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Latest Innovations showcased on exclusive Cinematography World pavilion at IBC

Sep 1, 2023

Cinematography World will be present at IBC this year and are inviting everyone attending to visit the pavilion.

The pavilion will play host to a number of International companies that will be supporting the CW pavilion and showing some of their latest products and technologies.

In addition you can meet the team behind the global magazine and subscribe for a free digital copy.

We will be located in Hall 12 on stand 12.G71 and we would be delighted to meet you so please do visit us for a drink and to network with our CW Pavilion sponsors. To find out more about the magazine and the companies that are working with us to deliver the pavilion at IBC please see below:

K5600 Lighting Europe/One Stop

31-year-old K5600 Lighting Europe is launching a new sister company: One Stop. As well as developing new rental products, One Stop will handle sales and rental (to rental companies only) of Jokers and Alphas as well as some unique products for EMEA for Performing Rig, Rubylight and depending on territories for Chimera, Dop Choice, Powergems, Daylight, Grip and textiles, Matthews and Litemover. 

K5600’s Marc Galerne commented:

“We decided to take part in the CW pavilion because we were enthusiastic about the idea of joining other companies which are driven with by the same passion for the industry. It’s our great pleasure to be neighbours to Desisti, Rosco, and Lightbridge which we’ve known for a long time and with the ones we do not know yet. Adding expertise is always mutually beneficial.”

Kemama GmbH

As a startup that develops, produces, sells and leases mobile hybrid power supplies for film and TV productions, events and other mobile applications, Kemama will showcase its Film Hybrid 30/60 electric vehicle and mobile power supply. The Film Hybrid 30/60 can be used as a Class A UPS, including for emergency lighting, or a public address system at events.

Rosco

Rosco, a leading manufacturer of entertainment lighting solutions, will be showcasing its new DMG Lion LED Fresnel. This powerful, 13-inch, 1,000-watt LED Fresnel is the newest member of Rosco’s DMG Lighting range of fixtures for the film, TV, and broadcast industries. Rosco will have their DMG Lion and other DMG Lighting fixtures on display at stand 12G71 inside the Cinematography World pavilion. 

DMG Lion

The team at Rosco is excited to work with Cinematography World to share their unique lighting solutions with the cinematographers, gaffers, and other lighting professionals attending IBC 2023.

Lightbridge

Addressing the needs of rentals to purchase spare reflectors at a discounted price, Lightbridge has launched a new website that focuses on fast tracking spare part orders. To give rentals the opportunity to upload their Lightbridge gear to the support website, it will automatically list the right spare parts for different versions, supporting rentals all the way. Additionally, the website offers rental house focused videos for servicing and supporting technicians in handling Precision Reflectors. 

Forty One Thirty

Forty One Thirty (4130) will be launching its new collaboration between itself and FilmSticks with the world’s first custom all weather resin sticks. Not only is this the first time customers will be able to order resin sticks with their own custom design chevrons but the company has also brought another game changer to the industry with its “Hexatite Technology”. No longer will users have the nightmare and mess of having to use tape to attach the sticks to their boards, now they can simply slide the board in and nip tight the 1.5mm hex grub screws to securely fasten the board in place. It’s as simple as that.

Steven Aitchison of 4130 commented:

“The reason we chose to exhibit at the CW Pavilion at IBC 2023 is simply because the team at SCS has made the process so easy and the experience I had at CineGear 2023 in LA was amazing. It was worth every penny and we can’t wait to show at IBC!”

FilmSticks

Filmsticks designs and manufactures the highest quality all-weather clapperboard sticks, slates and accessories for the film industry. Its line of lightweight, resin sticks have been dubbed a game changer by professional camera assistants. Filmsticks resin sticks were created by established clapper loaders and have been developed over years of testing on the world’s most influential film sets.

Filmsticks will be exhibiting its general accessories used by ACs worldwide, including its industry standard clapper sticks, ClapperBoard Kits, TPU FCASE pouches, T-handle screwdrivers for all camera plates, T-marker kits for camera and actor/talent marks, hex key kits, cable ties and more.

In addition, FilmSticks is also showing the new concept hinge design to allow camera assistants to attach a clapperboard behind their back whilst working on set and keeping their hands free.  Designed by Max Graham, this system works with Filmsticks Medium and Small Sticks (and will be compatible with its new collaborative product with 4130), and has already been used on many production sets.

Filmstick’s Anthony Wong commented:

“The choice to exhibit with the CW Pavilion was an easy decision.  Having worked well with the team at Cinegear Hollywood earlier in 2023, we have found that as a camera accessories supplier with direct input from 1st and 2nd ACs, our experience is enhanced when working within a larger stand area with like-minded brand owners.  Not only do we engage with a wider audience, we are also able share ideas and complement the companies being represented on the CW Pavilion. “

De Sisti

De Sisti is a leading worldwide manufacturer for lighting & rigging systems in the professional industry since 1982.

With a strong emphasis on craftsmanship and performance, the company has been responsible for numerous major technological advances both in the electromechanical and photometric areas of luminaire development. In recent years the company has decided to pay great attention to the environment, and has switched all of its products from traditional lamps to LED fixtures, and fitted all of them with High Efficiency Solid State Sources. 

Headquartered in Rome, Italy, the company presently operates in 30 countries around the world. This extensive network enables the Company to provide unmatched levels of service and customer support while maintaining its leadership position on the creative advancement of the art of Lighting. 

Its range can meet all kinds of requirements including fresnels, Softlights, Spacelights, “The Muses of Light” and so much more. 

To visit the Cinematography World pavilion at IBC, register for IBC now at https://show.ibc.org/ where you can also sign up for your free digital subscription to Cinematography World.

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