LF Examiner continues its retrospective of 24 years of publishing with this article about one of the most unusual giant-screen films ever made: Pandorama by Nina Paley.
Our reports on the conferences of the International Space Theater Consortium and the Large Format Cinema Association were the lead articles from Vol. 1, No. 1 of MaxImage (as LFX was originally known), published in October of 1997.
As of mid-August, 87 giant-screen theaters in 15 countries have reopened following extended closures caused by the coronavirus pandemic. This represents about 41% of the worldwide inventory of 213 non-multiplex GS screens.
At the beginning of June, the vast majority of all cinemas worldwide, giant-screen and conventional, remain closed. We continue our coverage of the effect of the pandemic on the GS world.
In early November 2013, Imax Corporation and Laser Light Engines, Inc., hosted demonstrations of laser-illuminated projectors for industry professionals in California.
Director Stephen van Vuuren recounts the process of getting his concept for “In Saturn’s Rings” to the giant screen.