Our Next CTC Training Course
Presentation training Making the best of your image
Thursday 8th May 2014
Venue: Empire Cinema, The Gate, Newgate St., Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5TG
Time: 9:15 am Registration
Training Sponsor: FDA, Skillset, CEA, Directors UK
The almost complete conversion of the cinema industry from film to digital means that every auditorium has the technical capability to provide superb pictures and sound for every show.
Today’s cinema operators and managers have been trained in the rudiments of digital projection, but we all know that going to the cinema means more than pictures and sound – at its magical best it is a uniquely immersive experience. At a time when large flat screen TVs make it easy for the viewer to stay home and watch a movie in HD quality, the cinema must continue to offer more, something special, the opportunity to see, hear and feel movies just as their directors intended. Cinema presentation is a respected art form, but like all aspects of the industry, in today’s digital era it is evolving fast.
This brand new generic course is aimed at today’s cinema managers and operators, and, in as non-technical a manner as possible, will provide hints and tips on how to make a visit to your cinema something really special, a shared experience worth leaving home for, time and again.
Experts with years of experience in the cinema business will explain exactly how you can ensure that every digital screening is the best that it can be.
Course starts at 10:00am with Registration open from 9:15am, and we expect it to finish by 4:00pm
includes Tea / coffee / snack lunch
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One of the largest roles of the committee is to provide universal training courses which are designed to be accessible by all projectionists, no matter what there background and experience is, or for which company they maybe employed.
Each year a series of themed courses takes to the road with venues all over the country. The committee receives lots of support from throughout the industry for these courses.
The costs of the courses are kept to an absolute minimum in order to allow as many projectionists as possible to benefit from the knowledge sharing, and debates (often which last long after the main event has finished).
Handbook with New Digital Section (UK)£17.00 GBP
Handbook with New Digital Section (Europe))£18.00 GBP
Handbook with New Digital Section (Rest of the World)£28.00
New Digital Insert Only (UK)£5.00 GBP
New Digital Insert Only (Europe)£7.00 GBP
New Digital Insert Only (Rest of the World)£8.00