Digital Cinema Event in UK

There’s a Digital Cinema event this Wednesday. It’s too short notice for me to go, but I’m sure it will be pretty interesting. Details follow.

Digital Cinema: it’s finally arrived!

Panel discussion | Chair: Peter Owen, IBC

Technical Interest

Venue:Brightwell Suite, Courtyard Marriott Hotel, Padworth.

3 minutes from J12 of the M4 at Reading.

Starts: 6.30 for 7.00 pm. Refreshments available from 6.30 pm and a cash bar will be open before and after the event.

Booking: there is no need to book for this event.
Digital shooting and digital screenings – the digital process is here! A mini-panel discussion brings us up to date.

Panellists: Tom Cotton – Technicolor Digital Cinema, Rich Philips – Arts Alliance Media, Jason Power – Dolby UK, Steve Shaw – Digital Praxis

Digital is coming to a Cinema near you. After many years of expectation, standards setting and product development. Digital is being rolled out funded on the one hand by lottery money via the UK Film Council and on the other by commercial solutions. This appears to be the end of Hollywood’s hesitation and opens the door to better screens and a broader range of movies.

Come and hear the future from representatives from the giants of the cinema industry, a digital filmmaker and Arts Alliance Media who are installing the UK’s first rollout of digital in 250 theatres. And from Digital Praxis, how will digital in the cinema affect the filmmaker?

For information, reports on events and news about the RTS and the Thames Valley Centre – winner of
the Tony Pilgrim Award – check out our website – http://www.rts.org.uk/thamesvalley

Posted: January 23rd, 2006
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