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The Dark Knight Rises

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The Dark Knight Rises

  • RELEASE: 8 Oct 2015
  • RUNTIME: 165 Mins
  • Rating: M - Violence

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Thursday, 8 October 6pm
Saturday, 10 October 9pm
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EXPERIENCE IT IN IMAX ONE LAST TIME

  • Stadium style seating for 500 people puts you in the heart of the action.
  • 15,000 watts of digital surround sound will complement images of the highest quality.
  • Extraordinary clarity and scale make this a uniquely immersive digital cinema experience.

Synopsis

THE LEGEND RETURNS TO IMAX  ONE LAST TIME OCTOBER 8 & 10

While making the 2008 blockbuster The Dark Knight, Christopher Nolan was the first filmmaker to use IMAX® cameras in a major motion picture release. Nolan employed the extremely high-resolution cameras even more extensively on The Dark Knight Rises: The IMAX Experience® incorporating a record of 72 minutes of footage filmed with IMAX cameras. These specific sequences, which expand to fill the entire screen exclusively in IMAX, deliver unprecedented crispness and clarity and a truly immersive experience for moviegoers.

"The Dark Knight Rises” is the epic conclusion to filmmaker Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy. Leading an all-star international cast, Oscar® winner Christian Bale (“The Fighter”) again plays the dual role of Bruce Wayne/Batman. The film also stars Anne Hathaway, as Selina Kyle; Tom Hardy, as Bane; Oscar® winner Marion Cotillard (“La Vie en Rose”), as Miranda Tate; and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, as John Blake.

Director Chris Nolan states, "Our experience on THE DARK KNIGHT shooting and projecting IMAX 15 perf 65mm/70mm film was inspiring. The immersive quality of the image goes beyond any other filmmaking tool available, and in revisiting Gotham, we were determined to shoot even more of the movie in this unique format."

"For 'The Dark Knight Rises' we were on Wall Street with a thousand extras," he continues, "and you can see everybody's face in the frame. In some ways, I feel it takes me back almost to the silent film era, when they had those huge cameras. Trying to do things in more of a tableau fashion, it changes the way I direct a film, it changes the way I block the camera movement because of the size of the thing. The resulting image has so much power that you don't need to cut in the same way, you can frame the shot slightly differently, you wind up with a slightly different feel." 

 

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