KEM Studiotechnik is located in Hamburg, Germany. It has a rich tradition of quality and innovation in the design and manufacturing of film editing and inspection tables. For over 45 years KEM products preserve our valuable film heritage.
Since the seminal editing of Michael Wadleigh’s split-screen film “Woodstock” in 1970, using a KEM-Universal-8-plate equipped with three picture modules, the designs of KEM have always been at the forefront of motion picture editing.
The KEM products are spread worldwide as far away as Channon in Northern NSW Australia where the K800 that edited Peter Weir’s “Dead Poets Society” (by the help of William Anderson) in the 80s is still running.
Now, in this times of digital cinema the value of analogue film assets in film archives will doubtlessly increase within the next decades.
At the same time there are incredible new capabilities and chances in digitalization, media and globalization nowadays.