If you are big indie film fan and have been waiting for your local movie theater to bring something fresh and different than the regular Hollywood movies; well, here is some good news for you: This coming fall 2012, the Digiplex Rialto & Cranford theaters will bring you DigiNext, an In-Venue Film Festival which is a unique theatrical exhibition program that pairs multimedia company Nehst Out with Digiplex Destinations, a fast growing state of the art digital theatrical exhibitor.
A breakthrough for filmmakers and consumers, the In-Venue Film Festival is re-creating the film festival experience in local theaters and will showcase high-end American independents, and award winning foreign language films from the top 20 film festivals around the world.
As part of an enhanced movie-going experience, films in the series will include live and Skyped Q&A sessions with filmmakers as well as celebrity appearances and gift bags for attendees.
DigiNext is committed to providing opportunities for filmmakers without previous distribution a chance to reach the consumer. Conversely, the In-Venue Film Festival offers consumers access to highly praised but underexposed films without having to attend film festivals all over the world.
Nehst co-founder and Chairman, Larry Meistrich originated this concept with the successful and critically acclaimed “Shooting Gallery Film Series at Lowes Cineplex Entertainment” which was responsible for such breakout hits as “Croupier” and “Judy Berlin.”
Stay tuned to learn more about DigiNext by visiting the theaters' website: www.digiplexdest.com and come support your local theater and independent/local filmmakers.