Screenvision Programming Services
Screenvision’s alternative content division provides new revenue opportunities to exhibitor partners nationwide. Through a variety of alternative content partnerships, Screenvision provides an exciting way to increase ticket sales during non-core moviegoing hours. Moviegoers who are also music and sports fans will enjoy engaging with their favorite pastime on the big screen. Families will visit your theatre together more often to enjoy wholesome entertainment. Theater lovers will get to sample the best of Broadway without having to travel to NYC. See below for more information on some of our most exciting recent initiatives:
Queen Hungarian Rhapsody: Live in Budapest: The largest stadium concert of its time, this classic Queen show performed in front of 80,000 ecstatic fans was digitally re-mastered by More2Screen/Eagle Rock. The concert was presented along with a 25 minute documentary on over 400 screens with evening and matinee showings.
Coldplay Live: This event followed Coldplay, one of rock’s biggest bands, on their Mylo Xyloto world tour. Screenvision partnered with Arts Alliance to bring Coldplay’s first concert film in nine years to over 270 locations.
Fixing the Future: The third in an on-going relationship of social issues documentaries from Area 23a, Fixing the Future focused on sustainable communities across the nation and was exhibited to 58 specially selected theatres. PBS Now host David Brancaccio starred in the documentary and moderated a pre-recorded panel as part of the presentation.
HALLOWEEN: Compass International partnered to exhibit the classic horror film, Halloween, digitally re-mastered with a new introduction about the movie’s cultural impact, exhibited at 519 theatres across the United States and United Kingdom with multiple play dates.
To discuss programming for alternative content or alternative content partnerships, contact David Wengrod, Vice President of Alternative Content Programming.