Cinemagic, a cinema chain focused on building cinemas in towns between 50 and 70 thousand inhabitants of Mexico, and Christie®, the dominant brand in the global digital cinema projection market, today announced the joint digitization of 70 screens currently operated by Cinemagic in Mexico.
Christie will supply an assortment of Christie Solaria® One+ and Christie CP2220 projectors to the Cinemagic complexes, facilitated by Scrabble Entertainment, an international deployment entity whose financing of DCI-compliant digital cinema projector conversions helps all manner of cinemas make the move to digital technology.
Christie supplying the highest quality of digital cinema equipment and
technical support, Cinemagic will be able to offer to our audience the best
quality in cinema projection in each of the cities we serve,” said Roberto Quintero, CEO,
is to be commended on its mission to bring cinema to the small communities
without entertainment options in Mexico,” said Ernesto Armus, general manager
for Christie Mexico. “We are honored to be part of its mission and are
committed to supplying Cinemagic with the world’s leading digital projection
hardware, software and services.”
Roberto Quintero said, “We
are confident that with dedication, effort and together with our strategic
partners, we will ensure the growth and consolidation of our project to successfully
bring cinema to the small communities of our country.”