Lights, camera, Val Morgan movie showcase

  • Marketing
  • May 3, 2011
  • StopPress Team
Lights, camera, Val Morgan movie showcase

Last year’s domestic box office haul of $177 million was the highest ever. Cinema ad spend also increased by $2 million in 2010. And there are plenty more big blockbusters like Pirates of the Caribbean 4: On Stranger Tides (3D), The Hangover Part 2Green Lantern (3D), Cars 2 (3D) and Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon (3D) set to lure the punters—and advertisers—to the movies this year. If you want to get a taste of what's on offer, Val Morgan is extending an invite to a special cinema presentation featuring films being released from July to December, followed by some relevant trailers and the best examples of local and global 3D cinema advertising for some inspiration.

  • When: Wednesday 18th May 2011

  • Time: 9.15am

  • Duration: 40 minutes (approx)

  • Venue: Event Cinemas Queen Street Auckland, Cinema 6

  • Please RSVP to

There will also be a presentation in Wellington at Park Road Post Production in late May. Date TBC.


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