Cuba Has 300 Cinemas – But Only Two Are Digital

With Latin America and the Carribean belatedly converting to digital cinema, Cube looks set to be the last country in the region to make the transition. Despite the recent thawing of relations between the communist island and the US, the…

CinemaCon: David Hancock Delivers Digital Cinema Update

The very first CinemaCon was held in 2011 with the worldwide conversion to digital projection at movie theatres already underway. Maybe that’s why David Hancock of IHS Technology has been a regular speaker on the first day of the event…

Ymagis FY’14 Results Reflect European Cinema Market

The pan-European cinema integrator and service provider has released financial results for the fiscal year 2014. While the company merged with Belgian-based digital cinema operator dcinex in October, the results are for Ymagis’ operation alone, with the joint results published…

EDCF Guide Highlights Film Festivals’ Digital Nightmares

The European Digital Cinema Forum (EDCF) has just published ‘The EDCF Guide for Film Festivals in the Digital Age.’ The free guide, available to download on the EDCF website (PDF link) was created based on feedback from professionals responsible for…

Daily Cinema Digest – Thursday 4 September

IBC is less than a week away and the IBC Big Screen Experience (free for all attendees!) will hear an urgent appeal for digital cinema manufacturers, exhibitors and others to resolve the vexing issue of software upgrades. John Hurst, co-founder…

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