The first Digital Cinema Summit, presented by Integrated Systems Europe in conjunction with Digital Cinema Report, will be held February 6, 2019 at the Okura Hotel in Amsterdam the Netherlands. The half-day event will highlight how advances in digital cinema technology are transforming the entire moviegoing experience. It will feature top digital cinema technology authorities from around the world addressing a range of issues facing professionals in all phases of the motion picture industry. The purpose of the event is to give digital cinema technology center stage.

In panel discussions moderated by Nick Dager, Editor & Publisher of Digital Cinema Report, topics will include:

  • Lobbies – The Moviegoing Experience Begins at the Front Door
  • Theatre Sound – Object Based or File Based?
  • High Dynamic Range in Exhibition – Laser versus LED

The discussions will be followed by a networking reception for all attendees. There will also be a small exhibition area where attendees can get a hands-on look at some of the latest digital cinema technology.

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  • Date: 6 February 2019
  • Time: 14:00 – 18:00 hrs
  • Event Venue: Hotel Okura Amsterdam
  • Organiser: Integrated Systems Events
  • Admission: 250 EUR (Early Bird, AVIXA and CEDIA member price 175 EUR)

Ticket Prices Digital Cinema Summit ISE

  • Conference Ticket
  • 250
  • Price valid until
    8 January 2019
    (Price incl. discount: € 175 + VAT)
  • Early Bird Ticket
  • -30%
  • Price valid until
    8 January 2019
    (Price incl. discount: € 175 + VAT)
  • Association Members
  • -30%
  • Price valid for
    AVIXA and CEDIAmembers
    (Price incl. discount: € 175 + VAT)

Event Location

Hotel Okura Amsterdam
Ferdinand Bolstraat 333
1072 LH Amsterdam, Netherlands
https://www.okura.nl

Contact

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Please find further travel information on the ISE website.

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