Eat|See|Hear is an outdoor event series bringing movie lovers and food enthusiasts together. In several locations around Los Angeles movies are shown on the largest outdoor movie screen on the west coast. In front of the three stories tall and 52 feet wide inflatable screen Californian bands are playing prior to the screenings. Also starring: new food trucks every week.
With tons of special food and such outstanding movies like Raiders of the lost Ark, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Pulp Fiction or Breakfast Club Eat|See|Hear invites you to lean back and relax. In fact it is better than a picnic and you don’t even have to bring a basket with you!
Photo credit: Lisa Rose Photography LLC
Tickets and information: http://eatseehear.com/
The Guadalajara International Film Festival (FICG) is a big cultural event for the city of Guadalajara and Mexico as well, because it is the most important cinematographic event in Latin America. Over 900 movies from México, Latin America and the rest of the world are competing.
It is a festival made by all and for all. That is the reason why the festival is designed for the viewers to enjoy a variety of activities. Among other things an inflatable screen brings free outdoor screenings to the people during the festival. Beautiful places host outdoor movie nights and show classic movies on a 30 feet wide mobile cinema screen.
Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner is one of the most successful female mountain climbers worldwide. Her husband Ralf Dujmovits was the first German to scale all of the infamous 8,000m mountain peaks worldwide. The pair gave a multimedia presentation in front of the ‚Holzeralm’ mountain range. The couple used an inflatable screen for their presentation and this meant that the enchanted viewers were able to watch the presentation on best quality screen technology, high in the mountains of Austria.
The presentation aptly named ‚ Passion 8000 – depth everywhere’ was presented by the couple. Of special interest were the background histories, which gave the audience the opportunity to really hear about what it takes to be an extreme climber. What made the presentation so worth seeing was the fact that the pair also showed the setbacks they incurred, not only the positive aspects. The setbacks included some near death experiences, which the couple were able to talk about and entertain their audience with.
Photos: ©Jack Haijes, Weinmeisterstraße 9, 4560 Kirchdorf/Krems, Austria
Further photo galleries. http://www.gerlinde.at/fotos2/index_7.html
Further Information on the technology used: www.airscreen.at
The first Orange Cinema Tour took place throughout the summer in seven cities across Moldova. The event was organized by Orange Moldova and many spectators came to the open-air cinema screenings. Great French cinema classics starring Louis de Funès, Pierre Richard and others were shown on a 30’ x 17’ tall inflatable movie screen.
All screenings were completely free. An enormous crowd of cinema enthusiasts spent a memorable time beneath the stars. Before the screenings, which began at nightfall, spectators were also kept entertained by various activities organized by Orange Moldova.
One of the world’s largest open-air cinemas has opened its doors in the Spanish capital of Madrid. The gigantic inflatable screen construction measuring an enormous 28m x 16m ensures that the best view is guaranteed in every seat in the house. Whether it be current blockbusters such as Marvel’s ‘The Avengers’ or classics such as the ‘Godfather’, film-lovers are guaranteed a great show whatever the film.
In the idyllic Parque Enrique Tierno Galván not only will you find great cinema, but also a number of musicians and bands who are also in attendance to ensure that post film, the party keeps on going. Food and drinks are also there in abundance. With all of that on offer what is there to stop you? The Madrid open-air cinema is open until the start of August.
Dokufest, The International Documentary and Short Film Festival, is Kosovo’s premier film festival. The Festival is organized in July in the picturesque and historical town of Prizren which attracts numerous international and regional artists.
In this annually organized festival films are screened twice a day in three open air cinemas as well as in two regular cinemas. Except for its films, the festival is also well-known for lively nights after the screening. Various events happen within the scope of the festival: workshops, DokuPhoto exhibitions, festival camping, concerts, which altogether turn the city into a charming place to be.
Photos: Tobias Strahl