09/09/2016 - SULLY IMAX
09/26/2016 - THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN IMAX
09/30/2016 - DEEPWATER HORIZON IMAX
10/21/2016 - JACK REACHER: NEVER GO BACK IMAX
11/04/2016 - DOCTOR STRANGE IMAX 3D
11/18/2016 - FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM IMAX 3D
12/16/2016 - ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY IMAX 3D
07/21/2017 - DUNKIRK IMAX
*We also have Traditional IMAX movies for groups or schools. Click here for our IMAX library.
IMAX grabs your senses. Visually, there is no frame. The picture’s bigger, higher, wider than your field of view. You’re no longer at the window peeking out; you’re outside among the stars. And that sensation is intensified by the sound. It’s all around you and it’s real – so much so that the whole experience is visceral. You don’t just hear and see an IMAX movie. You feel it in your bones.
There’s a complex web of high technology and architecture that makes an IMAX movie real – and it’s largely stuff that IMAX invented. IMAX is committed to pushing the boundaries and doing things no one in cinema has ever done before.
The highest-resolution cameras in the world. Projection lights so bright you can see them from the moon. A sound system so precise you can hear a pin drop from across the room and know exactly where it fell. And every IMAX theatre is customized with a patented screen and seating design to ensure you’re always in the center of the action – no matter where you’re sitting.
It’s all fascinating in its own right, but once the lights go out it doesn’t matter anymore. IMAX isn’t about the hardware. It’s not about production.
An IMAX movie takes you someplace you dream of going and may never reach. It’s surprising. It stretches your imagination. It can inspire you to see the world a different way.
You can easily conjure up these worlds, but they are orders of magnitude more difficult to put on film. And that challenge is why Hollywood’s most ambitious, most accomplished filmmakers – Christopher Nolan and Ridley Scott; Tim Burton and Michael Bay – increasingly insist on making IMAX movies. It’s why actors compete to be in them. It’s why studios all over the world are willing to invest in the extra preparation and thought and resources to make them. And it’s why the film community is pushing the envelope to make even more transporting IMAX pictures.
And, not incidentally, that is why we currently turn down half a dozen film proposals for every IMAX movie that we present. So we get to be choosier about the films we think will resonate most with our global audience – films that our fans will show up to see at midnight, films that make people say, “now that is something I’ll have to see in IMAX.”
IMAX presents three kinds of films - all IMAX and all spectacular.
IMAX Official Site