LucidLink, a maker of cloud file storage for remote collaboration, announced today that it has teamed up with the Motion Picture Associaition’s Trusted Partner Network to establish what the company says is safer, more secure content creation workflows for hybrid and remote teams worldwide.
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The Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition and KenCast, developer of a leading digital cinema content delivery system, have entered into a new long-term agreement to distribute across the U.S.
Impossible Objects, a Los Angeles-based creative studio is working to define the future of film and entertainment by embracing real-time technology to blend the physical and digital worlds. The company has established key relationships and partnerships across film, gaming, and technology, and has built innovative projects and workflows with a growing list of clients including Blizzard, Google Play, Western Digital, Honda, and Toyota.
SMPTE Hollywood will host a virtual meeting January 25 focused on the emerging IP video standard Network Device Interface.
Talk to Doreen Sayegh for any length of time about why she decided to renovate and reopen the Cranford Theatre in Cranford, New Jersey, and the word magic is sure to pop up. In most cases, she’s referring to the magic of the cinema experience. But she says the one thing she loves above all is, “The looks on children’s faces when the lights dim and the picture hits the big screen; it’s magical.” It’s one of the many reasons she truly enjoys what she does for a living.
Strong/MDI Screen Systems in partnership with Ecco Cine Supply and Service, announced today that Strong/MDI’s new HGA ReAct screen will be showcased at the 2023 Munich Film Week to be held January 24-27. The two companies will team up to bring the new HGA ReAct screen to the Kinopolis Mathäser Big Theatre.
Moving Image Technologies today named William Greene as interim chief financial officer, effective immediately.
Mog Technologies has released its new product line for media professionals. The company says this new collection of tools and software will help media creators and distributors bring their visions to life and share them with unparalleled speed and precision.
As has been widely reported, Regal Cinemas, the second-largest chain of movie theatres in the U.S., will close 39 locations after its parent company Cineworld filed for bankruptcy in September, according to legal filings.
Everyman and partner Jaguar recently presented a special immersive event and screening of the film Babylon at the four-screen Everyman Crystal Palace. The venue was transformed into a dazzling cinematic experience, transporting 300 guests to the hedonistic world of Hollywood in the 1920s.