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Monday, January 16 • 10:15am - 11:15am
The Pop-Up Art House

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Hear from theaters who have expanded beyond their four walls for cinema experiences in their communities. Whether it's to engage a new audience, collaborate with a local organization, or expand their film education, these theaters will discuss why and how they use these "pop-up" cinemas in addition to their regular screens.

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Mark Anastasio

Program Manager, Coolidge Corner Theatre
A lifelong cinephile, Mark landed in Boston and immediately fell in love with the Coolidge Corner Theatre during a midnite screening of Alejandro Jodorowsky’s El Topo. His mind was blown, and he knew he had to do anything within his power to keep the Coolidge weird. Wielding his... Read More →
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Alison Hallett

Director of Marketing & Community Engagement, Hollywood Theatre
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Allison Inman

Education and engagement director, Belcourt Theatre
I host in-theatre engagement events -- filmmaker and academic Q&As, performances, seminars, film clubs, field trips -- and take the Belcourt’s Mobile Movie Theatre to schools, shelters, and community centers, finding cinephiles in every pocket of the city. Before the Belcourt, I... Read More →

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Founded in 1907, Eclair is one of cinema’s most historic and respected companies with offices  across Europe, and, since 2015, in the USA.  See www.Eclair.Digital for our wide range of services.   CineConductor, our innovative and highly regarded DCP Management & Delivery via Broadband platform, offers “DCPs without Hard Drives” to over one hundred Specialty Film & Event Cinema exhibitors in service to over three dozen prestigio... Read More →

Monday January 16, 2017 10:15am - 11:15am MST
Broadway Centre Cinemas 111 Broadway, Salt Lake City, UT 84111