Having seen both Barbie and Oppenheimer, I’m glad I didn’t do the Barbenheimer double feature, because Oppenheimer devastated me.
“What camera would you use to capture a UFO?”
Cinema’s favorite monsters face-off for the first time in decades, but suffers from a fatal flaw.
Director Todd Douglas Miller and Composer Matt Morton Talk ‘Apollo 11’ at 50th Anniversary Screening
Director Todd Douglas Miller and Composer Matt Morton held a talk after a screening of their film, Apollo 11. The film, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January, chronicles the 1969 Apollo 11 mission from days before takeoff to after the astronauts returned home. It includes original footage from the expedition and celebrates the 50 year anniversary of the historic moment in American history and was formatted to be viewed in 65mm IMAX.
This groundbreaking documentary makes you feel like you’re witnessing the moon landing firsthand, from mission control to the lunar surface.
Terrence Malick examines the meaning of life in his new movie “Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience” narrated by Brad Pitt that depicts the beginning of times until present day and makes us reflect back on our past.
After watching the IMAX film “A Beautiful Planet,” I was fortunate enough to interview director Toni Myers, cinematographer James Neihouse, Director of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) Gavin Schmidt, as well as astronauts Terry Virts, Butch Wilmore, Kjell Lindgren and Marsha Ivins.
Domestically “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” has taken in $740 million total after just 17 days.