Cinema looks forward to a changing future.
The European Digital Cinema Forum (EDCF) is once again hosting its long standing and much anticipated EDCF Global Cinema Seminar at IBC. As cinema recovers from the pandemic closures, change has been forced upon an industry that was embracing investment and premium technologies. The Seminar will address the key issues facing the industry in 2022 and beyond, such as creative Solutions to supply chain issues, the challenge of sustainability in the film and cinema sectors, HDR in cinema, broadening out and delivery of content supply and issues around cybersecurity and content. If you want to tap into the industry’s latest thoughts, please join us in Amsterdam.
Hosted by the EDCF and including a wide range of high-level Speakers, the Seminar will take place at 10h00-11h30 on Monday 12 September 2022 in Room E102. The Session will be chaired by David Hancock, President of the EDCF.
Attendance is free of charge but registration is required by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
10:00 Introduction and Cinema recovery summary — David Hancock (Chief Analyst / OMDIA)
10:10 The Culture Networks – live for Cinema, culture school and other digital stuff like concerts and theatre —Mats Erixon (Media System Specialist / Norwegian TV-School)
10:20 Cyber security in cinemas – – Cathy Huis in’t veld-Esser (CTO / gofilex) | Barry de Bruin (CTO Pathé / Netherlands)
10:30 Recent challenges to the cinema ecosystem — Radoslav Markow (Researcher / IMI Bulgarian Academy of Science)
10:40 Event Cinema update — Patrick von Sychowsky (Editor / Celluloid Junkie
10:50 Audio Quality in Cinema — Julian Pinn (Founder / Julian Pinn Ltd)
11:00 HDR in Cinema — Dr. Tom Bert (Head of Product / Barco)
11:10 VIVE / Cinit — Phil Lord (Cinema Sales Manager, EMEA / Christie Digital)
11:20 The Future of Professional Commercial Digital Cinema — Adam MacDonald (European Sales Manager / GDC Technology)