DigiNext Announces the Theatrical Release of Michael Urie’s “Thank You for Judging” Exclusively At Digiplex Destinations

  DigiNext Announces the Theatrical Release of Michael Urie’s “Thank You for
  Judging” Exclusively At Digiplex Destinations Starting April 18

Business Wire

WESTFIELD, N.J. -- March 26, 2014

DigiNext, the In-Venue Film Festival, a joint venture between Digiplex
Destinations (NASDAQ CM:DCIN) and Nehst Out LLC, announces the theatrical
release of Michael Urie’s Thank You for Judging, a documentary that focuses on
high school students attending the Texas Forensic Association’s state
competition. The movie opens with a limited national theatrical release
exclusively at Digiplex Destinations theaters beginning on April 18, 2014.

Thank You for Judging features Texas-born actor Michael Urie (Ugly Betty, The
Decoy Bride, Partners, Hot in Cleveland) as the gatekeeper to the competitive
world of debate, dramatic interpretation and extemporaneous speaking. It’s
familiar territory for Urie, who participated in similar events when he was a
student at Plano [Texas] Senior High School. The skills he honed in
competition there opened the door to study at the Julliard School and
receiving recognition for outstanding performances from both the Drama Desk
and the Screen Actors Guild.

“Mike Urie and his team have an intimate familiarity with their subject,” said
Nehst Chairman and Founder, Larry Meistrich. “As a dad, I know that entering
into the world of teenagers can be difficult. Mike’s common experience with
his subjects breaks through barriers to get an unvarnished view of all the
hard work and emotion that is behind the often effortless looking polished
presentations debate and public speaking judges ultimately see.”

“Thank You for Judging gives a lively and reassuring look into the lives of
high school students who demonstrate passion and intensity as they cultivate
their skills as effective communicators,” said Bud Mayo, Digiplex CEO and
Chairman. “If you’ve ever worried that kids have lost the ability to express
themselves without texting shorthand or emoticons, this movie will be the
perfect antidote.”

The movie garnered accolades on the festival circuit as an “official
selection” at the Dallas International Film Festival, Outfest and Austin Film
Festival and was winner of the “best documentary feature” at the Williamsburg
Independent Film Festival.


Co-Directors: Michael Urie, Sean Fornara, Travis Flournoy and Selma Al-Faqih

      Producer: Selma Al-Faqih
            Executive Producers: Daryl Roth, Michael Urie
            Distributor: DigiNext
            Length: 91 minutes (NR)

Advance tickets are available now at www.digiplexdest.com and the following
Digiplex Destinations theaters that will be opening Thank You for Judging on
April 18:

Arizona: Surprise IMAX
California: Apple Valley, Bonsall, Oceanside, Poway, Temecula,
Connecticut: Bloomfield, Lisbon, Torrington
Maryland: Churchville
New Jersey: Sparta, Westfield
Pennsylvania: Bloomsburg, Camp Hill, Mechanicsburg, Reading, Selinsgrove,
Ohio: Solon

Visit www.diginextfilms.com for series information. Visit Thank You for
Judging for up-to-date information on theater screening schedules, locations
and advance ticket sales.

The movie’s distributor, DigiNext, is a joint venture entertainment content
distributor formed by Nehst Out LLC and Digital Cinema Destinations Corp.
(NASDAQ CM:DCIN), better known as Digiplex Destinations - a rapidly growing
exhibitor and innovative theater circuit. DigiNext is an innovator in the
second golden age of indie distribution. Migration of commercial theaters from
film to digital has opened the door to a wider range of entertainment choices
on the big screen for consumers and better opportunities for independent
filmmakers and their works. Since its launch in August 2012, DigiNext has been
committed to providing theatrical distribution opportunities for talented but
still below-the-radar directors and producers to reach appreciative audiences.

On May 8, 2014, DigiNext brings a celebration of healing to the big screen
with Carolyn Jones’ documentary, The American Nurse. Visit
www.americannursemovie.com for up-to-date information on theater screening
schedules and locations. The Official Trailer for The American Nurse and other
videos about the documentary and the American Nurse Project can be found at

URL: www.thankyouforjudging.com #ThankYouForJudging

Facebook: ThankYouForJudging

Twitter: @ThanksForJudgin


John Halecky, 908-396-1360, ext. 1393
Jill Solomon, 908-396-1360, ext. 1391
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