Volume 9, Issue 2                        March/April 2005


A Publication for the Entire Film Industry

As Seen on TV:
Window film makes its prime-time television debut on the hit show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Two window film companies have been involved in builds on the show and Window Film magazine has their stories here – along with information on how you can get involved.

Film Birds:
The use of window film on the windshields of military helicopters made news across the country. What the reading public didn’t get was the story behind the story: controversy and proprietary lawsuits are looming between those involved in the project. Window Film magazine has the inside scoop.

Working Side by Side:
Working with contract glazing companies can be a lucrative partnership, as one company in Chicago can attest. Window Film magazine profiles the success story here.

Protecting Pensacola:
In the wake of the very active and destructive 2004 hurricane season, Window Film magazine checked in with one locality’s window film dealers to see how they are preparing for the 2005 season.

  Departments & Columns 

Dear Reader—Editor’s Letter

IWFA Update—IWFA Presidential Notes

Newsworthy—Industry News 

Dear Window Film—Letters to the Editor

Noteworthy—New Products and Services

Back Page—Film in the News 


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