Giants of podcasting joined forces to create the “Lollapalooza of Podcasts” - including Radiolab, Invisibilia, Reply All, The Truth, Lauren Lapkus and Bobby Moynihan. Plus dance, music, original comedy videos, surprise guests and more.
The Breakfast Club defined an entire generation of pop culture. This 30th Anniversary release includes the completely re-mastered feature that had never been seen before on the big screen plus a newly remixed bonus featurette.
This cinema event took viewers on a journey of Women of Faith through the years, with some of the most popular presentations from the beloved speaking team. Featured never-before-seen interviews, outtakes, and behind the scenes footage.
In partnership with ESL, the world's largest eSports company, a series of eSports events premiered in cinemas worldwide starting July 2015. The series featured the world premiere of ALL WORK ALL PLAY, an eSports documentary followed by two live events.
For more than 60 years, the Stratford Festival has been setting the standard for classical theatre in North America. A select number of Shakespearean masterpieces were presented in as cinema events in 2015 including KING LEAR, ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, and KING JOHN.
For 40 years, the Big Apple Circus, New York's original one-ring circus, delighted audiences of all ages, presenting the finest in live family entertainment featuring world-class circus artistry.
The NPR news quiz show Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! was presented in cinemas by NPR, WEBZ Chicago and BY Experience, with a live staging of its popular news quiz show to hundreds of cinemas across North America.
For four consecutive years (2009 - 2012), BY Experienced distributed BBC's Last Night of the Proms LIVE to movie theaters across Canada, and on a delayed basis in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
In 2012, art lovers around the world experienced a high-definition walk-through of the once-in-a-lifetime exhibition "Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan", captured at the U.K.'s National Gallery. This was the first of four presentations of fine art in cinemas BY Experience distributed, in conjunction with Seventh Arts.
On June 23, 2012, after more than 45 million records sold worldwide and 14 number one singles in the UK, Westlife said goodbye to their millions of fans with their last-ever concert beamed to cinemas across the UK, Ireland, and select European countries with delayed screenings in Australia, Estonia, Hong Kong and South Africa.
Barrymore, starring Academy-Award Winner Christopher Plummer is a live film based on the play by William Luce. Barrymore is the portrayal of acclaimed American actor John Barrymore, one of the greatest Shakespearean actors of all time. Shown in cinemas in 2012.
Des McAnuff's production of Shakespeare's The Tempest was captured live at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Canada, followed by a Q&A captured live in New York. Screened in 2012.
On Tuesday, August 30th, 2011, Red Hot Chili Peppers debuted their new album "I'm With You" in concert, plus select greatest hits, in a special cinematic event. Captured live and broadcast to movie screens the same evening, on a delayed broadcast.
WBEZ Chicago's hit radio show THIS AMERICAN LIFE with Ira Glass was staged and broadcast live to movie screens for three exclusive cinematic events in 2008, 2009 and 2012. Presented in cinemas by Chicago Public Radio, Public Radio International, and BY Experience
Directed by and Starring Brian Bedford, Oscar Wilde's hilarious play was presented by Roundabout Theatre Company, L.A. Theatre Works and BY Experience, captured live from the American Airlines Theatre on Broadway.
The celebrated radio show was broadcast live in February and again in October 2010 from the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota to cinemas across the U.S. and Canada.
For one night only, metalheads around the world experienced history: On Tuesday, June 22, 2010, Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax performed on one stage together. Through an exclusive broadcast to cinemas, fans around the world were part of this historic concert event.
The first documentary film to capture the story, drama and ultimate essence of the legendary 26.2 mile running event. Distributed internationally to Australia, New Zealand and South Africa in 2009.
In May 2010, fans of ABC's award-winning global television phenomenon LOST watched the series co-creators discussed the crafting the series finale that would satisfy them as storytellers and the show's legions of fans. The event featured a surprise appearance from two cast members and an interactive audience Q&A.
On October 2009, Robbie Williams opened the BBC Electric Proms with a live performance from London to cinemas throughout Europe and on a delayed basis to Australia, Mexico, New Zealand and South Africa. The performance featured material from Robbie's album REALITY KILLED THE VIDEO STAR.
TimesTalks LIVE was a pilot program to cinemas and performing arts centers in North America featuring intimate discussions with today's top talents and thinkers from The Times Center in New York. Two events in 2009 featured authors John Irving and Stephen King.
The St. Olaf Christmas Festival is one of the oldest musical celebrations of Christmas in the U.S., featuring hymns, carols, choral works and orchestral selections. St. Olaf was the first college to broadcast a live concert to movie theaters in high-definition.
In September 2007, David Gilmour launched his new DVD project with two exclusive cinema events in Europe and North America, both of which featured a live performance, an 85 minute highlights program of Gilmour's DVD and a Q&A with fans. Over 20,000 fans attended in 8 countries, resulting in #1 DVD debuts.
Live HD concert simulcast from Germany to 20 cinemas in Sweden, June 2007.
The event that launched global live cinema events! In September 2003, David Bowie debuted his new album REALITY, live in sequence followed by a Q&A with fans and a greatest hits encore. Over 50,000 fans attended screenings in 26 countries, resulting in #1 album debuts around the world.