Sony Digital Cinema Supports Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2013

on July 01, 2013
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Basingstoke -- Sony Digital Cinema has announced it is supporting Czech Republic's biggest film industry event of 2013, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (KVIFF). The event, one of the largest of its kind is the most important film event in Central and Eastern Europe and will take place from June 28 to July 6. Sony will be supporting the festival by showcasing a variety of cinema technology including its new 4K digital projector.

Attracting film industry representatives and press from all around the world, KVIFF 2013 is a key event in the European cinema industry calendar. Guests at this year's show will have the opportunity to experience first-hand the immersive quality of 4K technology, with a number of studios, distributors and Sony partners showing 2D content using Sony's SRX-R515 and SRX-R320 allowing event-goers to experience the very highest picture quality and viewer experience.

Oliver Pasch, Sales Director of Sony Digital Cinema, Sony Europe, said: "Karlovy Vary International Film Festival attracts industry delegates from over 18 countries around the world. This is a chance for the film community to come together and share industry advances. The 4K message is likely to be a core theme of this year's event. KVIFF will provide an opportunity to showcase Sony's 4K successes to the industry, and for others to experience the superior picture quality provided by 4K projection."

Petr Lintimer, Production Manager, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (KVIFF) said: "I am very happy that the majority of the films during the Karlovy Vary Film Fest will be screened on Sony 4K projectors to deliver the best available cinema experience to the audience. We (KVIFF) have been working together with Sony and Sony Digital Cinema integrator ALTEI since 2006 and we (KVIFF) are grateful for Sony and ALTEI's technical support and expertise."

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