About the Theater
this theatre, Large Format films are projected on 23 meter-tilted
dome. The theatre has a capacity of 325 persons. Large Format
Film Projection system uses 15 perforations, 70 mm film to shoot
and project images with incredible sharpness. The 15/70 frame
is 10 times larger than 35mm used in regular theatres and 3
times larger than standard 70mm film used in classic Hollywood
Semi circular giant dome screens produce huge images
that soar and swoop above, beside and behind you to fully surround
you presenting the spectacular immersible experience. Uncompressed digital, wrap
around sound is simply unsurpassed in depth and clarity from
a small drop of rain to a massive clap of thunder.
Format Films shown in the theatre are designed
to educate and enlighten as much as they are to entertain.
National Parks Adventure
‘America Wild - National Parks Adventure’
‘Discover the Wild places that belong to us’
The Large Format Film captures the magnificence of 30 America’s National Parks and the amazing landscapes through unique IMAX cinematography. It provides a sweeping overview of the national park’s history from the lush forests to the towering cliffs and the deep plunging canyons narrated by Academy Award winner, Robert Redford.
President Roosevelt, founder of National Parks in America takes the audience to the awe-inspiring locations of Yellowstone, Everglades, Yosemite and beyond, encouraging them to find their own parks, protect and experience their diversity.
The film is produced in association with Brand USA and presented by Expedia, Inc. and Subaru of America, Inc. The director of the film is Greg MacGillivray, producer Shaun MacGillivraya and writer Stephen Judson and Tim Cahill. The musical score is composed by Steve Wood and the film is majorly supported by the Giant Dome Theatre Consortium.
Duration: 40 Minutes
Audio Narration: Hindi
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