Monday, 6 February 2012

Digital Screen Network

 What  Digital screening provides is to cut the cost of releasing films (a digital copy costs around one tenth of a 35mm print). That's why UK Film Council (now BFI) and the Arts Council England created the Digital Screen Network – a £12 million investment to equip 240 screens in 210 cinemas across the UK with digital projection technology to give UK audiences much greater choice.

This is a brief example of how Digital screen network affects Britain:

Belmont Picturehouse Aberdeen, The 1 screen
Cameo Edinburgh, The   2 screens
Cineworld Aberdeen 1 screen
Cineworld Dundee  1 screen
Cineworld Edinburgh 2 screens
Cineworld Falkirk    1screen
Cineworld Glasgow Renfrew Street     2 screens
Filmhouse Edinburgh   2 screens
Glasgow Film Theatre   1screen
Macrobert Stirling   1 screen
New Picture House St. Andrews  1screen
Pavilion Cinema Galashiels:  1 screen
Perth Playhouse:    1 screen
Vue Hamilton    1 screen
Vue Inverness    1 screen
Vue Livingston    1 screen
Northern IrelandVue Belfast    1 screen
Queen's Film Theatre Belfast 1 screen

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