This category covers all of the large-format film industry, often known by the trade name 'IMAX' or 'Giant Screen.' Large format films use a film area up to 10 times bigger than conventional 35mm film, and are projected onto screens up to eight stories high.
Please submit only sites dealing with the large-format film industry as a whole. Sites relating to specific films, production companies, theaters or distributors should be submitted to the relevant subcategory.
Distributors are the companies who organise the logistics of producing prints of the films and shipping them to theatres.
Only distibutors of large-format films should be submitted here. Companies who also produce large-format films should be submitted to the most relevant category.
This category is for industry organizations and associations for the large-format film industry.
Please submit only sites for organizations and associations which support the large-format film industry.
This category is for the companies who produce large-format films.
Only companies who are officially named as ''produced by'' on the credits for at least one large-format film should be submitted here. Companies who act as both producers and distributors should be submitted to the most relevant category.
This category is for sites about screens which show large-format films (often labelled 'IMAX'). Large-format film theatres (or 'cinemas') are often located in entertainment complexes, tourist spots and science museums.
Sites should be submitted to the most relevant category, according to their location.
Large-format films, commonly labelled as 'IMAX Films', are specially produced on cameras using a large film size. Large format films characteristically are around 40 mins long and use an educational documentary style to look at a specific animal, place or sport. Other genres, such as drama or animated fantasy do exist.
This category should only be used for sites that deal with specific large format films. Sub-sections of bigger sites (e.g IMAX.com) are perfectly valid.