Kino Lorber has made a multi-year strategic alliance with film distributor Zeitgeist Films, founded and run by industry leaders Nancy Gerstman and Emily Russo. Going forward, Kino Lorber and Zeitgeist Films will co-acquire four to five theatrical titles per year to be marketed and released by Zeitgeist Films, which will continue to be operated and controlled by co-presidents Gerstman and Russo.
Éclair today announced the signing of a framework agreement with Gaumont for the restoration of more than 100 feature films. The contract will cover a three-year period and calls 25 to 40 films to be restored annually.
National Geographic's slate of documentary films, both 3D and 2D, will soon be available on Ymagis Group’s CineConductor including U23D, which is timed to coincide with U2's 33-city Joshua Tree Tour.
The Strand Theatre has been entertaining audiences in Rockland, Maine since 1923. Listed on the National Historic Register, the multi-use theatre has evolved over time to host folk, rock, blues, jazz and classical music performances, as well as films, comedy, live theatre and special events. To provide superior sound reinforcement for its diverse programming, the Strand Theatre upgraded their system with Fulcrum Acoustic full-range coaxial horn systems.
Éclair, Ymagis Group’s content services business unit, today announced a strategic alliance with the Art House Convergence, USA’s premier non-profit association in support of independent film exhibition and distribution. This new alliance was sealed during AHC’s 10th Anniversary Conference held just prior to the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
Targeted at premium art house theatres, Screenvision Media’s new network Screenvision Select launched in theaters this past fall within the top domestic markets across the country.
Alamo Drafthouse opens its 25th, and first New York, location today and to introduce New York City audiences to its strict no talking, no texting policy the company has enlisted the help of some of New York’s funniest people to star in a new series of three in-theater public service announcements exclusively for Alamo Downtown Brooklyn.
With the opening of Alamo Drafthouse Downtown Brooklyn October 28, also comes the opening of Brooklyn’s newest, most curious full service bar: House of Wax. While the stand-alone bar is housed in the Alamo Drafthouse cinema, and will be without a doubt the best spot for movie pre-gaming and post-mortems, House of Wax is a destination and experience all its own. Combining mixology, music and the macabre, House of Wax takes its name from two sources of inspiration close to the Alamo Drafthouse’s heart: Vincent Price’s 1950s 3D thriller and the brand’s vinyl record labels, Mondo and Death Waltz Records.
Alamo Drafthouse Downtown Brooklyn will be offering a few lucky prizewinners free movie passes for an entire year. The sweepstakes begins on June 21 and closes August 5. Winners will be announced throughout the sweepstakes period.
As Alamo Drafthouse moves closer to the opening of its Downtown Brooklyn theater, the company is pleased to announce the addition of Mike Sampson to its New York City team as senior marketing and promotions manager. Along with New York creative manager & programmer Cristina Cacioppo, Sampson will be a key member of the team guiding and executing the creative vision for Downtown Brooklyn, as well as future NYC venues.