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MEDIA Salles an initiative of the MEDIA Programme of the European Union with the MEDIA Salles an initiative of the MEDIA Programme of the European Union with the support of the Italian Government “DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES: WHICH OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE CINEMAS? ” Talk by Elisabetta Brunella, Secretary General of MEDIA Salles At the seminar “New technologies in film marketing and distribution” Kino Expo 2004 Moscow, 18 September 2004

MEDIA Salles is an initiative of the MEDIA Programme of the European Union with MEDIA Salles is an initiative of the MEDIA Programme of the European Union with the support of the Italian Government

MEDIA Salles § is a non profit association operating since 1991 with the support MEDIA Salles § is a non profit association operating since 1991 with the support of the EU MEDIA Programme and the Italian Government § its members are the national and international organizations representing the cinema exhibitors in Europe

Promotion Information Training MEDIA Salles provides services to European cinema exhibitors in the fields Promotion Information Training MEDIA Salles provides services to European cinema exhibitors in the fields of: PROMOTION INFORMATION TRAINING

DIGITAL CINEMA MEDIA Salles’ mission Help the European cinema exhibitors • get accurate and DIGITAL CINEMA MEDIA Salles’ mission Help the European cinema exhibitors • get accurate and objective information: European Cinema Yearbook • exchange views and compare experiences: European Cinema Journal, Cinema Research Library • be trained, updated and orientated towards digital screening and digital cinema: Digi. Training Plus: New Technologies for European Cinemas

DIGITAL PROJECTION: “D-cinema: slow ahead” D-screens worldwide (Cinemas equipped with DLP Cinema. TM technology) DIGITAL PROJECTION: “D-cinema: slow ahead” D-screens worldwide (Cinemas equipped with DLP Cinema. TM technology)

D-screens worldwide (Cinemas equipped with DLP Cinema. TM technology) D-screens worldwide (Cinemas equipped with DLP Cinema. TM technology)

DIGITAL PROJECTION: “D-cinema on the move” D-cinemas and screens worldwide (Cinemas equipped with DLP DIGITAL PROJECTION: “D-cinema on the move” D-cinemas and screens worldwide (Cinemas equipped with DLP Cinema. TM technology) (a statistical elaboration by MEDIA Salles)

D-cinemas and screens worldwide NOTE: screens equipped with DLP Cinema. TM technology. D-cinemas and screens worldwide NOTE: screens equipped with DLP Cinema. TM technology.

D-CINEMA: “Digital films: scarce but growing supply of movies in a digital format” Digital D-CINEMA: “Digital films: scarce but growing supply of movies in a digital format” Digital films worldwide (as at December 2003) NOTE: films released in DLP Cinema. TM technology.

Digital films worldwide (as at December 2003) NOTE: films released in DLP Cinema. TM Digital films worldwide (as at December 2003) NOTE: films released in DLP Cinema. TM technology.

NEW DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES The growth of d-cinema is slow, standards are now being established, NEW DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES The growth of d-cinema is slow, standards are now being established, thus, new digital technologies offer exhibitors new business opportunities (both d-cinema and e-cinema): • alternative contents and film programming for specific audiences • digital cinema advertising

DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE THE PIONEERS DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE THE PIONEERS

DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE Palace Cinemas, Czech Republic - Hungary • DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE Palace Cinemas, Czech Republic - Hungary • 2 screens equipped with DLP Cinema. TM projectors (Palace Slovansky Dum in Prague, MOM Park in Budapest) • Digital Hollywood films (i. e. Finding Nemo, The Day After Tomorrow) • Alternative contents: • Music events: David Bowie and Bon Jovi Live concerts; DVDs premiere (i. e. The Beatles – Concert for George) • Sports events: UEFA Euro 2004 • DVDs projections for specialized audience: i. e Bowling a Columbine, Apocalypse Now Redux (that probably would not have been shown at the cinemas in 35 mm)

DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE Arcadia, Italy • 1 screen equipped with DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE Arcadia, Italy • 1 screen equipped with DLP Cinema. TM projector • Digital Hollywood films (i. e. Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Star Wars Attack of the Clones, Pinocchio, Alien Director’s Cut) • Alternative contents: • Music events: David Bowie Live Concert • Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures • Star Wars Episode II - Attack of the Clones - making of

DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE A STRATEGIC CHOICE: DIGITAL AS AN ADDED DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE A STRATEGIC CHOICE: DIGITAL AS AN ADDED VALUE AND A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE Kinepolis Group, Belgium • 10 screens equipped DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE Kinepolis Group, Belgium • 10 screens equipped with DLP Cinema. TM projectors in Belgium • Digital Hollywood films (i. e. Finding Nemo, Brother Bear) • Alternative contents: • digital previews of Aspe series, a popular weekly TV movie series • broadcast of TV News • special digital screenings of local productions for the young audience (Plop en de Toverstaf) • broadcast of prestigious events and concerts

DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE COOMING SOON: THE DIGITAL CINEMA AS A DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE COOMING SOON: THE DIGITAL CINEMA AS A CHANCE FOR A WIDER DISTRIBUTION OF EUROPEAN FILMS

DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE UK Film Council, United Kingdom • Digital DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE UK Film Council, United Kingdom • Digital Screen Network: Network a National Lottery funded scheme to increse the distribution of specialised films on a regular basis. UK Film Council will make available digital projection equipment to around 200 screens in around 150 UK cinemas to improve the distribution of British specialised films, foreign language films, films with specific cultural, social, political interest, reducing their print and distribution costs (35 mm vs. digital copies).

DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE DIGITAL CINEMA ADVERTISING DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE DIGITAL CINEMA ADVERTISING

DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE Capa, Norway • Leading Norwegian cinema advertising DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN EUROPE Capa, Norway • Leading Norwegian cinema advertising company: conversion of its Scandinavian network to satellite delivered e-cinema projection, developing a larger base of advertising clients and offering exhibitors a reduction of reel-assembly time and more flexibility. Carlton Screen Advertising, UK • Leading UK cinema advertising company: investment in digital advertising to distribute digital video contents via satellite to the cinemas.

DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN THE WORLD Regal Cine. Media, US • Digital DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN THE WORLD Regal Cine. Media, US • Digital Content Network (DCN): the world’s largest digital network for the delivery (via satellite) of on-screen and in-lobby marketing and advertising products as well as digital video contents to over 5. 000 Regal Cinemas’ screens in US: • delivery of “The 2 wenty”, the Regal Cine. Media 20 -minute pre-show programme offering advertising and entertainment, • delivery of alternative contents (HD format): simulcasting of live music concerts and events, delivery of educational, entertainment and sports programming.

DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN THE WORLD China vs India Digital vs Electronic DIGITAL PROJECTION: WHAT’S GOING ON IN THE WORLD China vs India Digital vs Electronic CHINA: fast growth of d-cinemas, supported by local authorities: cinemas 34 D-cinemas and screens as at February 2003, 54 as at June 2004. INDIA: the world’s largest digital theatre country with around 130 e-cinemas in small towns and rural areas.

“For me the biggest transition in the history of the worldwide cinema is the “For me the biggest transition in the history of the worldwide cinema is the transition from traditional film technologies to new digital technologies. The new technologies will ensure that the quality of movies is consistent around the world with every show, whereas film technologies can degrade or deteriorate over time. They allow cinema owners to offer new types of entertainment, sporting events, music concerts, educational programs so that the worldwide cinema will become a destination point for many different types of entertainment. The digital cinema revolution will help every territory around the world. The technology is there, the technical standards are being developed and the business models are coming together”. Interview with John Fithian, President of NATO (National Association of Theatre Owners) From MEDIA Salles’ Newsletter “European Cinema Journal”, No. 4/2004

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