“I am a firm believer…that if you bring people the finest technology possible onto the big screen…as long as you give them a really comfortable seat and great sound and picture quality, with great food options, they really embrace the different environments and experiences.”Rudyard Coltman, founder and developer, owner and operator of Cinetopia Theaters, has seen confirmation of that belief since he materialized his original vision in Vancouver, Washington (now called Cinetopia Mill Plain, with eight screens, 920 seats, and a 128-seat Vinotopia restaurant). When we first spoke to Coltman for the October 2007 issue of Film Journal International, he was already making plans for the next cinematic nirvana. Promising “some new and exciting design elements,” he said, for the exhibition industry to continue to be successful, “there has to be innovation. Technology has to keep up and enhance the experience.”With Christie 2K and 4K digital projection throughout, Dolby 3D deployed and a proprietary large format developed, Klipsch speakers, and Meyer Sound EXP systems and Dolby 7.1 Surround exclusive to the market area, not to mention having been selected as one of 14 North American launching pads for the new Dolby Atmos sound system, Cinetopia makes a perfect match for… Read full this story
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