Colored Film

Colored films without the mirror effect can be used to replace colored transparent glass with an unnoticeable difference.

They effectively reduce glare and visual exposure of the interior. Blue films (often installed in waterworks) inhibit the growth of algae and plants, which lead to the degradation of drinking water. Colored films are also commonly installed in glass ceilings, hotel lobbies, and historical buildings such as churches. Furthermore they are used for backdrops in film and theatre and serve as an integral part in making animated films or when creating special effects.