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2019—BBC Studios are excited to
announce that SK Films has been appointed as the theatrical distributor for Antarctica:
Into the Unknown, BBC Earth’s next IMAX®/giant screen
film produced by the world-renowned BBC Studios Natural History Unit. SK Films
will distribute Antarctica in all formats.
May 29, 2019—Giant Screen Films (GSF) is pleased to announce Dinosaurs of Antarctica, a
large-format film launching globally into museum and IMAX® cinemas in February
2020. The first original large-format dinosaur film in over a decade, Dinosaurs of Antarctica will
introduce audiences to the amazing and bizarre prehistoric creatures that
inhabited Antarctic forests and swamps hundreds of millions of years ago. With
major support provided by the National Science Foundation, the film follows a
team of paleoecologists on a quest to understand the southern continent’s
profound transformation, from a warm and bio-diverse Mesozoic to the frozen
desert we know today.
May 15, 2019—Evans & Sutherland (E&S) is proud to announce Estelle Pacalon
as the Show Distribution and Sales Manager overseeing distribution of its
extensive library of fulldome shows, as well as projects in South America.
Estelle will be based out of Europe and is the second addition to the E&S
sales team this year. E&S is committed to serving its customers by bringing
together passionate, long-time industry experts with a reach across the globe.
May 10, 2019—MacGillivray Freeman Films and CNN Films are proud to announce the release
Douglas Miller’s Apollo
11: First Steps Edition,
an exclusive giant screen documentary
opening in select science centers and museum-based IMAX®
screen theaters starting May 17, 2019. Produced by Statement Pictures in partnership with CNN Films and distributed
by MacGillivray Freeman Films, Apollo
11: First Steps Edition
is a special giant screen version of the
critically-acclaimed theatrical documentary Apollo 11
this year. Apollo 11: First Steps Edition
will open exclusively
in science centers and museum-based giant screen theaters as part of the
much-anticipated global celebration of the 50th
NASA’s Apollo 11 mission—the first to put men on the Moon.
May 6, 2019—Great Barrier Reef
was recently awarded “Best Creativity Film” in the
Science and Technology category of the Beijing International Film Festival, which
is held at the China Science and Technology Museum. The film was produced by December Media
, which also handles Asia/Pacific distribution, and is globally distributed by
MacGillivray Freeman Films.
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May 2, 2019—Evans & Sutherland (E&S), the
inventor of computer graphics and the digital dome, announces DomeX: a
revolution in dome cinema display technology. DomeX incorporates LEDs directly
into the dome surface, turning it into an active video display.