Whether you are a cinema exhibitor or a trade show exhibitor, CinéShow is dedicated to helping you achieve your goals. For more than 20 years, CinéShow has been known for its engaging seminars, trade show, and fun networking events that celebrate the convergence of cinema operators, suppliers, vendors, and distributors.
Where Exhibition Marks The Spot
CinéShow connects movie theater exhibition professionals at every level with their industry partners to conduct business and learn from one another—all in an environment that fosters innovative thinking, networking, and new alliances. From featured speakers and a diverse slate of programming tracks, attend CinéShow to see what transformative innovations are shaping the world of cinema exhibition.
CinéShow is designed to help movie theater exhibition professionals at every level and their industry partners to join together to conduct business and learn from one another—all in an environment that fosters innovative thinking, networking and new alliances. From featured speakers and a diverse slate of programming tracks, attend CinéShow 2019 to see what transformative innovations are shaping the world of cinema exhibition.
CinéShow hosts the region’s premiere trade show; highlighting innovative products, services and technologies that help cinema operators bring magic to the movie-going experience. Not only does CinéShow give a forum for suppliers and vendors to not only showcase their products and services, it is networking event that encourages targeted connections, inspiration and new discoveries for cinema operators and their industry partners.
VARIETY OF TEXAS
Once again, CinéShow will partner with Variety of Texas for the Texan of the Year Gala on Aug. 28. New this year, CinéShow attendees must register separately for both the Variety “Texan of the Year Gala” and Golf Event. Over the years, Variety has presented the award—the trophy is a huge cowboy boot—to many industry leaders who display courage, integrity and perseverance, including Steve Zuehlke, Lee Roy Mitchell, Chuck Norris, Wayne Lewellen, Chuck Viane, Jeff Goldstein, Steve Holmes, Tom Stephenson, Frank Liberto, Richie Fay, Juli Mitchell and Mark Gaines.