By Collider: Steve “Frosty" Weintraub on June 20, 2014
Last night I was able to speak with Greg Foster (President of IMAX Entertainment) on the red carpet at the world premiere of Michael Bay‘s Transformers: Age of Extinction in Hong Kong. As we previously reported, Bay used the new IMAX® 4K 3D digital cameras to shoot a tremendous amount of Transformers 4, and when you see it in IMAX® about 60% of the movie will use the full IMAX® aspect ratio. It’s absolutely the best way to experience this movie.
By Fast Company: Corinne Iozzio on June 20, 2014
With its 3D Digital Camera, the company responsible for supersizing the film experience is revolutionizing the film industry yet again.
Transformers 4: Age of Extinction, opening next Friday all across the United States, clocks in at 150 minutes jam-packed with rippling muscles, swooping action shots, and earth-shattering explosions. Somewhere within there are 30 minutes shot with an IMAX camera—
By Laser Focus World: Conard Holton on June 17, 2014
Necsel (Milpitas, CA) is now the exclusive worldwide provider of specified lasers for projection systems by IMAX® (NYSE:IMAX; New York). Necsel's technology comprises red, green, and blue visible lasers and laser systems that meet performance, size, and cost requirements for laser cinema projection and other specialty lighting uses.
By Pocket-lint: Luke Edwards on June 17, 2014
IMAX® is still the world's best pioneer for cinema advancements. It recently announced the world's first fully integrated 65mm 4K digital large-format 3D camera. And it's got plenty more to come including higher frame rates, next-gen laser projectors and more affordable home cinema systems.
We caught up with IMAX® CEO, Greg Foster and senior VP of film production, Hugh Murray to find out more.
By The Hollywood Reporter: Etan Vlessing on June 17, 2014
South Caucasus exhibitor Cavea Cinemas is to install a giant-screen theater in a new 10-screen multiplex in capital Tbilisi.
TORONTO — Continuing its drive into Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Imax on Tuesday said south Caucasus exhibitor Cavea Cinemas has acquired a giant-screen theater for a new 10-screen multiplex in Tbilisi, Georgia.
The sale comes as Andrew Cripps, Imax's president, EMEA, continues to target international expansion for the Canadian-based exhibitor beyond North America.