Your New Favorite Film Website Has Arrived - The Projection List

January 7, 2015

The Projection List

After years and years of development, a new movie website has launched that will probably end up being one of your favorite sites (after FirstShowing, of course!). No, but seriously, it looks great and seems to work great so far, and will only get better with more time. The site is called The Projection List and boasts itself as containing "the entire cinematic release schedule", including "official & projected dates for all theatrical, home, and trailer releases." As proud as we are for offering a very simple release schedule here, this site ups the ante to include everything: all DVD, theatrical & VOD releases, with a very clean interface as well. It's sleek, I'm impressed, and as long as they keep it updated it'll be a great resource for cinephiles.

The Projection List site just launched to the public today (via Twitter) - here are some screenshots to view:

The Projection List

The Projection List

As explained on their website as the Objective: "The goal is to not only project potential dates not found on certain calendars, but to also provide a more comprehensive and categorized release resource. Put simply, The Projection List is an attempt to enhance the experience of knowing exactly what is coming out when and where, presented in a way the audience can easily reference, customize, and understand." Creator Ted Smith has been working on The Projection List for years. He e-mailed us way back in 2010 for some tips/suggestions for an early version of the site, and now nearly five years later he has launched it officially. I'm glad it turned out so nice, it was worth the wait. Tip - the "Trailer Dates" section (seen above) is pretty handy for figuring out when we'll see upcoming trailers. Take a look at the site and bookmark if you like it.

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  • mooreworthy
    Cool, will have to check it out, but you will always be my first love Alex.
  • A5J4DX
    Looks useful and simple
  • Terry Craig
    Perfect! Really digging the design. If this will prove popular, they should look into listing theatrical release dates for other countries as well; that is often a hassle to find out.
    Woah! That is a nice one AB! Although things for me are a bit more tricky...
  • avconsumer2
    Bookmark'd! N1.
  • Johnny Neat
    Pretty cool.




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