June 18, 2019
BARCELONA, Spain – Global leaders in screen technology, Harkness Screens, announced its partnership with Indonesia based Cinema XXI introducing a highly engaging and best-in-class cinematic experience with its Perlux HiWhite screen.
Harkness Screens had installed over 170 Perlux HiWhite 1.4 gain screens across Cinema XXI.
The screen continues to be the screen of choice by exhibitors worldwide for 2D and active 3D cinema.
Backed with Cinema XXI’s laser projection system, viewers will experience films just as film makers intended where the project would be carried out by Jakarta based PT.Megatech Engineering.
Perlux HiWhite is known to improve presentation quality and reduce operating costs.
It offers picture presentation with outstanding brightness, rich colours and deep darks to every seat in the house.
Its unique coating technology places it as the most preferred and highly recommended screen for laser projection setups across the world.
The chief executive officer and president director of Cinema XXI, Hans Gunadi said, “We have been partnering with Harkness Screens for more than two decades and we are very happy and satisfied with Harkness’ Perlux HiWhite screen quality, it’s technology and after sales service.”
On being the partner of choice for Cinema XXI the senior vice president-Asia Harkness Screens, Preetham Daniel told that at Harkness they had been partners to various industry stakeholders.
“This has helped us understand the industry’s requirements, and provide solutions that enhance presentation quality efficiently over the years. The cinema industry in Indonesia is highly evolved with consumer expectations increasing by the day.
“Cinema XXI is one of Indonesia’s key cinema chains and one that believes in harnessing the benefits of innovation in cinema technology.
“It is our constant endeavour to continue to innovate and provide the industry and movie goers an experience that they will always return for.”
Meanwhile, the global chief executive officer of Harkness Screens, Mark Ashcroft, told that the screen happened to be the most important aspect in a cinematic environment and the experience of a viewer was entirely dependent on the quality of a screen.
Harkness was one of the few global companies that had been constantly investing in R&D and innovating to provide screens that were developed on cutting-edge technology to ensure the viewing experience was life like, he said. -Bernama