The Art of Flight 3D is showing in select theaters this Friday 12/7. Schedule is below.
7pm and 9pm Showings!
Seattle Pacific Place 11 – 200-250 seats $15.50
600 Pine St. Suite 400
Seattle WA 98101
San Francisco Metreon 16 – 200-250 seats $16.00
135 Fourth St. Suite 3000
San Francisco CA 94103
Spokane River Park Square 20 – 150-200 seats $13.50
808 West Main St Suite 334
Spokane WA 99201
Salt Lake City Loews Layton Hills 9 – 200-250 seats $11.25
728 West 1425 North
Layton Hills, UT 84041
Denver Westminster Promenade 24 – 200-250 seats $14.00
10655 Westminster Blvd
Westminster CO 80020
Minnesota Showplace Inver Grove 16 – 100-150 seats $13.50
5567 Bishop Ave
Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076
New York Loews Village 7 – 200-250 seats $17.50
66 Third Ave (11th St.)
New York, NY 10003
Boston Common 19 – 150-200 seats $16.00
175 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02111
Charlotte Carolina Pavillion 22 – 100-150 seats $11.00
9541 South Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28273
If you want the 3D version to come to a theater in your town you can make it happen.
TUGG can add dates and times on demand throughout December and into Winter 2013
RED BULL MEDIA HOUSE TEAMS UP WITH VENTURE 3D TO CONVERT GROUNDBREAKING SNOWBOARD FILM “THE ART OF FLIGHT ” TO 3D
Santa Monica, CA (December 3, 2012) – Red Bull Media House partnered with the groundbreaking company Venture 3D to convert their acclaimed film “The Art of FLIGHT” from 2D to 3D. The conversion took more than 100 skilled artists working for 6 months, frame by frame, pixel by pixel to craft the visually stunning film with amazing depth of field. Converting the film to 3D after the shoot allowed for the maximum flexibly to tell the story with the medium including the freedom to shoot with a variety of cameras (Phantoms, REDs, GoPros), the best possible lenses for the shots and also allowed the crew to be lean and travel with a smaller footprint.
“We’re stoked to hear that most people get so pulled in by the visuals they forget they’re watching it in 3D. It’s a huge compliment!” said Marcus Englefield, President of Venture 3D.
“The Art of FLIGHT 3D” combines meaningful storytelling and character development with sport progressing action, all captured on state-of-the-art filmmaking equipment, much of which has been custom designed just for this project. The film will be released exclusively in AMC Theaters for one night only Friday, December 7th in markets including New York, Boston, Seattle, San Francisco, Spokane, Denver, Salt Lake City, Charlotte and Minneapolis.
Venture 3D has established themselves as a leader in the 3D space and has done work on other high-profile projects including Titanic, Green Hornet, Priest, Narnia, Nike Chosen and several properties for Red Bull.
“From the inception of the project, we had high hopes of making 3D a reality. Working with Red Bull Media House, Venture 3D and Dolby exceeded our expectations, taking the film to an entirely elevated level” said director Curt Morgan. “We are really happy with the final product which gives you more of a sense of actually being there.”
Brain Farm Digital Cinema captures the dramatic beauty of the culture, wildlife and of course snowboarding on their ever-expanding arsenal of filmmaking technology and tools. Stabilized aerial cinematography from the Cineflex V14 mixes with the Phantom HD Gold’s ultra slow motion footage, point-of-view angles and countless other cameras and tools to create this unique, immersive look at snowboarding in “The Art of FLIGHT 3D”.
The final sound mix for “The Art of FLIGHT 3D” was done at the famous Skywalker Ranch near San Francisco. Skywalker Sound, founded by George Lucas, is one of the largest, most versatile full-service post-production facilities in the world with 18 Academy Awards® to show for their work. Dolby mixed the film for optimal play with separate home, video and theatrical mixes. The Blu-ray™ version of “The Art of FLIGHT” was mastered in 7.1 surround sound using Dolby TrueHD, a lossless multi-channel audio technology.
Dolby completed the final color grading using its latest video technology, the PRM-4200 Professional Reference Monitor. The award-winning Professional Reference Monitor was used on numerous recent high-profile projects, including “The Social Network” and the 4K re-mastering of “Apocalypse Now.”
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