Film Journal International (June 2016)
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Overview: Film Journal International, is a trade publication covering the motion picture industry, with special emphasis on theatrical exhibition. Articles report on U.S. and international news, with features on upcoming movies, industry trends, theatre design, equipment, concessions, digital cinema, sound, screen advertising, and other industry-related topics.
Goldstein, chief revenue oicer at AEG; Lee Zeidman, president of Staples Center, Microsoft heatre and L.A. LIVE; Rob Del Moro, Regal’s chief purchasing oicer, and Wim Buyens, chief executive oicer at Barco Entertainment. In the deal, Barco gets highly visible naming rights along with an industry showroom for all its latest cinema products and technologies under the Barco & Regal AEG’S TODD GOLDSTEIN, BARCO’S WIM BUYENS, REGAL’S ROB DEL MORO AND STAPLES CENTER’S LEE ZEIDMAN OPEN THE BARCO
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FJI reports on Atom Tickets and its groundbreaking theatrical mobile ticketing platform and app. ш Creating Extraordinary Larger cinema screens can now step up to the unrivalled image quality of Sony Digital Cinema 4K with our breakthrough, high-brightness, dual projection solution. The new SRX-R515DS system offers exceptional 30,000 lumen brightness and high 8000:1 contrast ratio. the system uses energy-efficient HPM multi-lamp array to deliver lower operating costs on any size of screen.
viewed by the public. Because of so many factors and technological innovations, the industry is changing rapidly, and it is inevitable that home viewing of irst-run movies is an idea that will eventually happen. The industry is ripe for this type of change, but it needs to be led by the studios and exhibitors. We cannot allow this to be determined by people outside the industry who do not care for the cinema business and would upset the balance achieved by exhibitors, distributors and ilmmakers.
career, he has also held positions at The Weinstein Company and Loews Theatres. Bunnell will be based in the Woodland Hills ofice as well as maintaining an ofice in Knoxville’s corporate headquarters. He joins the company on June 14. new partners join Landmark Cinemas of Canada as Atom-enabled circuits. Atom launched in select markets across the U.S. and Canada earlier this year and is projected to support over 15,000 screens across North America by the end of the year. “We believe Atom’s social