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Christopher Nolan's action triller about the WWII story commonly known as The Miracle at Dunkirk. July 21, 2017.

IMAX Locations and Info Thread

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Pratham wrote:Is there a list or something of active and proposed locations?

Australia, Victoria, Melbourne – Melbourne Museum, Carlton
Canada, Alberta, Edmonton – Telus World of Science
Canada, British Columbia, Victoria – National Geographic Theatre, Royal British Columbia Museum
Canada, Ontario, Sudbury – Science North
Canada, Ontario, Toronto – Scotiabank Theatre Toronto 14
China, Dongguan – Wanda Cinema
China, Harbin – Tailai Time Cinema
China, Kunming – PanXing Dadu LLC Cinema
China, Shenyang – IMAX Theatre, Liaoning Science & Technology
France, Marne-la-Vallée – Gaumont Disney Village
France, Montpellier – Gaumont Montpellier Multiplexe
France, Poitiers – Futuroscope
France, Toulon – Pathé La Valette
Germany, Berlin – CineStar IMAX im Sony Center
Germany, Karlsruhe – Filmpalast am ZKM IMAX
Germany, Sinsheim – Auto & Technik Museum
India, Kolkata – PVR IMAX – Manisquare Mall (opening soon)
Japan, Osaka – 109 Cinemas Osaka-Expocity
New Zealand, Auckland, IMAX, Event Cinemas Queen Street
Russia, Moscow, Formula Kino Kutuzovskiy Mastercard IMAX Laser
Taiwan, Taipei – Miramar IMAX Cinemas
United Arab Emirates, Dubai – Vox Cinemas, Mall of the Emirates
UK, London – Empire, Leicester Square
UK, Sheffield – Cineworld Valley Centertainment
USA, Hollywood – TCL Chinese Theatre
USA, Los Angeles – AMC Universal CityWalk Stadium 19
USA, San Francisco – AMC Metreon 16
USA, District of Columbia, Washington, D.C. – Lockheed Martin IMAX Theater, National Air and Space Museum
USA, Massachusetts Reading – Jordan's IMAX
USA, Missouri, Branson – Ozarks Discovery IMAX
USA, New York – AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13
USA, Tennessee, Chattanooga – Tennessee Aquarium
USA, Virginia, Chantilly – Airbus IMAX Theater, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
USA, Washington, Seattle – Boeing IMAX, Pacific Science Center
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:thumbup:

Not yet in Mumbai :( , fingers crossed
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Nomis wrote:
antovolk wrote:
Nomis wrote:Is Laser still something only used in the US and UK? Really hope some theaters in my country will start using it... Even though there haven't been any 15/70mm IMAX screens here, only digital ones. But that doesn't prevent from the Laser technology to work tho right?


I'm pretty sure there's a 70mm IMAX in Berlin that uses laser, Australia too and so on. Having a 1.9:1 digital IMAX screen with laser projection will improve the image quality but not the aspect ratio as the screen is still 1.9

Well Berlin is pretty far away from me lol but cool that they seem to have laser.


That's awesome for me, Berlin is less than 300km away. :D
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Nice, but I'll be more than happy to see this in 70mm in Amsterdam, very nearby.
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Amsterdam would be relatively near by, if I would still be living close to the german-dutch border, but not anymore :cry:
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Oh that's a pity.

I plan to go on a big ass holiday next summer. Think I can squeeze London in there as well, would like to see this at the BFI as well :P
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I'm wondering if there are still IMAX cinemas left in Europe which don't project films only digitally.
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Dobson wrote:I'm wondering if there are still IMAX cinemas left in Europe which don't project films only digitally.

There are, in France, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
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Lord Shade wrote:
Dobson wrote:I'm wondering if there are still IMAX cinemas left in Europe which don't project films only digitally.

There are, in France, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

In the Netherlands we have one 70mm IMAX I think, but only nature documentaries are screened there. So practically we only have digital IMAX's too.
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But that's the Omniversum in Den Haag, which is like a dome. I think the only time a feature film was shown in such a screen which was also partially shot with IMAX camera's was TDKR somewhere in the US lol but they don't do that here.

The Eye museum in Amsterdam North has a 70mm projector (big screen, but not IMAX). I watched The Hateful Eight there earlier this year and it was glorious

I'm sure they'll get a 70mm print of Dunkirk and I'll undoubtedly see it there!
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