- 2 giant screens
- 7 storeys high
- 180o field of vision
- 6-channel digital sound system
- 30,000 watts of sound
- laser 4K projection capable
- 295/285 seats
The Canadian Museum of History’s CINÉ+
- Is the only movie theatre in North America to have the capability of showing 2D and 3D films on a giant flat screen and 2D films on a giant dome screen in the same room.
- Uses the largest commercial film format in motion picture history: 15 perforation/70 mm for its Dome projections
- The Museum’s movie theatre presents unique and enriching adventures into the heart of history and culture. Experience a wide assortment of sensational, touching and inspiring films, each lasting from 20 to 45 minutes.
- Is one of only four cinemas in Canada capable to offer laser 4K film projections on its giant screen.
- Offers an incredibly immersive cinematographic experience with its 180o field of vision
- Measures 23 metres in diameter and is stored out of sight on the cinema’s ceiling when not in use. It moves on an ingenious hoist system and weighs 8,600 kilograms.
- Is a 3D polarized high-gain screen, measuring 22,86 meters wide by 16,31 meters high (75 feet wide and 53 feet high). That’s 3975 square feet – it’s huge!
The Sound System
- Is a full wrap-around 6-channel digital sound system that produces 30,000 watts of audio.