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520 Brickell Key Drive Office Suite 305
Miami FL, 33131
Bardan Cinema has been a leader in cinema equipment sales in Latin America and the Caribbean for over 35 years. Bardan has a well-established reputation and broad customer base, ranging from independent boutique theaters to large multiplexes; providing total solutions and services to cinema exhibitors ranging from cinema design, equipment sales, installation, monitoring and LMS/TMS integration. Bardan Cinema has a Global Network Operations Center in Miami, Florida (D-Cinema NOC).
A pioneer in digital movie theater equipment, Bardan Cinema has been responsible for much of the digitalization of the Latin American and Caribbean cinema industries. Bolstered by premiere partnerships with many industry leaders, Bardan Cinema has helped clients from Mexico City to Patagonia transition into the digital age; whether through theater design or strategic advice, technical solutions or warranty support, Bardan is devoted to the success of every exhibitor it serves. Our expert team of service representatives and technicians are available to fulfill your needs. Bardan Cinema continues to proudly uphold the highest standards of service and innovation in the movie theater industry. Our new Network Operations Center offers a comprehensive 24/7 monitoring and remote support platform, assuring exhibitors optimum equipment health and minimum downtime. We have programs available for VPF and non-VPF customers
Recent Bardan Cinema News
Oct 23, 2013
Arts Alliance Media Expands Digital Cinema Footprint in Colombia with Royal Films Deal
Digital cinema company Arts Alliance Media (AAM) is continuing its digital cinema expansion in Latin America with a VPF deal with prominent Colombian exhibitor Royal Films. The deal will see AAM, in conjunction with Latin American VPF partner Quanta-DGT, converting 136 of Royal Films’ screens to digital, and equipping each screen with TMS (Theatre Management System) software, known as Screenwriter.
Oct 22, 2013
Arts Alliance Media Announces First Major VPF Deal in Latin America with Cineplanet
Following the announcement in 2012 that Arts Alliance Media (AAM) had agreed VPF deals for Latin America with major US distributors, the company has become the first to announce a major Latin American VPF deal, with Peru’s leading chain Cineplanet agreeing to rollout digital to over 200 screens across Peru and Chile under AAM’s VPF program in association with Latin American integrator Quanta-DGT.
Oct 21, 2013
Royal Films Selects Barco and Bardan to Complete Digital Cinema Deployments Throughout Colombia
Barco, a global leader in digital cinema technology, is working closely with digital cinema integrator Bardan Cinema to deploy 133 DLP Cinema® projectors, converting 62 existing screens and installing 17 new auditoriums by Q1 2014, in addition to 54 projectors already deployed to date.
Oct 7, 2013
Cineplanet and Bardan to Deploy Doremi IMS1000 Integrated Media Servers and IMBs Across 191 Theaters in Peru and Chile
Doremi Labs, the market leader in digital cinema server technologies announced today that its premier integrated media server (IMS1000), integrated media block (IMB) and Live Event Player (LE100) have been selected by Cineplanet Peru and Chile to deliver maximum experience to their customers as they continue to expand across South America.
Apr 18, 2013
Cineplanet Selects Barco and Bardan to Outfit Current and Future Cinemas with Barco Projectors
Barco, a global leader in digital cinema technology, in collaboration with Bardan Cinema, a full service distributor and digital cinema integrator serving Latin America, is helping Cineplex S.A./Cineplanet to elevate the quality of cinema entertainment in Peru and Chile with new ultra-bright DLP Cinema projectors.
Nov 5, 2012
DGT Servicos De Monitoramento Ltda. Announces the Signing of Separate Digital Cinema Deployment Agreements Covering Latin America
DGT Servicos de Monitoramento LTDA (DGT Brazil) announces the signing of separate non-exclusive digital cinema deployment agreements with each of six major motion picture studios to assist exhibitors in the Latin American region to convert their cinemas to digital: Walt Disney Motion Pictures International and The Walt Disney Company (Brazil) LTDA (“Disney”), Twentieth Century Fox International Corporation (“Fox”), Paramount Pictures Brasil Distribuidora de Filmes, Ltda (“Paramount”), Warner Bros. Pictures International (“Warner”), Sony Pictures Releasing International Corporation (“Sony Pictures”), and Universal Pictures (“Universal”).
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