Cinema Technology Feb. 17, 2019
Register & Log in
Please login again. New Authentication System and User Account Options
April 2018

We have recently upgraded our login system.  An account is not required, but necessary to set your preferences and edit company information.  If you have previously registered, you can log in again using the same email address and password.  You can reset your password by following the "forgot password?" link on the login page.

  • You can now log in using your external account from GoogleTwitter or LinkedIn.  More services may be added.  Contact DCinemaToday for more information. You may still need to add (and confirm) your email address if its not provided by the external login provider.
  • When logged in, you can access your Account Manage page by clicking on your email address under the DCinemaToday logo. 
  • A login account allows you to request edit permissions for your company listing.  This permission is granted on a request basis to authorized employees and business principals.  More information on requesting to updating company information is available on the Account Manage page.  Once authorized, the companies you can update will be listed in the Authorizations section of your Account Manage page. 
  • A login account allows you to set the order of the Market Focus tabs on the DCinemaToday Home page.  You can set any tab as your default starting tab. To do this, go to the Tab Preferences section of the Account Manage page   (Desktop only - not yet ready for the Mobile App.)   More user-specific features are under development, so we recommend you log in when possible.
Please  Contact DCinemaToday  with any questions, feedback, issues, or bug reports .

Arts Alliance Media (AAM) is a global leader in digital cinema software and services,  offering cutting-edge solutions in software as well as installation, maintenance and support across the cinema ecosystem.


Shows & Events

# 1949 RCA.

RSS News
RSS Info About RSS

Skip Navigation LinksStart/Menu > Find News > Refresh this page
Birmingham, U.K.—Mar 8, 2004

EVS Digital Cinema at the Birmingham Screen Festival, March 2004

Arts Alliance Media Announces UK’s First Commercial Screening on 2K Digital Cinema projector

Arts Alliance Media continues to lead the UK digital cinema rollout with the first UK commercial screening of a digital film on a Texas Instruments 2K DLP Cinema™ projector. The screening, of the film Finding Nemo, took place at the Birmingham Screen Festival on Saturday.

“Arts Alliance Media are committed to ensuring the UK is at the cutting edge of the digital cinema industry and we are delighted to have the first commercial 2K digital cinema projector in the country.” said Thomas Hoegh, CEO of Arts Alliance Media.

David Monk, VP TI Europe, commented “We are very pleased to see that AA Media are pushing forward with digital movie presentation and choosing to make the best and latest technology available to audiences in the independent sector. Digital technology offers unsurpassed consistency and allows a broader spectrum of content to be exhibited to film-goers”.

Arts Alliance Media are providing the Birmingham Screen Festival with a full digital cinema service including provision of the Digital Projection 2K-IS15 digital cinema projector, a Digital Projection IS10 digital cinema projector and two EVS digital cinema servers; content mastering; service and support.

The Birmingham Screen Festival is showing a number of films digitally, including Finding Nemo, Modern Times, Red, White and Blues and Feel Like Going Home.

Tony Jones, Director of the Birmingham Screen Festival and Founder of City Screen said "Having a high quality digital cinema projector is essential in this day and age, when many films are submitted to festivals in a digital format. Birmingham is pleased to showcase the first UK screenings on a 2K projector".

The projector is a Digital Projection IS15-2K. After the BSF it will be based at The Other Cinema in Soho, London, where it will be available for hire for private screenings of rushes, rough cuts, commercials etc., as well as for showing films digitally to paying audiences. The projector will also be hired out to other film festivals to enable them to show digitally projected films at the highest quality.

Arts Alliance Media launched its digital cinema circuit in July 2003 at the Cambridge Film Festival and shortly thereafter provided digital services to the Edinburgh International Film Festival. It has installed six permanent digital cinema sites throughout the UK, with a seventh installation taking place next month. Arts Alliance Media have shown nine feature films digitally in their digital cinema circuit.

Arts Alliance Media Contacts:
Alessandra Skarlatos 
 +44 (0)20 7751 7543 

Logo: Arts Alliance Media
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 EVS Broadcast Equipment sa: EVS Broadcast Equipment designs media servers, with the associated control software and production networks, for the international television and motion picture communities. EVS Broadcast Equipment sa Directory page

Share this page:
©Copyright 2003 - 2019 WHMCC, LLC .
| Contact | Terms of Service | Privacy Policy
All rights reserved.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .