Tonight you have the chance to see one of the greatest movies of recent years: Ang Lee’s remarkable Life of Pi. Better, you can see it in the greatest cinema experience yet created. Best, the screening is free to all IBC attendees.
For the first time, anywhere in the world, tonight’s audience will see a full-length feature film using the high brightness, 14 foot Lambert, Christie 6P 2D and 3D. The sound is remarkable, too, as the IBC Big Screen Experience is also fitted out with Dolby Atmos immersive audio.
This impressive installation has been built by the IBC Technical team, with the generous support of Christie, Dolby Labs and QSC. Tonight will be a world first.
Life of Pi won four Oscars in 2013, including best visual effects and best music, as well as best cinematography for Claudio Miranda and best direction for Ang Lee. Leading American critic Roger Ebert said “Ang Lee’s Life of Pi is a miraculous achievement of storytelling, and a landmark of visual mastery”.
Tonight you have the chance to see it with a clarity never before experienced, in this very special screening thanks to the generosity of 20th Century Fox. Doors open in the IBC Big Screen at 18:15 located in the Auditorium, this screening is free to attend and is sure to be popular, so arrive early.
To view the full IBC Big Screen Experience schedule, visit www.ibc.org/bigscreen.