The Milwaukee Public Museum announced today that it has received a $1.6 million grant from the Daniel M. Soref Charitable Trust to renovate the Humphrey IMAX Dome Theater. Due to the grant, the theater will receive 3D capability by October 2012.
With the advent of ever-advancing home entertainment systems, why should audiences go out of their way to pay growing ticket and concession prices just for the right to watch a movie with often-rude crowds? Their first great hope was, of course, 3-D, but there's a new hope on the horizon for theaters: IMAX.
The Humphrey IMAX Dome screen at the Milwaukee Public Museum will show "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight" this summer.
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Although museum management may not want to hear it, no innovation, interactive exhibit or addition to the IMAX can match the simple pleasure of the snake button. It may be one of Milwaukee's worst-kept secrets but, since 1966, it's been one of its best-loved charms.
Humphrey IMAX Dome Theater at the Milwaukee Public Museum has undergone a major upgrade including new seats, a state-of-the-art projection update, concession stand and a screen treatment. Now, it's planning on offering first-run flicks for the very first time in town.
Breathtaking beauty and exciting adventure await you with the new historical IMAX film "Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West." "Lewis & Clark" is produced by National Geographic and narrated by Jeff Bridges.
From the director of the equally impressive IMAX flick, "Everest," "Kilimanjaro" lets us climb with guide Jacob Kyungai, a veteran of more than 250 voyages to the top of the mountain whose name means "mountain of greatness."
The new IMAX film, "Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets," brings you an up close and personal tour of this natural landmark.
The recipe for a good IMAX movie is easier than making Jell-O: mix one part scenic footage, one part educational narration and one part dreamy music. Do that, and you've got a hit, just like "Journey Into Amazing Caves," the newest film to hit the Humphrey Imax Dome Theater at the Milwaukee Public Museum.