Arts Alliance Media

London, UK

We are the global leader in digital cinema software and services, offering a wide range of solutions to exhibitors which enable them to reduce costs, increase efficiency, and improve the cinematic experience for their customers. Our software reaches over 42,000 digital screens worldwide, while our network operations centre (NOC) supports several thousand screens.

Owned by the Luxin-Rio Group, we are part of the world’s foremost cinema technologies provider.

Thomas Hoegh and Arts Alliance Ventues founds Arts Alliance Media
AAM initiates first global digital cinema rollout, replacing 35mm projectors with digital upgrades for the UK’s Digital Screen Network
AAM becomes founding investor in Lovefilm and Picturehouse Cinemas (now sold to Amazon and Cineworld respectively).
AAM negotiates with Hollywood studios to secure financing for digital cinema.
AAM officially launch their first Theatre Management System (TMS).
AAM completes the first Virtual Print Fee (VPF) rollout in Europe for French cinema chain, CGR.
AAM officially launch their Screenwriter Theatre Management System as the successor to AAM TMS.
AAM’s content mastering and event cinema departments become their own businesses.
AAM becomes strategic business partner of Wanda Cinemaline.
AAM is wholly acquired by Chinese cinema technology provider, Luxin-Rio.
AAM becomes official reseller of MediaMation’s MX4D motion and EFX solutions.
AAM officially launch Producer; the Enterprise Theatre Management System.
AAM becomes official reseller of Shenzhen Timewaying Ltd’s HeyLED cinema LED technology.
AAM commit to the American market with opening of AAM US Incorporated.
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