I started the first revenue-producing satellite delivered digital cinema deployment in 2002 with 30 sites across the US and one in London. Operating as Boeing Digital Cinema, I distributed Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones in May 2002 and continued to deliver 19 movies for all the major Hollywood Studios until 2004 when my business was sold to Access IT, which is today Cinedigm. I then began to work on a new nanotechnology development to revolutionize display technology for the movie industry and all related display-centric businesses in a company called Photonica. In addition, I am a partner in a new digital film production company launching this year. Ars Nova Capital will use the technology of Photonica to effect a sea-state change in the way films are made and displayed.
Name: Frank Stirling
Lives in: Rancho Palos Verdes, California
Company: Ars Nova Capital, LLC
Occupation: Creative Executive