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Copenhagen—Aug 12, 2004

Nordisk Film Cinemas Implementing EVS Servers and Barco DLP-Cinema Projectors in 3 Screens in Denmark.

ordisk Film Cinemas will be the first in Denmark to screen a feature film in digital with the opening of Twentieth Century Fox’s “I, Robot” on August 20th in the Imperial in Copenhagen. By equipping two screens in Copenhagen and one screen in Aarhus, the second largest town in Denmark, Nordisk  is taking the first step into the future where digital screening are prevailing.  These first steps towards the digital era are a part of Nordisk's ongoing efforts to provide the optimal cinema experience to the Danish audience.

In Copenhagen the 1102 seat single screener Imperial is equipped with a Barco DP-100 2K DLP-Cinema projector.

The 17-plex The Palads is equipped with a Barco DP-30 DLP Cinema projector in the second largest auditorium

In Aarhus the 9-plex BioCity auditorium 1 will be equipped with a Barco DP-100 projector.

All three screens will be powered by EVS Cinestar Sole servers.   Both Barco and EVS have shown great skills and flexibility in accommodating Nordisk Film Cinemas in our demands, including delivering and installing according to a very tight schedule.

September 3rd all three cinemas will be showing Dreamworks “Shrek 2” in both a Danish dubbed version and an original version with Danish subtitles, followed by Buena Vistas “The Village” later the same month.

Both Fox and UIP (Dreamworks and Buena Vista) have been very forthcoming and supportive in efforts to get digital copies for Nordisk's new digital screens.
About Nordisk Film Cinemas: Nordisk Film is part of the Egmont Group and is the leading Nordic developer, producer and distributor of cinema content within movies and video games.  Nordisk Film holds the Nordic distribution rights to Sony PlayStation and owns movie theaters in Denmark and Norway.  The company also supplies production and post-production facilities to a number of Scandinavian film companies.  The company employs a staff of 1,400 in the Nordic region.

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