White Rear Projection Film
Very similar to our gray rear film, our White Rear Projection Film is more opaque, which helps make the images more uniform when paired with brighter projectors. Projected images will be slightly dimmer than gray rear film but more even in light distribution, making it a great choice in dark environments.
Getting your hands on a giant piece of material to use as a screen is one thing, but actually getting it hung up somewhere is another. We offer our White Rear Film with finished edges and grommets to make that as easy as possible. With finished edges, you can easily grab the screen with a bungee, wire, hook, or anything else to make hanging a very large projector screen a breeze!
Sizes and Packaging
Our materials are available in a number of standard sizes that should fit most applications. Raw cuts are measured by the inch while finished sizes are measured by the foot. On raw sizes we'll generally make the cuts an inch or two larger than listed, and for finished sizes, you'll want to consult the specifications for the exact total and viewable dimensions.
Need something else? We can get you just about anything you want. Just let us know what you're looking for and we'll see what we can do!
We generally recommend ordering your material rolled when possible to make installation easier. However, on larger screens or those with finished borders, this isn't always practical. You can opt to have foldable materials sent in a box to save on packaging and freight to keep shipping affordable on your DIY projector screen material.
Bring the big screen to your next block party, city-sponsored movie night, or to the new home theater in your basement with Carl's Projection Screen Materials — whether you're a seasoned DIY projection screen builder or a first-timer looking to build your own portable outdoor projection screen in your backyard.
Get your projection screen material selection right and you'll be grabbing for the popcorn in no time (or the tissue — these have been featured at many weddings).
Feel free to check out our guide here to help you select the best material for your environment's lighting (from pitch black all the way up to moderate ambient light).