xtreme. CES+ was the integrator on the project.