The Giant Screen Cinema Association (GSCA) announced its 2023 International Conference locations. The conference will begin September 18 in Cincinnati, Ohio, at the Cincinnati Museum Center and The Robert D. Lindner Family OMNIMAX. All delegates are invited to Cincinnati to see giant screen innovations and films on the dome screen. Chartered buses will depart Cincinnati the evening of September 18 for Indianapolis, where the conference will continue September 19-21, 2023, at the IMAX Theater in the Indiana State Museum.
Based on input from GSCA members, Dome Day has been scheduled at the beginning of the Conference this year. Over one-third of GSCA member theaters have a giant dome screen, and Dome Day is an opportunity for those members to see new content in that format. It is also an opportunity for filmmakers to gain a better understanding of how to make sure films look their best in these important venues.
The GSCA Conference will feature screenings of new films, films in production, projects in development, an innovations session highlighting the latest giant screen technology, professional development sessions, and the GSCA Achievement Awards recognizing excellence in the giant screen industry. A very preliminary schedule for the event is available here. Further programming will be announced as it is confirmed, and registration and film submissions will open in May.
“We are thrilled to return to Cincinnati and Indianapolis for the GSCA International Conference,” says GSCA Executive Director Tammy Barrett. “Both venues hosted our 2009 Conference, and we are excited to see the upgrades and renovations that both have completed since then.”