How are movie screens constructed and what is involved in set up?

Giggling Geckos Pop Up Cinema Hire movie screens are of an unusual construction, with the main frame being made from heavy duty PVC and inflatable, much like a jumping castle. The screens themselves are cinema quality projection surfaces, also made from PVC.

Screens are available as front projection (great for tight areas or up against buildings) or rear projection (ideal for ovals and large open spaces). 

The screen is inflated by a blower that is powered by regular 240v electricity and once inflated is secured by guy ropes, weighted down with water drums on each corner or pegs into the ground. Consequently, we do not make an impact on the environment we operate in, leaving only memories of a fantastic event behind.

When deflated, the entire frame and screen fold up into a large box which is easily carried in a vehicle or trailer, making it possible to take the screen to remote and unusual locations.

Set up takes under one hour and is easily managed by two people.