Frederic Lumiere's new film "Normandy's 100 Days" which shows in 360 degrees on 9 screens 16 times a day in Arromanches, France (Normandy's Gold Beach) had a significant increase in ticket sales after its launch.
The film which was directed and edited by Frederic Lumiere is composed of archival films stiched together in a 360 degree experience. It also has stunning animated maps and a 9.3 surround sound mix.
Stéphane Grimaldi, the director of the Memorial of Caen presented to elected officials the report. The visitorship has increased significantly since Frederic Lumiere's new film was premiered in Feb 2014 with 311, 419 moviegoers (107 039 more than in 2012). In 2014, the 70th anniversary of D-DAY 55% of visitors were from another country but France.
The first round of judging has concluded for the upcoming 2015 Realscreen Awards, and realscreen is happy to announce the nominees advancing to the second, final round of judging.
The awards, which recognize the best in reality, documentary and factual entertainment programming from around the world, will be presented during a ceremony held at the Fairmont Miramar in Santa Monica, California, on June 2, in conjunction with the forthcoming Realscreen West conference, which takes place June 1-3.
It’s one of the least known, and most crucial battles of the Vietnam War. The objective: secure Hill 724 and cut off enemy supply lines. In the deep jungles of Dak To, this mission leads American troops straight into a trap. Ambushed, on open ground 46 men are killed, 70 are wounded. Due to mas...