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March 9, 2023—Cosmic Picture Distribution has been awarded a $3 million grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) for its upcoming project, Einstein’s Incredible Universe, a major media and outreach program designed to catalyze interest in space science and spark scientific curiosity in learners worldwide.
June 17, 2021—Genius 100 Foundation will join Cosmic Picture as
Executive Producers on their upcoming film Einstein’s Incredible
for IMAX and giant screens. Designed and conceived for the largest screens on earth, Einstein’s
e takes audiences on a spellbinding journey through
space and time in a way few have ever experienced, revealing some of the
strangest phenomena in the known universe—the collision of massive
black holes, exploding supernovas and swirling neutron stars—all in
stunning, immersive 3D. Einstein’s Incredible Universe
will be released to IMAX and giant screen
cinemas in early 2024, prior to the total solar eclipse that will sweep
across Mexico, the U.S., and Eastern Canada.
January 25, 2019—IMAX Corporation
(NYSE:IMAX), Cosmic Picture and presenting sponsor Mars Petcare announced today
that Chris Evans (Captain America: The First Avenger
will be narrating the upcoming IMAX documentary, Superpower Dogs
, set to
release in IMAX® and giant screen theatres beginning March 15. The official Superpower
, featuring Chris Evans, was also debuted today. From the
filmmakers behind the acclaimed documentaries Jerusalem
to Mecca, Superpower Dog
s takes audiences on an immersive
IMAX® adventure to experience the life-saving superpowers and
extraordinary bravery of some of the world's most amazing dogs.
August 21, 2017—Filmmaker Taran Davies (Journey to Mecca, Jerusalem) has written an op-ed about the decision to tear down the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History Johnson IMAX Theater and replace it with cafeteria space: "The Johnson IMAX Theater is a national gem that fulfills the Smithsonian’s educational mission about our rare and beautiful world, and the irony now is that it, too, needs saving. Without it, there will be no other theater of any kind–let alone one with the impact of IMAX–in our nation’s capital dedicated to connecting people, and especially youth, to history, culture and nature. With 25 million visitors to Washington, D.C., every year, is the best we can offer them a tray of fast food? Do our children really need less education and more calories?" Read the full article here.