Wednesday September 17, 2014

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Muay Thai Madness
»POSTED on September 8, 2014
Al Caudullo’s documentary Muay Thai Madness is one of the first projects to be shot in 4K Ultra HD. The movie goes inside the Treasurers of Thailand – Mixed Martial Arts, which is the country’s centuries old national sport. Digital Cinema Report interviewed Caudullo via email about his documentary and, in particular, about his experience with 4K... //READ MORE


Rebuilding the World Trade Center premieres tonight on History Rebuilding the World Trade Center
»POSTED on September 11, 2014
On this, the thirteenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C., Rebuilding the World Trade Center, Irish artist and filmmaker Marcus Robinson’s remarkable documentary about the reconstruction of the New York City landmark, makes its U.S. premiere tonight at 6 p.m. on History.
The photo of the Leica factory is used courtesy of Jon Fauer © Film and Digital Times. Magical Glass: Part 3, CW Sonderoptic
»POSTED on September 8, 2014
Even by itself a professional motion picture lens feels magical. Each one represents the painstaking work of many dedicated people who put their hearts and souls into the creation of a precision blend of metal and other materials encasing carefully polished glass.
Barco Escape Barco Escape Debuts with The Maze Runner
»POSTED on September 8, 2014
Barco Escape, Barco’s ultra-wide, multi-screen movie format on Samsung Gear VR powered by Oculus device, will debut to the public September 19 with the release of director Wes Ball’s The Maze Runner from 20th Century Fox.
Archimedia QuSee Suite Archimedia Technology Releases QuSee Suite
»POSTED on September 8, 2014
Archimedia Technology today released Archimedia QuSee Suite, a family of tools to inspect and measure video, audio, and metadata for broadcast, post-production, A/V, mastering, and distribution.
Starmax Cinemas, Vandalia, Illinois Starmax Cinemas Fulfills the Promise
»POSTED on September 3, 2014
One of the promises of digital cinema technology was that it would enable new theatres to be built in places that had gone years without a movie house. That promise is has been fulfilled in Vandalia, Illinois where owner Rick Cripe recently opened the Starmax Cinemas and installed one of the first NEC NC1100L 2K laser projectors.
Genesis in Mile End, East London. Second Annual Event Cinema Conference to be held October 16
»POSTED on September 1, 2014
The Event Cinema Association has announced the line up for its second annual conference, taking place October 16 at the recently restored independent cinema, the Genesis in Mile End, East London. Featuring two panel discussions concerning marketing event cinema and a focus on new business models and technology, the conference also has a unique new format, a total of six break out sessions taking place over the course of the day. Sponsors of the conference include DSAT Cinema, LANsat, Rentrak, Philips, DCM and Audience Entertainment.


The American Film Institute's almanac of the year's most outstanding achievements in film and... Read More

Barco has become a founding member of the International 3D & Advanced Imaging Society. By... Read More

Cinemacenter, the largest independent national exhibitor in Argentina, has selected Doremi... Read More