December 3, 2015—The Giant Screen Cinema Association (GSCA) is pleased to announce the results of the 2016 Board of Directors election. The following candidates will join the board for a two-year term beginning on January 1, 2016.
Representing Commercial Theaters:
- Paul Wild, IMAX Victoria in the Royal BC Museum
Representing Institutional Theaters:
- Michele Canto, Canadian Museum of History
- Diane Carlson, Pacific Science Center
- Andy Zakrajsek, COSI
- Bob Harman, MacGillivray Freeman Films
- Derek Threinen, Giant Screen Films/D3D Cinema
- Shaun MacGillivray, MacGillivray Freeman Films
- Pascal Vuong, N3D Land Productions
Representing Manufacturers, Suppliers, and Other Related Businesses:
- Bryan Boehme, Christie Digital
- Michael Daut, Evans and Sutherland
- Martin Howe, TEQ4
Peter Bak-Larsen, Tycho Brahe Planetarium, will join the board as an Ex Officio Director designated by Euromax.
These directors will join the following board members, who still have one year left on their board term:
- Jonathan Barker, SK Films
- Kim Cavendish, Museum of Discovery and Science
- Daniel Ferguson, Cosmic Picture
- Mark Katz, Giant Screen Films/D3D Cinema
- Mike Lutz, IMAX Corporation
- Alan Nursall, TELUS World of Science-Edmonton
- Berend Reijnhoudt, Omniversum
- Glenn Shaver, Ontario Science Centre
- Gordon Stalans, Tennessee Aquarium
- Phil Streather, Principal Large Format
Officers and committee chairs will be elected by the new board and announced in late December.
GSCA extends its sincere appreciation to the following outgoing board members, who complete their terms in 2015:
- Tim Hazlehurst, Marbles Kids Museum
- Laurent Dondey, La Geode
- Lisa Truitt, THINK Creative
The core purpose of the Giant Screen Cinema Association (GSCA®) is to advance the business of producing and presenting educational giant screen and immersive cinema experiences globally. GSCA's membership includes more than 260 organizations in nearly 30 countries. Member organizations include giant screen filmmakers, distributors, theaters, suppliers, manufacturers, and students from around the world.