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Digital Cinema Tango! Shall we dance with l' Observatoire de l'Audiovisuel Panel in Cannes 2010

Digital Cinema Tango!
Getting the right rhythm for the digitisation of European cinemas

European Audiovisual Observatory’s Afternoon in Cannes
Sunday 16 May 2010, 3 pm – 4.30 pm
Salle Buñuel (5th floor - Palais des Festivals)

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Shall we dance? Digital tango!

Observatory dances the Digital Cinema Tango in Cannes!The European Audiovisual Observatory has announced that the theme of this year’s must-attend Cannes afternoon workshop will be:Digital Cinema Tango!
Getting the right rhythm for the digitisation of European cinemas.
It will take place in the Salle Buñuel (Palais des Festivals) on Sunday 16th of May from 3pm to 4.30 pm. Last year’s Observatory afternoon conference attracted over 350 participants and this year’s event should follow the trend.The Observatory’s cinema analyst Martin Kanzler will kick off by looking at overall 2009 box office trends. Stepping out nearby will be Elisabetta Brunella of Media Salles with an analysis of digital roll-out in Europe for 2009. Then Susan Newman, the Observatory’s film funding analyst will present a guide to public funding currently available for digital roll-out. Also tripping the light fantastic will be Francisco Cabrera, Legal Analyst at the Observatory, who will focus on the complex legal issues surrounding state aid for digitisation.

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