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Theater Reopening Success Stories
Theater Reopening Success Stories is a special report featuring tips and inspiring stories from theaters
that have seen high demand for the premium theater experience since
reopening after the COVID-19 shutdowns. Hosted by Ryan Holota
(Saskatchewan Science Centre) and Heather Farnworth (Ontario Science
Centre), and featuring interviews with:
- Caroline Borgudd, Cosmonova
- Diane Carlson, Giant Screen Cinema Consulting
- Richard Cox, Clark Planetarium
- Richard Morrison, IMAX Melbourne
- Jim Remar, Cosmosphere
Find out how they and other GSCA members are managing challenges,
embracing opportunities, rethinking how they reach audiences, and
finding hope for the future.
Organized by the GSCA Member Services Committee, with special thanks
to Ryan Holota (Saskatchewan Science Centre), Heather Farnworth
(Ontario Science Centre), Diane Carlson (Giant Screen Cinema
Consulting), and Shauna Badheka (MacGillivray Freeman Films). No login is required to view this recording.
Navigating the Complexities of the Giant Screen Postproduction Pipeline
Producing a giant screen film is a complicated and intricate process
that is made even more challenging, not simpler, by the variety of
digital technologies in the production pipeline. In this webinar, our
panel of filmmakers, postproduction experts, sound designers/mixers, and
distributors will pull back the curtain on the process of preparing a
giant screen film for distribution. There are many steps and a multitude
of formats that filmmakers must create to accommodate wildly different
projection systems that require their own specialized picture and audio
files. Our team will address how to provide ample budget and prepare for
the massive number of deliverables to ensure your film reaches the
largest number of theaters and audiences. No login is required to view this recording.
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Budget-Friendly Marketing Ideas
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Getting the most from your communications, marketing, and advertising spend is always important. Over the past year, many theaters have embraced the challenge of doing more with less and have improved the efficiency of their marketing operations. In this webinar, we’ll hear from three theaters that have found success with more focused budgets including:
- Omniversum, The Hague, Netherlands
- New Mexico Museum of Natural History, Albuquerque, New Mexico
- Science Spectrum, Lubbock, Texas
As a bonus, all registrants were prompted to answer the question, “If you had a budget of $500 for marketing, how would you use it?” We shared these results during the webinar.