About the Theater
this theatre, Large Format films are projected on 23 meter-tilted
dome. The theatre has a capacity of 325 persons. Large Format
Film Projection system uses 15 perforations, 70 mm film to shoot
and project images with incredible sharpness. The 15/70 frame
is 10 times larger than 35mm used in regular theatres and 3
times larger than standard 70mm film used in classic Hollywood
Semi circular giant dome screens produce huge images
that soar and swoop above, beside and behind you to fully surround
you presenting the spectacular immersible experience. Uncompressed digital, wrap
around sound is simply unsurpassed in depth and clarity from
a small drop of rain to a massive clap of thunder.
Format Films shown in the theatre are designed
to educate and enlighten as much as they are to entertain.
Everest is a 70mm American documentary film from MacGillivray Freeman Films, about the struggles involved in climbing Mount Everest, the highest mountain peak on Earth, located in the Himalayan region of Nepal. It was released to IMAX theaters in March 1998 and became the highest-grossing film made in the IMAX format
The film depicts the lengthy preparations of nternational team of climbers for the climb, their trek to the summit, and their successful return to Base Camp. It also shows many of the challenges the group faced, including avalanches, lack of oxygen, treacherous ice walls
Duration: 45 Minutes
Audio Narration: Hindi
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