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Barcelona—Apr 26, 2012

75 Screens from ACEC Cines Sign Spanish Digital Deal with Arts Alliance Media

In a further step forward for digital cinema in Spain, Arts Alliance Media (AAM) has announced a deal with 75 screens from the group of independent exhibitors ACEC Cines (Area Catalana de Exhibición Cinematográfica).  More screens from the group may be added to this agreement to accelerate the digital transition in Spain. 

The rollout will be financed, subject to final bank approval, via the recently announced Barco Leasing Program. This fund is offered by Arts Alliance Media and digital cinema technology leader Barco; It is supported by ING Lease Belgium and offers digital cinema financing packages to exhibitors of all sizes.
The ACEC sites which signed up to the rollout will be fully converted to 100% DCI-compliant digital cinema with Barco projectors and Doremi Showvault IMB servers, including HFR technology (High Frame Rate). The conversion and installation will be done in association with local integrator Kelonik. All theatres will be connected to a dedicated Network Operations Centre at Kelonik to get remote support and first level maintenance, and will also be connected to AAM’s dedicated Network Operations Centre in London to benefit from 2nd and 3rd level remote support. Each cinema will be equipped with AAM’s Theatre Management System (TMS)—a smart customised software system widely deployed around the world for running digital complexes efficiently and easily. 
Jaime Tarrazón of ACEC said “Signing this deal with AAM is an exciting development for the sites involved as they can begin to realize the benefits of digital and the ease of managing content that comes with AAM’s TMS. As more and more content becomes digital it’s good to know we are working with digital experts and can pass on that expertise to all our sites to make their conversion as easy as possible.” 
Guillaume Thomine-Desmazures of Arts Alliance Media added “Being able to offer the Barco Leasing Program to ACEC sites demonstrates how the digital rollout is not just for big chains but is equally accessible for smaller exhibitors. We look forward to being able to bring digital to more cinemas across Europe for years to come as a result of this program.” 
The first cinemas to be installed are Filmax Gran Vía (Hospitalet de Llobregat),  Bages Centre (Manresa), and Megacines (Badalona). Arts Alliance Media already has a strong foothold in Spain, with the conversion of the 420 screens of Yelmo Cines already completed.
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For more information, please contact:
Arts Alliance Media
Guillaume Thomine Desmazures / +34 671 679 481
Libe García Barbarin / +34 681 324 940

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 +44 (0)20 7751 7543 

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About Arts Alliance Media: Arts Alliance Media (AAM) is the global leader in digital cinema software and services. We offer a wide range of solutions to exhibitors which enable them to reduce costs, increase efficiency, and improve the cinematic experience for their customers. Our software touches over 40,000 digital screens globally, while AAM’s network operations centre (NOC) supports several thousand screens. AAM’s latest offering is Thunderstorm- a unique online marketplace for cinema where exhibitors can browse the latest technologies to enable them to increase revenues and improve customer interaction. Arts Alliance Media Directory page Arts Alliance Media Web Site
About ACEC Cine SA:

ACEC Cine is the fourth group of Exhibitors in Spain in terms of box office numbers, with more than 6 million tickets sold a year, 29 complex spread in 25 different areas.

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