Date: Thursday (7/20) – Sunday (8/20)
Time: 4:40, 7 & 9:20 p.m. (see website for more details)
Place: Omni Theater at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
Cost: Adults $13, Discover Members $12, Wonder+ Members $10
The Omni Theater at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History will begin showing Dunkirk, a movie based on the real-life mission to evacuate the Allied troops at Dunkirk in 1940.
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s website says that there will be early screenings on July 20 before the movie officially opens on July 21. Dunkirk will run until August 20. Tickets will cost between $10 and $13, with a military discount available at the box office. The movie is rated PG–13 and will be presented in 2D.
The website says that Christopher Nolan filmed the movie using 15 perf 65mm IMAX cameras just like in The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises and Interstellar. These cameras will allow viewers to see specific sequences of the movie expand across the IMAX screen creating an exclusive and immersive experience.
The Omni Theater is wheelchair accessible and has amplified narration. To purchase tickets go to https://www.tickets.fwmuseum.org/public/show_events_list.asp.