War for the Planet of the Apes has been named as The Monday Night Movie at IBC2017. Concluding director Matt Reeves’ simian trilogy, the blockbuster is intelligent and action packed in equal measures. In a flurry of mythic filmmaking, audiences will witness the pivotal moment that determines the fate of human civilization forever at 18:30 in the Auditorium on 18 September.
Hailed as a modern ‘Ape-pocalypse Now’, it all comes to life driven by the most complex and intense performance by Andy Serkis as the majestic Caesar, and groundbreaking visual effects from Weta Digital. Featuring more apes than ever, the film also for the very first time brings performance capture action into the rugged, frozen mountains and a world of snow – all captured in spectacular 65mm under the masterful eye of cinematographer Michael Seresin and set to a stirring score by Oscar winner Michael Giacchino.
The 20th Century Fox release is presented in Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision, which will immerse the audience in the dark forest, the intense battle scenes and the subtlest of flickers of emotions on the faces of man and ape alike.
This free screening is set to be popular so register for your free ticket now and be sure to arrive early to secure your seat. Doors open at 18:15.
Courtesy of our friends at 20th Century Fox. Sincere thanks to Dolby Laboratories for Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, QSC, Harkness Screens, and to Christie for their long-term support of IBC Big Screen.