7 beautiful places where AIRSCREEN has been used


In this article we want to inspire future creators of outdoor film events. With AIRSCREEN you have the freedom to choose the place you prefer to install your cinema: Let your imagination fly to offer movie nights that go beyond the classic concept of  outdoor cinema.

Next you will see some of the most beautiful places where our AIRSCREENS have been used.

1. Cambridge, England

Star&Mouse AIRSCREENPhoto: Star & Mouse

The Madingley Hall is a house surrounded by beautiful gardens on the outskirts of Cambridge. The house was so was coveted even Queen Victoria rented the place for her son while he was studying in 1860. Nowadays it belongs to the University of Cambridge and its wide spaces make it ideal to offer movie nights.

silent cinema_ AIRSCREENPhoto: Star & Mouse

The AIRSCREEN silent cinema system allows you to reduce the sound impact oto the maximum. Annoyed neighbours? Not with this equipment.

2. Ibiza, Spain

Cinema ParadisoPhoto: Cinema Paradiso

In the heart of Dalt Vila, you will find a charming summer cinema surrounded by the walls of the old city. Ibiza, in addition to being famous for its parties, offers enormous cultural and architectural legacy, perfect to enjoy the outdoor cinema nights in a unique atmosphere.

Your cinema can become a true masterpiece using more sophisticated chairs in which the public can watch films more comfortably. Also, adding details such as lights and candles will turn your cinema into a very cozy and charming place.

3. Birmingham, England

Cult Screens_AIRSCREENPhoto: Cult Screens

This cinema is located in the botanical garden of Birmingham. It is perfect for plant lovers or simply for those who want to enjoy movies in a picturesque and harmonious location.

To accommodate more people using picnic blankets or puffs is a perfect idea, as long as this suits the audience´s style. In this case, the “Cult Screens” outdoor cinema combined different types of seats to offer more alternatives according to the taste of the spectators.

4. Westonbirt House, England

AIRSCREEN Westbirt HousePhoto: The Lost Cinema

This house located at outside of Tetbury in England, is one of the architectural and historical treasures of the country. Westonbirt House is today a school surrounded by large and beautiful gardens.

Currently the viewers of “The Lost Cinema” can enjoy the cinema in front of a beautiful architectural jewel in the middle of nature.

5. Lübeck,  Germany

Open_Air_Kino_Abend_Leinwand_Schiff_Zuschauer_Himmel_01___c__Olaf_MalzahnPhoto: Open Air Kino unterm Ostseehimmel Travemünde

Located on the North Sea, this outdoor cinema combines the charms of the beach and the harbor. Enjoying outdoor movies with boats moving through the ocean as your backdrop create an unparalleled atmosphere.

Open-Air-Feuerwerk-2-cine starPhoto: Open Air Kino unterm Ostseehimmel Travemünde

Do you need ideas to close the night? Fireworks combine wonderfully with a starry sky and will undoubtedly remain in the memory of all the spectators.

6. Aconcagua, Argentina

aconcaguaPhoto: Megacine Audiovisuales

Reelrock is the highest climbing film festival in the world. It displays a selection of films that viewers literally enjoy at the high altitudes: In this case the group watch the movies at 4300m in the Aconcagua, world icon of adventure. With 6960m, this is the highest mountain in the world outside of Asia and the highest point in the southern hemisphere.

Aconcagua_AIRSCREENPhoto: Megacine Audiovisuales

The entrance to the Aconcagua Reel Rock was free. The movies were about the experiences of great climbers, their experiences, the landscapes and its diverse cultures.

For events like this, AIRSCREEN is also the ideal companion due to its light weight and its ease of installation.

7. Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), Norway

The Pulpit Rock in Forsand featured in Mission Impossible movie, Norway - 01 Aug 2018Photo: Paramount Pictures

Definitely one of 2018 highlights.  This year at Pulpit Rock, 2000 intrepid adventurers walked for 4 hours to watch the premiere of the movie Mission Impossible: Fallout. Viewers enjoyed this Tom Cruise movie exactly in one of the places where the final scenes were filmed.

AIRSCREEN missio impossiblePhoto: Paramount Pictures

To make this event possible, the AIRSCREEN movie equipment was transported by  helicopter. Similarly to the Reel Rock Festival, the AIRSCREEN inflatable screens facilitated to create what would normally be considered impossible.

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