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Australian International Movie Convention offers early-bird price

May 19, 2014

The Australian International Movie Convention (AIMC) announced that the early-bird price is still available for the Oct. 12-16 gathering at Jupiters Hotel & Casino on the Gold Coast of Australia.

The AIMC is one of the biggest cinema industry conventions in the Southern Hemisphere. Approximately 1,000 delegates from film exhibition, distribution, production and allied Trades will converge on Queensland’s Gold Coast for the event.

Major and independent studios will present the product slated for 2014/2015 release, including trailers, extended footage and movie previews, much of which will be viewed for the first time. Jupiters Theatre is converted to a digital and 3D venue for the duration of the convention.

Panels and keynote speakers include international and local leaders in their respective fields from cinema operation, film distribution, marketing and technology companies. Seminars provide an understanding of how rapid technological change is affecting the business; what other industry advances are in the pipeline; how to benefit from these threats and opportunities; and an opportunity to present a united voice that will ensure the industry will continue to prosper.

Registration for the AIMC covers all activities listed in the delegate program, from a buffet breakfast to all screenings, lunches, seminars, dinners, networking functions and an exclusive delegate bar. Book before August 30 and save over A$230 on your full registration.

To find out more about the Australian International Movie Convention, visit www.movieconvention.com.au.


Australian International Movie Convention offers early-bird price

May 19, 2014

The Australian International Movie Convention (AIMC) announced that the early-bird price is still available for the Oct. 12-16 gathering at Jupiters Hotel & Casino on the Gold Coast of Australia.

The AIMC is one of the biggest cinema industry conventions in the Southern Hemisphere. Approximately 1,000 delegates from film exhibition, distribution, production and allied Trades will converge on Queensland’s Gold Coast for the event.

Major and independent studios will present the product slated for 2014/2015 release, including trailers, extended footage and movie previews, much of which will be viewed for the first time. Jupiters Theatre is converted to a digital and 3D venue for the duration of the convention.

Panels and keynote speakers include international and local leaders in their respective fields from cinema operation, film distribution, marketing and technology companies. Seminars provide an understanding of how rapid technological change is affecting the business; what other industry advances are in the pipeline; how to benefit from these threats and opportunities; and an opportunity to present a united voice that will ensure the industry will continue to prosper.

Registration for the AIMC covers all activities listed in the delegate program, from a buffet breakfast to all screenings, lunches, seminars, dinners, networking functions and an exclusive delegate bar. Book before August 30 and save over A$230 on your full registration.

To find out more about the Australian International Movie Convention, visit www.movieconvention.com.au.

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