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Jonathan Goeldner
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 - posted 08-28-2016 11:48 PM      Profile for Jonathan Goeldner   Email Jonathan Goeldner   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Has anyone heard or read how Broad Green Pictures is releasing Malick's new documentary film 'Voyage of Time' beginning in October - is this being released in 15/70? Interestingly, since this is getting a dual release - a 40 minute version for Science Centers, museums (narrated by Brad Pitt), the alternate longer cut for commercial theaters (narrated by Cate Blanchett) is according to it's trailer is Dolby 'Vision' color graded and remixed in Atmos sound. Whether or not it's true, wikipedia also denotes that this will get a 35mm release (for the 90 minute version).

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Jeffry L. Johnson
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 - posted 09-01-2016 10:52 AM      Profile for Jeffry L. Johnson   Author's Homepage   Email Jeffry L. Johnson   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Imax is now releasing it to its theaters.

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VOYAGE OF TIME: Terrence Malick’s Ultimate Trip SET FOR OCTOBER RELEASE

Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience is a cosmic experience about nature, life and scientific discovery in which all elements come together to form Director Terrence Malick’s most original film to date.


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Eric Richard
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I inquired about this title a month or so ago and our imax rep did confirm it would have a 15/70mm and digital release. As we have a dual setup I am always looking for a chance to run our film projector.

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Jarod Reddig
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I sure wish IMAX had a data-base that showed which locations still run 15/70. In Kansas there is non near me anymore that are close.

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Jonathan Goeldner
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I was sort of surprised with two IMAX screens on the National Mall - the Smithsonian went with the Lockheed Martin screen at 'Voyage' is being shown via the laser projector - it by the way looked utterly gorgeous

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