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Mark J. Marshall
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Looks like things are ramping up according to



Want to see "Dunkirk" on real film, in the splendour of 7OMM? This is a Worldwide in-progress 7OMM Presentation Premiere list which has been has been edited based on internet foras, reports by's readers and theater web sites. See similar list for The Hateful Eight - Cinemas with the 7OMM Roadshow Version. Please note, this list is based on facts, and readers calling their local cinemas, asking for the authentic 7OMM Experience, as the director want you to see his film. Although trying to be very precise, cannot take any responsibility for the 100% accuracy. Please contact your local cinema for final 7OMM premiere details.

Starring Cillian Murphy, Kenneth Branagh, Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy and Harry Styles. Award-winning director and modern-day pioneer of 70mm film, Christopher Nolan brings his unique vision to a defining moment in history. From May 26 – June 4 1940 an extraordinary and unprecedented evacuation took place. Surrounded by the German army, 400,000 Allied soldiers became trapped on Dunkirk beach following a fierce battle in World War II. From military vessels to tiny fishing crafts, more than 800 boats set sail from the shores of England in a desperate effort to save the troops. They couldn’t get home, so home came to them

Australia and Far East 70mm release Cinemas - 6 cinema

Melbourne, 20 July
• The Sun Theater, Yarraville
• Melbourne Museum IMAX Melbourne AU, IMAX 15/7OMM

• Ritz, Randwick

• Village Cinemas Rivoli

Far East
• KrungSri IMAX Paragon CinePlex Bangkok TH, IMAX 15/7OMM
• SM Cinema Mall of Asia IMAX Theatre Manila PH, IMAX 15/7OMMv

Europe 70mm release Cinemas - 17 cinemas

Czech Repblic, 20. July
• Oskar IMAX Palace Flora Prague CZ IMAX 15/7OMM

Denmark, 20 July
• Imperial Bio, Copenhagen

France, 19 July
• Dunkirk will be presented in70mm in France

Germany, 27 July
• Schauburg Cinerama, Karlsruhe
• Lichtburg, Essen
• Savoy, Hamburg,
• Zoo Palast, Berlin
• ASTOR Grand Cinema, Hannover

Italy, 31 August
• Arcadia Cinema, Melzo-Milan

Holland, 20 July

Norway, 19 July

Russia, 21 July

Scotland, 21 July

Spain, 21 July
• Phenomena, Barcelona

Sweden, 19 July
• Filmstaden Bergakungen, Göteborg
• Rigoletto, Stockholm
• Royal, Malmø (not confirmed)

United Kingdom, 21 July
• Odeon Leicester Sq. (London)

• Science Museum IMAX 3D Cinema London UK
• Odeon Manchester IMAX @ The Printworks Manchester UK
• BFI IMAX London London UK

Canada 70mm release Cinemas - 4 cinemas

21 July


Scotiabank Edmonton Edmonton AB
Colossus Langley + IMAX Langley BC
Coliseum 12 Mississauga + IMAX Mississauga ON
Colossus 18 Woodbridge + IMAX (Vaughan) Woodbridge ON
Scotiabank Theatre Chinook 16 + IMAX Calgary AB

US 70mm release Cinemas - 36 cinema

21 July

• AMC CityPlace 20 (West Palm Beach, FL)
• The Somerville Theatre (MA)
• Willow Creek (Plymouth, MN)
• The Hollywood Theatre (Portland, OR)
• Virginia Theater (Champaign IL)
• The Music Box Theater (Chicago, IL)
• Lincoln Square Cinemas (Bellevue, WA)
• Grand Lake (Oakland, CA)
• Seattle Cinerama (Seattle, WA)
• Alamo Drafthouse Ritz (Austin, TX)
• Coral Gables Art Cinema (Coral Gables, FL)
• Gateway Film Center (Columbus, OH)
• AFI Silver (Silver Spring, MD)

Ontario Palace Stadium 22 + IMAX (Edwards-1026) Ontario CA
Metreon 16 with IMAX & ETX San Francisco CA
Citywalk Stadium 19 with IMAX Universal City CA
Lincoln Square 13 with IMAX New York NY
Cinemark 17 + IMAX (Webb Chapel) Dallas TX
Esquire IMAX Sacramento CA
Providence Place 16 with IMAX Providence RI
Irvine Spectrum 21 + IMAX & RPX (Edwards-1010) Irvine CA
Hacienda Crossings Stadium 20 + IMAX Dublin CA
Colorado Center 9 + IMAX Denver CO
Mall Of Georgia Stadium 20 + IMAX Buford GA
King of Prussia Stadium + IMAX King of Prussia PA
Opry Mills Stadium 20 + IMAX Nashville TN
U.S. Space & Rocket Center IMAX Theatre Huntsville AL
Omni Theater Fort Worth TX
Tuttleman IMAX - Franklin Institute Philadelphia PA
IMAX Dome Theater Birmingham AL
Hackworth IMAX San Jose CA
SCI IMAX Dome Theater Des Moines IA
Great Clips IMAX Apple Valley MN
White River IMAX Indianapolis IN
OMNIMAX Theater - St Louis Sci Ctr St Louis MO
Kramer IMAX Theatre Regina SK
The Charlotte Observer OMNIMAX Theater - Discovery Pl Charlotte NC
Maryland IMAX Baltimore MD

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Bill Brandenstein
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With no Arclight locations listed, we can expect the 5/70 list to grow.

Is anyone else amazed that there are so many Imax venues still able to do film? The Ontario and Irvine (Calif.) Imaxes haven't done film for awhile, at least to my limited knowledge.

Colorado Center 9's Imax screen had the loudest, cleanest sub-bass I'd ever heard in a movie theater when we saw "Interstellar." But 15/70 had just broken down and we ended up seeing 2K digital. Really glad to see they're up for film for Dunkirk.

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Aron Toplitsky
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Very surprised not to see a 5/70 print for Arclight. Why have Wonder Woman and not Dunkirk?

I could be wrong but I believe the last time Irvine Spectrum showed 15/70 was for Interstellar, which I saw there my second time. Unfortunately the print looked terrible during the entire black hole sequence all the way until the end. Since it was my second time I didn't make a big deal about it. I was inquiring about their plans for Force Awakens in IMAX, (Laser or not) and mentioned the print damage to the manager. He was nice enough to give me two free IMAX tix and was very apologetic.

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Bobby Henderson
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I'm surprised Look Cinemas in Dallas is not on the 5/70mm list.

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Brad Miller

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They are, it's just not on that list.

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Tyler Purcell
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I don't know why the 5/70 list is so far off. But I was told the roll-out was going to be similar to Hateful Eight, so we should be expecting a pretty long list coming soon.

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It will also be shown in 70mm at the Leewood AMC Towne Center 20 in Leawood, Kansas. I will be seeing it there. Its only 3hrs 40 min from my home. Was there this weekend to confirm.

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Mitchell Dvoskin
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Of course, you could always click on Nolan's web page for the latest list of USA and Canadian theatres running Dunkirk on film.

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From The Web Site, the list as of this posting:

Scotiabank Chinook 16 IMAX (Calgary)
Scotiabank IMAX (Edmonton)

IMAX Dome Theater (Birmingham)
US Space Center IMAX (Huntsville)

AMC Westgate (Glendale)
Grand Canyon IMAX (Grand Canyon Village)
Harkins Tempe Marketplace (Tempe)
Loft (Tuscon)

Cineplex Colossus IMAX (Langley)
Cineplex Park (Vancouver)

AMC Burbank 16 (Burbank)
Century Daly City (Daly City)
Regal Hacienda 20 IMAX (Dublin)
ArcLight Hollywood (Hollywood)
Regal Irvine Spectrum IMAX (Irvine)
ArcLight 14 (La Jolla)
Grossmont Center 10 (La Messa)
Regal Long Beach Stadium (Long Beach)
Cinemark 18 (Los Angeles)
Landmark 12 (Los Angeles)
Regal Ontario Palace 22 IMAX (Ontario)
Sagewood Camelot (Palm Springs)
Esquire IMAX (Sacramento)
Tower Theatre (Sacramento)
AMC Mission Valley (San Diego)
AMC Metreon IMAX (San Francisco)
Cinemark San Francisco Center (San Francisco)
Century Oakridge (San Jose)
Hackworth IMAX (San Jose)
AMC Mercado (Santa Clara)
ArcLight Sherman Oaks (Sherman Oaks)
AMC Del Amo 18 (Torrance)
Cinemark Union City 25 (Union City)
AMC Citywalk IMAX (Universal City)

Regal Contiental (Westminster)
AMC Westminster 24 (Vancouver)

Regal Gallery Palace Stadium 24 (D.C.)

Cinemark Palace (Boca Raton)
Coral Gables Art Cinema 1 (Coral Gables)
AMC Disney Springs 24 (Lake Buena Vista)
AMC Aventura (Miami)
Regal Waterford Lakes (Orlando)
AMC Veterans (Tampa)
AMC Parisian (West Palm Beach)

Regal Atlantic Station (Atlanta)
Regal Mall of Georgia 20 (Buford)

Sci Dome IMAX (Des Moines)

River East 21 (Chicago)
Keresotes Showplace Icon (Chicago)
Music Box (Chicago)
Cinemark Evanston (Evanston)

White River IMAX (Indianapolis)

AMC Town Center (Leawood)

AMC Elmwood Palace (New Orleans)

AMC Boston Common (Boston)
Coolidge Corner 2 (Brookline)
Somerville 5 (Somerville)

AFI Silver 3 Theatre (Silver Springs)
AMC White Marsh (Baltimore)
Cinemark Egyptian (Baltimore)
Maryland Science Center IMAX (Baltimore)

AMC Livonia (Livonia)
AMC Forum 30 (Sterling Heights)

OMNIMAX (St. Louis)
Marcus Ronnies (St. Louis)

Discovery Place IMAX (Charlotte)
Regal Stonecrest (Charlotte)
AMC Southpoint (Durham)

AMC Cherry Hill (Cherry Hill)
AMC Hamilton 24 (Hamilton)
AMC Garden State (Peramus)

Cinemark Rio 24 (Albuquerque)

AMC Town Sqaure (Las Vegas)

Alamo Drafthouse Downtown Brooklyn (Brooklyn)
Farmingdale 14 (Farmingdale)
Regal New Roc City (New Rochelle)
AMC Lincoln Square IMAX (New York)
City Cinemas East 86th St. (New York)
Cinema 1,2,3 (New York)
Village East 7 (New York)
Regal E-Walk Stadim (New York)

Gateway Film Center 7 (Columbus)
Cinemark Valley View (Valley View)

Cineplex Coliseum IMAX (Mississauga)
Cineplex Varsity 12 (Toronto)
Cineplex Colossus IMAX (Woodbridge)

Hollywood 3 (Portland)
Regal Bridgeport (Tigard)

AMC Neshaminy 24 (Bensalem)
Regal King of Prussia 15 IMAX (King of Prussia)
Tuttleman IMAX (Philadelphia)
AMC Waterfront (West Homestead)

Cineplex Banque Scotia 12 (Montreal)

Providence Place IMAX (Providence)

Regina IMAX (Las Vegas)

AMC Thoroughbred (Franklin)
Regal Pinnacle Stadium (Knoxville)
Regal Opry Mills 20 IMAX (Nashville)

Studio Movie Grill 9 (Arlington)
Alamo Drafthouse Ritz (Austin)
AMC Northpark 15 (Dallas)
Look 11 (Dallas)
Studio Movie Grill Royal Lane 9
Cinemark 17 IMAX (Dallas)
OmniaMAX Fort Worth (Fort Worth)
AMC Gulf Pointe (Houston)
Regal Edwards Freenway Grand Palace (Houston)
Cinemark Tinseltown (Pflugerville)
Cinemark West Plano (Plano)
Santikos Palladium 19 (San Antonio)

AMC Hoffman Center (Alexandria)
AMC Tyson’s Corner (McLean)

AMC Pacific Place 11 (Seattle)
Cinerama (Seattle)

Marcus Majestic Cinema of Brookfield (Waukesha)

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I wonder how accurate that list is. They don't include the Grand Lake in Oakland, which claims to be showing Dunkirk in 70MM on their website. They misspelled the Continental in Denver, and they list the AMC Westminster in Vancouver instead of Westminster.

Still, I'm thrilled to see so many 70MM showings!

[Edit to add:]

It's worth mentioning that the list at the NolanFans website was scraped from the source code of the Dunkirk website. It hasn't been officially published yet.

I called the Continental and asked if they'd be showing it in 70MM on the large screen, or if it would be on the small screen in the back.

Madison (a manager!) had to ask upstairs, but then reported that corporate was still deciding if they would show it or not, but if they do, it will be on the small screen in the back because that's where the 70MM projector is.

I told her that the last time I was in that auditorium, there was green light from the exit sign on the screen, and asked if that had been fixed. She said that she wasn't aware of a problem there, so it must have. I asked dubiously, "You're sure of that?" She answered confidently, "Yes."


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It would be in the same auditorium as Hateful 8 was. They ain't moving that shit. It's in one of the "newer" auditoriums that was added in the last 10 years. #8 or #9 I believe.

I guarantee you that light hasn't been fixed. She just hasn't noticed it and nobody has ever complained about it, at least not while she was working.

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I don't buy that.

For Denver the list omits the Colorado Center IMAX which had earlier confirmed they would be showing it in 15/70.

Both the other Denver locations showed Hateful 8 in 70mm, though I would be very suspect of the presentation in Westminster given how little AMC in this area seems to care about it.

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A few errors in the list they have that Montreal cinema as being in the province of Newfoundland!

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Marcel Birgelen
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Who cares about geography? [Razz]

Not yet official, but EYE Amsterdam will most likely run the 70mm version after the general release.

So, there's no way to see it in 70mm during the first weeks after the release in the Netherlands. Which is kind of ironic, since it was partially filmed there.

Most German locations will most likely run the German dubbed version.

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Stephan Shelley
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Indeed the Grand Lake is showing it in 5/70mm. I believe the Mercado in Santa Clara is not.

Also missing is the Willows in Plymouth Minnesota.

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Thanks for the mention Stephan, Yes we are still confirmed, warners called today to see what auditorium # it is in. yesterday we were off the site now we are back up

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