In his landmark transatlantic 3D interview at IBC last year, Jeffrey Katzenberg of Dreamworks Animation treated IBC visitors to a sneak preview of the studio’s next blockbuster, ‘Monsters vs Aliens’. This year at IBC, courtesy of Dreamworks Animation and UIP International, visitors can enjoy the latest in stereoscopic animated movie-making in a hi-tech 3D digital cinema. The screening of Monsters vs Aliens takes place on Saturday, 13 September at 18:30.
Critics hailed its use of stereoscopic 3D, which really brings the bizarre selection of animated characters to life. The movie is enhanced by the quality digital projection and sound in the IBC Big Screen, making this a chance not to be missed to see great movie-making technologies.
The Monday movie will be Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs. Despite only being released recently, it has already gone on to become the highest grossing animated movie outside the USA, comfortably passing the box office returns for Finding Nemo.
Ice Age fans will welcome back the familiar sub-zero heroes, who now find themselves in uncomfortably close encounters with some cryogenically preserved – and now revived – dinosaurs. All of this is rendered in stunning stereoscopic 3D.
Courtesy of 20th Century Fox, all IBC visitors are welcome to come along and enjoy Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs on Monday, 14 September – and see just how compelling the best content and the best presentation can be.
Screenings of both movies start at 18:30 in the Auditorium – but space is bound to limited, so arrive in plenty of time to be sure of a seat.
For more, visit www.ibc.org/bigscreen