Digital Projection Inc. (DPI), an Emmy* Award-winning manufacturer of high-performance projection systems, will be the official provider of digital projectors for digital film screenings and the internationally televised Awards ceremony at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival (January 16 to 26, Park City, Utah).

DPI will provide more than a dozen of its high-performance HIGHlite, THUNDER and LIGHTNING 3-chip DLP* projectors for use in eleven theaters/venues, including the auditorium where the Awards ceremony will take place, the Park City Racquet Club.

"Digital Projection's projectors continue to produce extraordinary results - an amazing balance of color, brightness and contrast," said Ian Calderon, director of digital initiatives for the Sundance Institute. "Digital Projection's technology, industry expertise and world-class service continue to serve us well at the Festival."

Every Film Festival category will have digital entries, including high-definition premieres, documentaries, features and shorts. Organizers expect at least 30% of the Festival's screenings to be displayed in a digital format.

"Digital Projection is honored to be responsible for display of works from today's and tomorrow's most important independent filmmakers," said Chuck Collins, DPI's senior market development manager. "The Sundance Film Festival is the premier event for these filmmakers, and the ever-increasing use of the digital video display demonstrates the foresight and vision of its organizers."

About Digital Projection:

Founded in 1989, Digital Projection International was originally formed as a division of The Rank Group. Digital Projection International has been instrumental in the development and application of Digital Light Processing(tm) technology by Texas Instruments for projection systems.

In June 1998, Digital Projection was awarded an Emmy® for outstanding achievements in engineering development by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles. POWER Displays by DPI are the first and only projector to win the coveted award.

In December 2001, Digital Projection's management team, led by Brian Critchley, concluded the management purchase of the company from IMAX Corporation. The management buyout marked a return to independent ownership for Digital Projection International and its subsidiaries DP Ltd. in the United Kingdom and DP Inc. in the United States.

Digital Projection is a UK-based company with offices in North America and Europe. Digital Projection Incorporated, headquartered in Atlanta, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Digital Projection, Limited, located in Manchester, England. For more information regarding Digital Projection Incorporated: . For more information regarding Digital Projection Limited:

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