Many cinema industry insiders are familiar with Ballantyne Strong and its diversified business offerings. The company has been helping movie theatre owners entertain their valued filmgoing guests for the past 85 years and it has a rich and interesting history, which closely parallels the growth...
Although the theatrical exhibition industry is in the midst of a challenging mid-year box-office slump in terms of annual revenue against all-time record receipts in 2016 (in the U.S.), one part of the business that continues in bull market trend is the global luxury seating sector, which shows...
Film JournalInternational recently spoke with senior executives from leading companies at the forefront of helping drive worldwide adoption of laser projection and further enhancing the quality of images we are (and will be) seeing on the big screen today…and no doubt for years to come.
As a provider of end-to-end digital cinema technology and solutions, Qube Cinema offers a virtually seamless environment for exhibitors, filmmakers and postproduction companies with a range of DCI-compliant products.
Take a minute to put down your mobile phone, step away from your laptop and close your eyes, sit back and imagine visiting your movie theatre before the era of digital cinema changed pretty much everything.
Every year, on the weekend before the giant NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) Show and Convention kicks into high gear at the Las Vegas Convention Center and 100K+ attendees converge on Sin City, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) presents a special two-day event entitled “The Future of Cinema.”
With the heavy lifting on the exhibition industry’s collective digital projection system conversion process essentially in the rearview mirror for virtually all U.S. and most worldwide theatre owners, improving deployment of the requisite high-tech equipment that keeps cinemas up and running around the clock has become an increasingly important task across the industry.