Outdoor Movies served as a cinema services projector and screen provider at the Maryland Film Festival in Baltimore May 6-10, providing digital cinema projection equipment and installation for several indoor theatres throughout the city. Venues included The Walters Art Museum, MICA’s Brown Center, and Single Carrot Theatre among others.
Our expert engineering team set up movie screens, projection, and sound equipment in preparation for the diverse array of films presented by Maryland Film Festival. The lineup included an advance screening of Digging for Fire, directed by Joe Swanberg, as well as a showing of Killer Joe, directed by William Friedkin with a special presentation by John Waters. To take full advantage of visual and acoustic effects, we made sure that the projection technology was perfectly adjusted to the screen, and that the volume and placement of the speakers were just right. The Outdoor Movies team made several run-throughs at each of the venues just before show time to make sure that all equipment was effective and operational.
The Maryland Film Festival was a wonderful celebration of feature-length films and shorts from all over the world. It was also a great opportunity for us at Outdoor Movies to show that our expertise lies not only in outdoor projection systems, but also in indoor screenings as well. We look forward the 2016 edition to the Maryland Film festival series.
Here’s to a successful kickoff to film festival season!