Galalite, India’s leading cinema screen technology company is proud to announce that going forward, all its screens will be equipped with LENSRAY, its visual noise reducing technology.
Imagine the sound of silence in the theatre when you’re watching a silent film. Imagine that moment when the audience remains unmoving and pays undivided attention to what they’re watching.
While some movies pass more than just the test of time, others are slowly (or rather quickly) forgotten. So, what is it that makes a movie great? Actors? Maybe, but not always.
A comfortable seat, popcorn, cola and your lover by the side - Is that all you need for a perfect movie viewing experience? Reading this blog is sure to give you second thoughts. So fasten your seatbelts as we’re quickly going to tour 7 of the world's coolest movie theaters, each offering a unique experience to its audience.
19 days. 1 World Premier. And 24 other movie screenings - The 6th Protaras Summer Film Festival was a celebration of cinema, indeed! When you’re talking about celebrating cinema, movies and movie screenings, you can’t NOT talk about Galalite, right?
Galalite, India’s leading cinema screen technology company’s second appearance at CineEurope 2018 was just as successful as the first one. And this time, they came with a theme that was in-line with their marketing campaign of 2018 - “Reinventing Imagination”.
Unlike our homes, Cinema screens do not require regular cleaning if the environment is clean and dust-free. But we all know that dust and dirt find their way to us from just about anywhere.
Leaders in cinema screen technologies, Galalite, recently unveiled its marketing campaign for 2018. The campaign reiterates the company’s place in the forefront of innovation in the cinema screen industry.
The mouthwatering smell. The crunchy bite. The salty kick. The buttery finish. Oh yes, we’re talking about our favourite moviegoing snack : the popcorn. Why is it that we feast our taste buds on these crisp kernels (clubbed with a cola, ofcourse!) while our eyes feast on the big screen?