About a year ago, the movie staff of “Mission Impossible: Fallout” filmed during 9 days the final scenes at one of the most visited places in Norway: Preikestolen. This place is where the impressive final confrontation between Cruise’s spy, Ethan Hunt, and Henry Cavill’s killer, August Walker, takes place. Although the actor Tom Cruise could not attend the premiere he thanked his fans for attending and regretted not being able to be there through a Twitter post.
On August 1, 2018, 2000 lucky and adventurous fans walked 4 hours to watch “Mission Impossible: Fallout” and possibly live the most extraordinary movie night. The audience had the opportunity to see in person one of the places where Cruise made some of his intrepid acrobatics that are characterized by defying death. After the end of the screening, the mission continued, as all the 2000 spectators walked back in the darkness using head lamps.
A 12m x 6m AIRSCREEN classic was used for this event and was epically transported in a helicopter to Preikestolen. The characteristics of the original inflatable screen made this event possible, as it is rolled up for transport and easily installed in about 3 hours, making what some would consider “mission impossible” actually possible: Watching movies at the imposing Norwegian fjords.
Foto: Paramount Pictures
Preikestolen is one of the most visited attractions in the county of Rogaland in eastern Norway, and one of the most spectacular photographic locations in the country. Not for nothing has it been named one of the most spectacular view points in the world by CNN Go and Lonely Planet. To reach the famous rock of Preikestolen, located on the Lysefjord east of Norway, people must hike 4 hours to climb 350m and travel approximately 7.5 km away. (Visit Norway, 2018)
AIRSCREEN supports you in all your “impossible missions” to spread the magic of outdoor cinema. We also want to congratulate our partner Unique Digital Nordic for such a spectacular event.
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If you are thinking about starting your own business: How about starting an outdoor movie company?
You like to travel? Perfect! There are so many opportunities to bring open air cinema to people:
Establish a theater in rural areas where no cinemas exist anymore
Movie Nights for hotels on the beach or at the pool
Backyard cinema in beautiful gardens
Pop-up cinema in unusual places – let environment and movie become one
Drive-in cinema for nostalgic cinema experience
Offer an outdoor video game experience on a screen bigger than all of your living room walls
Start a travelling cinema and bring movies to schools, cities and communities
And there are so many more ideas not created yet, it gives you free rein to your creativity! The best about this: it is pretty easy to install our plug and play products. AIRSCREEN complete outdoor cinema systems are starting at affordable 5,190 EUR (5,600 USD). An inflatable movie screen, full HD projector and a professional sound system – all you need is included.
To help you grow your mobile cinema business you will also gain leads from us. It’s a proven business model and it successfully works in many countries worldwide.
There is no experience necessary to go ahead. Get started and join the AIRSCREEN family – use our knowledge, support and marketing material. Learn from our partners worldwide how to organize, promote and establish your own event company.
If you are still unsure take a look at our “People behind AIRSCREEN” section to learn about our partners and how they started their open air cinema business.
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Everybody knows and loves the travelling cinemas as a special form of outdoor cinema. However a cinema only powered by the sun is an unique experience – both for attendees and staff. Dutch filmmaker Maureen Prins started the Solar Cinema in the Netherlands in 2006 to bring unseen films to unusual places and to promote the use of renewable energy.
Whether parks, local squares, locations on the beach or even gravel pits – there are no limitations for such a mobile cinema. Especially with their inflatable movie screens the set-up is very easy and the whole stuff can be carried in a small car.
In 2010 the new brand ECOCINEMA was created to internationalize the project. Nowadays ECOCINEMA is travelling around Mexico, Chile, Uruguay, Brasil or Ecuador and there are many more to come in 2015.
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The DIFF is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and is predicting its most extravagant show yet. From the 6th-14th December 2013, Dubai becomes a hotbed of international movies and film stars as the world comes to celebrate the movies of the year and some very special premieres as well. Not only is the festival an excellent opportunity to promote Arab Cinema but is now considered to be one of the leading film festivals in the world.
174 films and documentaries will be shown during the festival at a number of venues all over Dubai. As well as this, there is an awards ceremony with A-list movie stars such as Martin Sheen and Cate Blanchett in attendance during the festival. One of the stand out venues though is at Burj Park in downtown Dubai where a free event called Screen on the Green is taking place. On a giant 20m x 10m (66ft x 33ft) inflatable movie screen over 1,000 guests will be able to enjoy the magic of film at the foot of the world’s largest building the Burj Khalifa. Films from the Arab world and further afield will be shown here from the 6th-14th December on the AIRSCREEN.
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!
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.
Set against the spectacular backdrop of Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, The Galileo invites Cape Town locals and visitors to a memorable movie experience under a ceiling of stars. Cape Town’s only outdoor cinema uses an inflatable screen with a rear-projection surface to show a movie once a week.
Besides price-winning documentaries like “Food Inc.” or famous foreign films like “City of God”, visitors can watch some of their all-time favorites: “Forrest Gump”, “Pulp Fiction” or “E.T.” – just to name a few. Delicious snacks are also offered, blankets and chairs can be hired.
More information about the Galileo can be found here