Unique X is delighted to announce a DCP content delivery partnership with the San Sebastian International Film Festival.
Utilizing Unique X’s Movie Transit network throughout Spain, Movie Transit will be delivering DCP content to various Festival locations throughout the duration of the event, supporting the Festival’s screening program.
The Movie Transit network in Spain forms a part of the world’s largest broadband DCP delivery network – now deployed across 12 territories internationally and growing. In the first 6 months of 2018, Movie Transit delivered over 16660TB of data to the European and Worldwide networks.
Leire Apellaniz, Head of Technical Department, commented “The deployment of Movie Transit throughout Spain provided us with a perfect and obvious conduit from which to manage the Festivals’ varying content needs. We are happy to be working with Unique X and look forward to a successful festival”
“With the improvement of the fiber optic broadband network within Spain, we are happy to be able to offer Movie Transit to the market. Thanks to a positive response from Spanish Exhibitors, we are now deployed across all the major chains within the country and are currently working with the independent sector to complete a full territory roll out” said Alina Jankovskaja, Business Development Manager of Unique X.
The San Sebastian International Film Festival runs from September 21st to September 29th.
For further information on Movie Transit in Spain, please contact email@example.com
About San Sebastian International Film Festival
San Sebastian is one of the world’s most important international festivals. It has been accorded its top category by the FIAPF, alongside other major festivals including Cannes, Berlin and Venice.
Founded in 1953, the San Sebastian Festival is one of the world’s most important film gatherings. The Zinemaldia is a non-specialised competitive festival with an international official competition and the New Directors, Horizontes Latinos, Zabaltegi-Tabakalera, Perlak, Culinary Zinema, Nest Film Students, Zinemira and Made in Spain sections. It also programmes either a classic and/or a contemporary retrospective. And, with the objective of proposing a reference platform for European and Latin American film industries, the Festival develops different activities including the Europe-Latin America Co-Production Forum, Films in Progress and Global in Progress.