Digital cinema services company Arts
Alliance Media (AAM) and German digital cinema integrator zweiB GmbH are to offer
cinema owners attending Filmfest Munich a behind-the-scenes look at AAM’s
Screenwriter Theatre Management System (TMS) in action as the software supports
the week-long festival from 28th June.
Filmfest Munich will this year be almost 100% digitally delivered,
with most screenings being shown from DCP (Digital Cinema Package). In order to
easily manage content across all seven sites which participate in the festival,
zweiB GmbH, official technical partner of Filmfest Munich, will be using AAM’s
Screenwriter TMS during the festival.
In addition to servicing the
festival screenings, AAM and zweiB GmbH are offering exhibitors visiting the
festival the chance to have a personal demonstration of Screenwriter in action
live at the zweiB GmbH office in Thalkirchner Strasse as well as at a festival
venue. Exhibitors will also have the opportunity to speak to representatives of
the two companies about all aspects of digital cinema, equipment financing,
software and hardware. Exhibitors can
make an appointment for a tour by contacting Arts Alliance Media’s Sales
Manager, Harry Schusterov:
(email@example.com / 0176 105 245 27).
Arts Alliance Media’s Screenwriter makes managing
content across digital screens easy and flexible, with drag and drop
scheduling, intuitive playlist creation and real time feedback from equipment
which allows exhibitors to instantly see the status of all their screens.
Tammo Buhren, CEO of zweiB GmbH said “We’re proud to be the official
supplier of the first all-digital Filmfest Munich, and delighted to be able to
use software from our partners Arts Alliance Media to help the cinemas survive
a hectic screening schedule. Using
Screenwriter means the cinemas can see instantly which content is on which
server, whether it has a valid KDM, and move content easily and quickly between
screens, as well as scheduling shows in advance, providing incredible
Harry Schusterov from AAM added “Working with the many titles and frequent
screenings of a festival is an excellent showcase for Screenwriter, and a great
environment in which to fully appreciate what the software can do and how much
easier it can make exhibitors’ lives. I really encourage any exhibitors who are
interested in seeing how TMS software works in real life to take advantage of a
personal tour where they can see it in action and ask AAM any questions they
may have. “
Arts Alliance Media has been providing digital cinema financing,
equipment and world-class software products to cinemas for ten years, and has
installed Screenwriter on over 15,000 screens around the world. Integrators and
exhibitors in Germany who would like to discuss AAM’s software and services
should contact Harry Schusterov.
zweiB GmbH have over ten years’ experience in cinema technology, and
are experts at providing technological solutions for events.