The IMAX at the Indiana State Museum can. I was privileged to see Interstellar and The Force Awakens there in 70mm film and it was a great privilege. I also saw Batman v. Superman there that way, which was less so.Imax has turned 50 but are there any cinemas that can still project the original Imax 70mm format?
Don't you mean the largest INDOOR screen -there are bigger outdoor screens. Sydney's new imax under construction , will be the biggest indoor screen when it is finished.. Don't forget that it took 30 years for Imax to reach Melbourne.Movies made real. Melbourne/Australia attached to the State of Victoria Museum
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IMAX Melbourne’s screen spans a massive 32 metres wide x 23 metres high. But visiting IMAX Melbourne goes beyond just seeing a movie on a huge screen. The size of the screen combined with Australia's only IMAX 4K Laser Projector, customised theatre geometry and 15,000 watts of digital surround sound delivers the ultimate movie-going experience.
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Yeah, and in Indiana, all three of the 15/70 prints had extended runs. Interstellar opened the first weekend of November and played well into December, which is when I saw it, if not longer. The Force Awakens played until the end of February in 70mm, and then continued for another month in digital once Disney asked them to send the print back so it could play somewhere else. Normally, things do not run anywhere near this long. Batman v. Superman's run was less lengthy, but that was likely due to the film's underperformance. For The Force Awakens, it took until February for me to get in there because it was constantly sold out several days in advance during the holiday season, but for Batman v. Superman, we were able to get tickets a day ahead of time for opening weekend, and came and found it only half full.A 15/70 print for 2D costs about $30,000. Double that for 3D. With most movies in IMAX only playing for 1-2 weeks, that's a lot of money to recoup in a very short period, which makes studios unwilling to pay for those prints except in the rarest of cases.