TechCrunch article Posted May 15, 2018 11:02:56Filmmakers will soon be able to get their Urine Protective Film (UPI) protection film into the hands of filmmakers to help protect their work, in an attempt to prevent the spread of the virus.
The UPI film, which is also used for window coverings, has been around for decades, but the virus is making it harder for filmmakers to use it.
It is still possible to use the film in the film lab, though.
The company that makes the film, Filmmax, has recently introduced the UPI Filmic, a small screen film which can be inserted into the film and can be used to protect the film from virus exposure.
The new Filmic film will be available in the US beginning May 24, though it is not available to the public yet.
Filmmaking is still in its infancy, and there is a lot of work to be done, but Filmmacres plans to offer the film as soon as it is ready.
Filmmax said the UPD-2U film will come in four different versions.
The first is the regular UPI.
The second is a film made from UPI, with a coating that is designed to prevent viruses from entering the film.
The third and final film is a mix of UPI and regular UPD.
Filmic says it will be making UPD versions of its Filmic and Filmic Pro products, and they will be sold separately.
Filmax is also working on a Filmic UV Filmic Film, a film that has UV-absorbing properties and is made from UV-resistant film, so that it will not interfere with film applications.
Filmatic says the UV Filmic will be offered in early 2018.
Filmed on the U.S. market, Filmic UPI is currently in development for use in the United Kingdom.
Films that are designed for use on the EU market have not been developed yet.