Village Cinemas, a film theater chain in Argentina, has completed its digitalization with the Christie Solaria Series, with 38 projectors installed.
The chain also acquired two units of the Christie ACT automated control solution for film theaters, a flexible web-based system providing total control over a theater’s many functions from any device with web access in the network.
“We had already used Christie equipment during the first phase of digitalization of our theaters and the excellent experience at that time proved a decisive factor in choosing the brand again,” Diego Bachiller, commercial manager at Village Cinemas, said.
The chain has the reputation for being a technology leader and is often introducing innovations including theaters with seats with movable armrests, widescreen systems and full stadium seating that guarantees a complete view of the screen from any location.
With 20 years experience in the Argentinian market, Village Cinemas has eight complexes and 79 screens across the country. In 1996, it was the first exhibitor to open a multi-screen complex in Argentina, with Village Mendoza, a 10-screen theater with a seating capacity of 2,346.
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Village Cinemas 8 Louis St Airport West, VIC 3042
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