Feature films partially shot on IMAX cameras IMAX

The most recent film shot in 70mm was Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet (1996 film). Since then, some recent features have utilized IMAX for selected scenes. These films have been released theatrically both in 35mm dan in IMAX.

The Dark Knight featured six sequences (a total of 30 minutes) shot using 15/70mm IMAX. According to the movie's press notes, this was the "first time ever that a major feature film has been even partially shot using IMAX cameras".[22]

Michael Bay's 2009 film Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen also had some scenes shot in IMAX.[23] The slightly longer version playing in IMAX theatres included about nine minutes of footage shot using IMAX cameras.[24]

Director John Woo has announced he will be using IMAX cameras to film his upcoming film Flying Tigers, saying “It has always been a dream of mine to explore shooting with IMAX cameras dan to work in the IMAX format, dan the strong visual element of this film is incredibly well-suited to the tastes of cinemagoers today [...] Using IMAX for Flying Tigers would create a new experience for the audience, dan I think it would be another breakthrough for Chinese movies.” [25]


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