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Gordon McLeod
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http://player.vimeo.com/video/71151185

Interesting video on a scottish Imax theatre

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Steve Moore
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A good film there, thanks for the link. He is correct, when I think about it I don't watch the film, I watch how good it looks, the quality and listen to the sound most of the time. Just like 35mm, real (reel) Imax will be sadly missed, it was an amazing piece of engineering that blew me away the first time I saw a 3D film (20 years ago?) Does anyone know if the Grand Canyon Imax is still a film Imax? This was the last time i was in an Imax projection room, in 2009.

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Ivan Plamondon
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Still 70mm

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Manny Knowles
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Please let me know when the subtitled in English version goes up. [Razz]

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Dick Vaughan
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Don't you mean subtitled in Americanian? [Big Grin]

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Sam D. Chavez
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It's kind of like a Scottish "Cinema Paradiso"

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Joseph L. Kleiman
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Could be worse. Could be in Welsh.

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Dick Vaughan
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Careful boyo, don't you disrepect my ancestors!

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Manny Knowles
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quote: Dick Vaughan
Don't you mean subtitled in Americanian?
Or the Queen's English. I was raised in The Bahamas, so I speak both. [Wink]

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Thomas Hauerslev
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I made a short film about our local IMAX Dome with the projectionist Jacob:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qSVYxBNUEg&feature=c4-overview&list=UUFbAmW_SUSb6TwLoxXrpUtg

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Terry Lynn-Stevens
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quote: Gordon McLeod
http://player.vimeo.com/video/71151185

Interesting video on a scottish Imax theatre

This is a pretty good video, I finally had a chance to watch it. To see such high quality projection equipment is really impressive and it is sad to see it go.

I miss the 15/70 presentations, I should of went to see Elysium in 15/70 when I had the chance.

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Jarod Reddig
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Great video Thomas!

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Ivan Plamondon
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Elysium was a disappointment!

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