Digital Cinema

Behind the business-as-usual, intense maneuvering is taking place among studios, exhibitors, and technology companies in the development of a filmless film industry. For the first time, we are seeing signs that audiences prefer the all-digital experience, and the promise of new distribution models and significant cost reduction remain close on the horizon. So what's stopping us now? Join us for a discussion ranging from technical issues to the politics of creating a new industry.


John Bard Manulis
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