Screens, the world leader in screen technology and manufacturer of premium
cinema screens, has been confirmed as an Official Supplier to the 68th
Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) due to take place between 15th
and 25th February 2018.
The Berlin International Film Festival
(Berlinale) was founded in 1951. Today, the festival is not only the biggest
audience film festival in the world and one of the most important dates on the
international film industry‘s calendar but a can‘t-miss cinema fest for all
film lovers. The Berlinale presents the entire spectrum of cinema with its wide
variety of Sections and Initiatives, all with their specific profile.
year, Harkness Screens will be an Official Supplier to the festival providing a
number of Clarus XC 170 screens incorporating Harkness’ proprietary 4K Digital
Perforation and new NanolastTM
coating technology throughout venues
Director Dieter Kosslick remarks: “As a film festival we always endeavour to
present the participating films in the best possible quality. Therefore we are
very excited about the support of Harkness Screens to provide state of the art
projection Clarus XC screens for our premiere venues Berlinale Palast and
Friedrichstadt-Palast amongst others.”
Designed to present 2D content and to work with
all polarized 3D, Clarus XC screens create visibly deeper 3D content which
draws in the audience creating a more captivating viewing experience. A whiter look under projection mean that
colours look visibly richer and more accurate both in 2D and 3D resulting in a
more defined, sharper and crisper picture.
Clarus XC screens are also regarded as the screen of choice for
polarized laser 3D presentation due to its speckle reduction properties.
delighted to be partnering with colleagues at Berlinale to bring our leading
Clarus XC screen technology to audiences at what is widely regarded as one of
the most important global film festivals,” explains Richard Mitchell, VP Global
Marketing & Commercial Development at Harkness Screens.” Our Clarus XC
screens along incorporating our new NanolastTM technology will allow
venues across the festival to show 2D content with exceptional uniformity,
colours and contrast whilst still allowing 3D content to be shown. We’re confident that our screens will help
provide an unforgettable experience for film-makers and audiences alike,” he
improving robustness, NanolastTM technology also enhances the visual
performance of screen surfaces by creating an even smoother, whiter and more
uniform finish. This improvement creates
a more immersive viewing experience by increasing the richness of colours,
adding further depth of field to 3D presentations and widening viewing angles.
information about Harkness’ Clarus XC screen technology, Digital 4K
Perforations and Nanolast technology can be found at www.harkness-screens.com