Every movie buff’s dream is to have the best cinematic experience. The movie industry today has made astounding innovations to bring out the best movie experience that every viewer can get. From the first ever Technicolor film to the current IMAX experience, finding the new movie experience is currently on the rise.
If you want to try and find something new to catch the next movie, then go for the floating cinema!|
Check out a few of the world’s famous floating cinemas:
If you want some dramatic landscape to add that perfect touch for your movie experience, then the Archipelago Cinema is just for you. Escape the typical dark and rather dank place of the movie house and breathe some fresh air into your movie experience. This floating cinema was the brainchild of Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Tilda Swinton as part of the Film on the Rocks Yao Ni, a new film festival.
The theater was designed by German born and Beijing-based architect Ole Scheeren. And it was built using recycled materials. The moviegoers are whisked away into the beautiful Nai Pi Lae Lagoon in Kudu Island which is a set of magnificently formed rocks.
Toronto’s floating cinema is called Sail In Cinema. This cinema is a two sided cinema that allows moviegoers to watch the movie from both sides of the screen. Considered to be the largest outdoor cinema in the world, the Sail In Cinema shows movies that the moviegoers themselves have voted for. The Sail In Cinema is an inflatable 40 by 20 foot screen that floats on a four story tall frame. The Sail in Cinema is usually located at the 25 Dockside Drive.
If you want to your fix of award winning movies that are not found in main stream movies, then this is the theater just for you! The rightfully called Floating Cinema in London can be found in Granary Square at King’s Cross. The unique canal boat was designed by Duggan Morris Architects. The boat was redesigned from an old work boat. It has enclosed cabins at both end and a 4 meter long glass fronted interior which gives moviegoers a pleasant view of the lovely yet historical London. What’s a plus is that for moviegoers who did not have time to catch the boat can have a glimpse of the cinema since it has an engine that allows it to move around the canal.
Want to catch the latest movie? Then have your hand at watching them in these cool floating cinemas.