Distribution & Exhibition

July 27 Means Mission and Moviebill

Wed, 07/18/2018 - 16:18 -- Nick Dager

On July 27 Tom Cruise returns for the sixth time as agent Ethan Hunt when Mission Impossible: Fallout opens in theatres around the country. And on that same opening weekend, patrons of Regal Cinemas will receive their free copies of the third installment of Moviebill, the marketing brainchild of Concourse Media principals Andrew Felts and Matthew Shreder.

CinemaNext Opens New Facilitites

Thu, 07/12/2018 - 08:40 -- Nick Dager

CinemaNext has opened new facilities in Liège-Barchon, Paris-Asnières-sur-Seine and Düsseldorf. The result is an optimized, cost-effective and fully secured supply chain organization to support the sustainable organic growth of CinemaNext and its subsidiaries across Europe, North America, Africa, Middle East and Central Asia.

SMPTE’s Hollywood Section Hosts Career Day

Wed, 07/11/2018 - 11:24 -- Nick Dager

The Hollywood Section of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers recently hosted students from colleges and universities across Southern California for Career Day, a day-long event focused on technology-oriented employment opportunities in the media and entertainment industry. The event included speeches, roundtables, and panel discussions from industry leaders on subjects ranging from job-seeking strategies to emerging technologies employed in cinema, broadcast, and virtual reality production.

EDCF Selects New Board Members

Wed, 07/11/2018 - 11:19 -- Nick Dager

In its recent elections, the European Digital Cinema Forum selected several new board members, covering a wide range of the cinema business across many European countries. This breadth is good for the EDCF and is important for the group so that it can continue to take into account all members’ interests and provide real value to the industry as a whole

A Devotion to Showmanship

Tue, 07/10/2018 - 11:03 -- Nick Dager

With a passion for movies that he’s had for as long as he can remember Mark Louis, director of presentation for Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas, started working in the theatre industry almost 40 years ago. When watching movies, he realized early on that the slightest imperfection in the presentation was a distraction. Even unavoidable distractions like on-screen cue marks on 35mm film prints would grab his attention. He says he found himself wondering why imperfections like those marks were present and could they be avoided. That frustration with a less than perfect presentation and a fascination with how movie magic actually worked is what lured him to the technical side of the business where he remains to this day. I recently spoke with Louis about his career in exhibition and his role at Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas.

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