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Apollo 11 (the movie)

Michel Van

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Director Todd Douglas Miller used unseen 70 mm footage from Apollo 11 mission.
I hope this will be presented in 70 mm format for Imax and later in Blu ray or K4.
 
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I saw this one on an IMAX screen and that is the way to see it. The opening shot - you are in a car riding next to the Crawler as it is moving and you are looking up at the Saturn V on its way to the pad. And it gets better from there.

If you do get a chance to see it in a theater, do stay for the closing credits. The historical footage continues through the credits.
 

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In the Netherlands, It'll be shown in the Omniversum (which has a hemispherical Omnimax screen). And it'll be the abridged version (50 minutes).
 

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Good News IMAX theaters in Europe show Apollo 11 end June begin July
also show the "Lichtpalast" in Essen in Germany the 70mm copy at 14 July
 

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I saw the movie on an IMAX screen in Brussel Kinepolis
Mind blowing experience, in picture and Sound
The Crawler rattling its way with Saturn V toward Pad 39A or the Saturn V take off.
and please sit down at the closing credits, the movie continue.
 

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The full version is in non-IMAX theaters too at the moment, at least in .nl. But don't wait too long, attendance at the screening I went to last week was minimal.
 
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