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Sep 17

Arts Alliance and Abramorama join forces for Alternative Content distribution in North America

Arts Alliance announce a deal with indie distributor and marketing guru Richard Abramovitz to distribute their slate of multi-dimensional content to movie theatres. The deal will see Abromowitz’s team manage the sales, marketing and distribution for live and as-live opera, ballet, and theatre productions to theatrical screens across North America. Content will include performances from…

Jul 22

Arts Alliance to bring One Direction’s epic ‘Where We Are’ tour experience to cinemas globally for one unmissable weekend this October

Arts Alliance announce a deal with Syco, Modest! and Sony Music Entertainment to bring global music phenomenon One Direction to cinemas worldwide for just one weekend on 11th and 12th October, giving fans the chance to see the live show on the big screen for the very first time. Currently in the midst of the…

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Past Events

  • Swedish House Mafia: Leave the World Behind

    Who walks away from success? In just a few years electronic dance trio Swedish House Mafia were amongst the biggest, highest paid names in dance music. Yet, despite their success, in June 2012 the group announced they were to split following a spectacular farewell world tour.

    Directed by Christian Larson, ‘Leave the World Behind’ allowed audiences worldwide to experience these mind-blowing live shows from the group’s final days, including never-before-seen interviews and exclusive concert footage alongside intimate backstage access bringing the fans closer to the artists and their music than ever before.

  • The Sleeping Beauty

    Royal Opera House Live Cinema Season 2013-14

    In ‘The Sleeping Beauty’, cinema audiences journeyed with The Royal Ballet to an enchanted world of princesses, fairy godmothers and magic spells in a live broadcast of Petipa’s classic ballet.

  • Goldfrapp: Tales of Us

    ‘Tales of Us’ was a unique cinema event marking the return of one of music’s most breathtaking and critically acclaimed artists. A never before seen film inspired by the remarkable new album, followed by an intimate live performance exclusively for cinema audiences, resulted in a stunning state of the art audio and visual cinema experience.

  • Don Giovanni

    Royal Opera House Live Cinema Season 2013-14

    Kasper Holten, ROH Director of Opera, presented a mesmerizing live broadcast of his new production of Mozart’s sublime tragicomedy.

  • Giselle

    Royal Opera House Live Cinema Season 2013-14

    The greatest of all Romantic ballets and a tale of betrayal, supernatural spirits and love that transcends death; Peter Wright’s production of Giselle was presented by Darcey Bussell in a relay live from the Royal Opera House.

  • Parsifal

    Royal Opera House Live Cinema Season 2013-14

    Wagner’s final great masterpiece returned to Covent Garden in an inventive new staging by Stephen Langridge, beamed live to cinemas around the world.

  • The Nutcracker

    Royal Opera House Live Cinema Season 2013-14

    One of the best-loved of all ballets, The Nutcracker tells the story of how a young girl’s enchanted present leads her on a wonderful adventure, accompanied by Tchaikovsky’s glittering score. Broadcast live to cinema audiences worldwide in December 2013.

  • Coldplay Live 2012

    Three amazing shows in one brilliant film of Coldplay’s extraordinary Mylo Xyloto world tour. World-conquering British rock band Coldplay released their fifth album ‘Mylo Xyloto’ to rave reviews in October 2011, topping the charts around the world. Including footage from shows at Paris’s Stade de France, Montreal’s Bell Centre and the band’s triumphant Pyramid Stage headline performance at Glastonbury 2011, ‘Coldplay Live 2012’ allowed cinema audiences worldwide to experience this spectacular live concert. Director Paul Dugdale was previously responsible for Adele’s ‘Live at the Royal Albert Hall, London’ and The Prodigy’s ‘World’s On Fire’ concert films.

  • Les Vêpres Siciliennes

    Royal Opera House Live Cinema Season 2013-14

    The Royal Opera’s first ever staging of Verdi’s grand opera, directed by Stefan Herheim in his UK debut, with Antonio Pappano conducting a world-class cast including Erwin Schrott, Bryan Hymel and Lianna Haroutounian.

  • Don Quixote

    Royal Opera House Live Cinema Season 2013-14

    Carlos Acosta’s exuberant production of this classic tale of friendship, love and loyalty, bursting with joie de vivre.

  • Turandot

    Royal Opera House Live Cinema Season 2013-14

    Cinema audiences were invited to join The Royal Opera with a live relay of their spectacular 2013 Season opener, Andrei Serban’s production of Puccini’s exotic final opera.

  • Springsteen & I

    Springsteen & I is a documentary by the fans, for the fans. It features video footage of dedicated fans from all over the world and includes previously unseen archive footage of Bruce in action. It is a truly heartfelt and passionate film which will turn you into a fan yourself, if you are not one already. The film was distributed across 2,500 cinema screens to over 50 countries in 2013.

  • Andrea Bocelli: Love in Portofino

    Andrea Bocelli’s global cinema debut, a breath-taking film of the ‘Love In Portofino’ concert, released around the world to allow cinema audiences to experience the world’s most beloved tenor performing the world’s greatest love songs in one of the most romantic settings on earth.

    Captured live in August 2012, Andrea Bocelli and musical host David Foster perform and share the stage with a sensational ensemble of supporting talent, including Caroline Campbell on violin, German star Helene Fischer and Brazilian singer-songwriter Sandy on vocals, Chris Botti playing trumpet, and Bocelli’s fiancée Veronica Berti joining him for a duet of Something Stupid, all backed by a 40 piece orchestra & rhythm section. The film also features an exclusive cinema interview with Bocelli and family filmed at his Italian home.

  • George Harrison: Living In The Material World

    Using rare and never-before-seen footage from George Harrison’s childhood, his years as a Beatle, and the ups and downs of his solo career, Academy-Award-winning director Martin Scorsese traces the arc of George’s journey from his birth in 1943 to his passing in 2001. Despite its epic reach, the film is deeply personal. Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Paul McCartney, Yoko Ono, and Olivia and Dhani Harrison, among many others, talk openly about George’s many gifts and contradictions and reveal the lives they shared together.

  • Pearl Jam Twenty

    A documentary on the band Pearl Jam that marks their 20th anniversary in the year 2011.

  • Kylie 3D: Aphrodite Les Folies

    Kylie Minogue performs songs from her album Aphrodite and classic hits in her Les Folie Tour, recorded in London on the 11th and 12th of April 2011.

  • Foo Fighters: Back and Forth

    Foo Fighters Back And Forth chronicles the 16 year history of the Foo Fighters: from the band’s very first songs created as cassette demos Dave Grohl recorded during his tenure as Nirvana’s drummer, through its ascent to their Grammy-winning, multi-platinum, arena and stadium headlining status as one of the biggest rock bands on the planet.

  • Prodigy: World’s On Fire

    World’s on Fire is the first live album and second DVD by English electronic dance music band The Prodigy, released on 11 May 2011.

FAQs

Q. I can’t find a screening in my local area of one of your films. How can I find out if there will be any screenings near me?

A. If there isn’t a screening in your area, or if you’ve missed a limited screening run, we’d recommend you contact your local cinema to find out if there could be a screening in future. Our releases often return to screens for encores.

Q. I would like to book to screen an Arts Alliance film. Who should I contact?

A. Please email Sales@ArtsAlliance.com.

Q. Where can I find press materials for your films?

A. Please visit http://aam-locker.com/app and register an account, and let us know which titles you require access to.

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