Warner Bros. Pictures announced today that Mickey 17, the next feature film from Oscar-winning writer/director/producer Bong Joon Ho (Parasite, Snowpiercer) will release in theatres around the world on March 29, 2024.
PVR Cinemas has signed a contract with Qube Wire to deliver movies, trailers, and advertisements to 876 screens at 176 sites across India.
Christian Cinema has announced the addition of Affirm Films, Affirm Originals, and other Sony Pictures catalog titles to its platform for faith and family films. Christian Cinema is integrated across seven major platforms: Apple TV, iOS, Android, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, and Fire Tablets.
Neon has named Andrew Brown president of digital distribution. The executive, who has served as senior vice president of digital strategy, marketing, and distribution for Neon since 2017, will also continue to serve as co-chairman of Decals, the home entertainment distribution company launched by Neon and Bleeker Street last year.
Mega Filem Enterprise and Qube Wire will operate a content delivery network serving all cinemas in Malaysia and Brunei. Qube Wire’s global cloud delivery platform is known for its ease of installation and operation. It provides a secure, efficient way to deliver content and keys for what the companies say is less money.
Park Circus has appointed seasoned and highly respected film and TV executive Doug Davis as CEO. He will replace Mark Hirzberger-Taylor who is stepping down to focus on new ventures.
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.
Leading distribution and post-production service company Labo has signed a long-term licensing agreement to build and operate an e-delivery network across Latin American countries based on the SHARC distribution platform.
In an open letter to Liquid Media Group shareholders, CEO Joshua Jackson expressed confidence in the future of cinema. “Over the last eight months, we have been meticulously striving to shore up partnerships and acquisitions to provide our clients with infrastructure, services, research, and resources that will position Liquid Media Group as a leader in the independent content creation universe, and unique in its scope of offerings unlike any other provider in our space,” Jackson said
Digital Cinema United has entered into a multi-year service agreement with Screenvision Media to manage the distribution of advertising content at select Screenvision Media exhibitor partner theatres.