VENICE, ITALY – 09-07-2017 (Press Release Jet) — Leading cinema screen technology company, Galalite, is pleased to announce the use of Galalite screens for the preview of Dunkirk at the Arsenale di Venice.

Directed by celebrated director Christopher Nolan, Dunkirk is a tale about the heroic Dunkirk evacuation by the British Army, seen from the perspectives of “Land, Air and Sea”. The setting of the preview in the city of Venice, between land, air and sea was also selected for the same reason. As the film has very little dialogue, the need for a screen that would showcase the director’s visual vision was extremely critical. Galalite fulfilled this role with great success. This triumph is yet another feather in Galalite’s much-decorated cap. 

Speaking on the occasion, Siranush Hovhanissyan- Head of Sales, said, “Being chosen as the screen partners for the Dunkirk screening is a great honor for us. This success demonstrates that the exceptional picture quality, clarity and value-for-money of our screens are being appreciated worldwide.”

About Galalite:

Galalite®, is the flagship brand of GTC industries which manufactures the widest range of innovative Projection Screen surfaces across the world.

A family owned business since inception in 1959, and head-quartered in Mumbai, Galalite® has emerged as one of the largest suppliers of screens to Exhibitors worldwide.

Galalite’s specialized screen surfaces range from Gain Screens for digital compliant cinema systems to the latest 3D technology Silver Screens, from large format screens for Cinema Theatres / Large Events to Home Theatre Screens.

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Full Name: Yusuf Galabhaiwala
Phone: +919820836282
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