8K Special Screening by NHK - in cooperation with European Film Market EFM

As exclusive partner of the 8K technology focus, the public Japanese broadcaster NHK presents a series of film productions as excerpts screened in a 33 million pixels resolution displayed on a 200 inch screen while surrounded by a three-dimensional, 22.2 multichannel sound system. Find out more about 8K, the new ultra high definition approach to the television industry.

Imagine 16 times HD resolution and experience a new reality!

Organised in cooperation with the European Film Market, delegates of the EFM are invited to a special screening providing an exclusive synopsis over all 8K-films produced by NHK.

Registered Avant Première participants enjoy 8K film screenings by NHK throughout the event.
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EFM delegates attend the Special Screening for free!

On Monday 13 Feb 2017, 20:30 – 21:30, EFM delegates can attend the 8K Special Screening for free on presentation of an EFM Badge. Seats at the 8K Special are limited and subject to availability. In order to attend please register at programme@avantpremiere.at.

Monday 13 Feb 201720:30 - 21:30Scandic Hotel Potsdamer Platz,
Tech Area

EFM European Film Market Cooperation Ticket

EFM Market Badge and Multiple Day Pass holders can purchase a Day Pass for Avant Première for 85 EUR. Avant Première Festival Pass and Day Pass holders can visit the EFM on one day of choice for 50 EUR. This offer accounts on one day per event only and can not be used repeatedly.


8K meets Art (5’)

You can fully appreciate masterpieces of Oriental art.

Art of the Musee du Louvre (10’)

This is a completely innovative way to view art. A curator reported that he could appreciate the paintings he sees everyday in a totally new light.

Mount Fuji (5’)

A photographer specialising in photos of Mount Fuji commented that even pictures taken with a digital camera look more alive than ever thanks to 8K technology.

Drama Series Moribito (4’)

On 8K, its visual effects are stunning.

Space Journey (5’)

Thanks to computer graphics using high-quality images from NASA, you feel as if you are actually landing on Mars!

The Hiroshima A-Bomb (10’)

Personal items that tell a story.


Mahler’s Symphony No.3

Performed by the NHK Symphony Orchestra conducted by Paavo Jarvi.

The Sound of Soul

Faure’s Requiem performed in the Sagrada Familia. You can enjoy the splendid acoustics of the famous church.


A dance performance accompanied by Japanese drumming with spectacular bass.

Jazz in NY

Enjoy both the sounds of jazz and thrilling night views of New York.

Beethoven’s Symphony No.2

Conducted by Seiji Ozawa.

Netrebko in Tokyo

A concert of opera arias performed by superstar Anna Netrebko with her wonderful velvety voice.

Aomori Nebuta Matsuri

One of the largest traditional Japanese summer festivals.