Originally Posted by rex
Another 4K feature length movie, "Reach for Me", was recently screened with a 4K projector:
I would sure like to see what one of these movies, shot in 4K, looks like on a 4K projector; but sadly this technology is not available around here, yet.
4k projection is not really available very much of anywhere! But, 4K native material displayed at 4K is the closest that I have seen to watching 70 mm roadshow prints - like The Sound of Music, Patton, 2001, or Grand Prix, not to mention IMAX native films like To Fly.
Sony is the only one (other than Andrew, Steven Spielberg, and Digital Playground)) who is embracing this UQHD 4k format and making it available to the general public. But it is few, and far between.
Luckily, the Coca Cola Museum and Store in Atlanta, GA offer one of the few opportunities to see 4k and 4k - 3D in the United States. I'm still working on the 3D part - mostly because there are so few decent 4k 3D sources, and the RED 4k+ cameras are too big to put side-by-side to capture 3D directly. But it's only a matter of time.
Andrew - I wonder about a follow up sequel (10 years later - the documentary) in 4k+ 3D: