Tonight’s movie screening is a very rare treat indeed. Pixar’s Inside Out, one of the most lauded animations of recent times, has been specially remastered for tonight’s showing.
The version, which will be screened this evening, has an extended colour gamut, close to the full capabilities of SMPTE Rec. 2020. This version has been created to take full advantage of the Christie 6p laser projection system installed by IBC, to give a visual richness never seen before.
The pictures are accompanied by equally stunning sound. The IBC Big Screen has been fitted out with a full Dolby Atmos installation, the next generation immersive audio system. More than 40 QSC speakers have been specially installed and calibrated in the Auditorium
by specialists from the IBC technical team.
Inside Out won almost universal praise and five star reviews from the press when it was released earlier this summer, who hailed it Pixar’s finest to date. An 11-year-old girl moves with her family from the Midwest to San Francisco, and the emotions in her head talk to her about the new experiences she is feeling, led by Joy, voiced by Amy Poehler. As one reviewer said, “Kids and their parents, psychologists and philosophers alike are all bound to be equally intrigued and delighted.”
With the generous support of Christie, Dolby Labs, Harkness Screens, QSC & Disney Pixar, all IBC visitors are welcome at this free screening. Doors open at 18:15 for an 18:30 start, but seats are limited so arrive early at the Auditorium to be sure of your place.