Evaluation of the E-cinema pilot program: NF4-18/2011E-PDF
"E-cinema is a form of electronic cinema. This digital technology converts theatrical-quality films into digital files, which can then be delivered to projection sites via broadband networks and exhibited to audiences using digital projection systems. One of the main benefits of e-cinema is to avoid the costly shipment of films or complex projection equipment. The NFB e-cinema pilot program is an experimental network of digital cinemas established across five official language minority communities (OLMCs) in New Brunswick. It provides New Brunswick francophones with access to a large collection of NFB films, screened in French, at locations not too far from their homes, and responds to a need within those communities for access to French-language, Canadian audiovisual works. The program was developed in 2006 and 2007, and was launched on January 17, 2008, for a three-year term. It was renewed for another three-year term in June 2010"--p. 4.
|Department/Agency||National Film Board of Canada.|
|Title||Evaluation of the E-cinema pilot program|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||"December 2011". Issued also in French under title: Évaluation du programme pilote d'e-cinéma.|
|Number of Pages||59 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Cinema, Program assessment|
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