Euro Cine Expo brings cutting edge Film technology to Munich

Euro Cine Expo brings cutting edge Film technology to Munich

Euro Cine Expo has been launched by SCS Exhibitions, after extensive research and requests from the European Film and TV industry for a new, exciting and innovative event.

The team from SCS Exhibitions have been assisting UK companies in reaching global markets for over 25 years. Working with hundreds of UK companies in managing and coordinating their participation at key Global events, conferences and Trade Shows

This European event is a must attend for everyone involved in the Cinematography, TV, and Film sector – The event features Exhibits, Seminars, Roundtables, Screenings and Networking. The dates coincide with the Munich Film Festival, adding another dynamic to your experience.

A comprehensive programme of Seminars, Roundtable and Presentations are being planned for the two days of the event. Movie Makers News will post full details on the site as soon as they are announced.

 

The listed Zenith cultural hall, a former iron workshop, was built between 1916 and 1918 by order of King Ludwig III of Bavaria. Constructed by Krupp, this historic industrial building served various purposes through the decades, first as the press workshop of the Krupp cannon works, then as a boiler forge of the German Imperial Railways, and later as a locomotive repair shop of the Federal Railways and a suburban railway repair workshop.

The Zenith, which has made a name for itself far beyond Munich as a concert and event hall, is a jewel among Munich’s venues for events, shows, concerts, trade fairs, and much more besides, on account of its special architectural features.

“Euro Cine Expo is not just a trade exhibition” Says Rob Saunders of SCS. “We are bringing together the European film & TV world, and we have fantastic food vendors, bars and some very special entertainment planned for the evenings!”

Some of the Biggest players in the Global Film and Television industry will be exhibiting, including ARRI, Cartoni, The Grip Factory, Sony and many more. This show looks like it is going to be a must for the Film exhibition calendar this year and hopefully for many years to come.

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