The second of IBC’s special movie screenings is tonight in the Auditorium, at the IBC Big Screen Experience, and once more all of the remarkable technological advances are brought into play. The New York Post called it “two hours of breathless drama” – tonight’s movie is this summer’s blockbuster Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Following Saturday’s screening of Life of Pi, you will once again have the chance to be among the first to see a full-length feature film in high-brightness 3D. The IBC Big Screen has been fitted out with a Christie 6P 2D and 3D laser projectors and Dolby Atmos audio.
This really is the state of the art in digital cinema, and the first time anywhere that all this technology has been brought together to screen a movie. The IBC Technical team has worked with Christie, Dolby Labs and QSC to bring it all together, and their generous support is warmly acknowledged.
So, too, are the efforts of 20th Century Fox to make this screening available to the IBC audience. Thanks to all these supporters, tonight’s screening is free to all IBC attendees.
Doors open to the IBC Big Screen Monday Night Movie at 18:15. This is sure to be a hugely popular event, so arrive early to be sure of your free place in an audience that is making history, as well as enjoying a critically acclaimed movie.
View the full Big Screen Experience schedule at www.ibc.org/bigscreen.