Big stars on the biggest screen

PRESENTING the performances and backstage buzz at the concerts of the biggest stars is the aim of the new movie All Access, currently being screened at the Orange Imax cinema in Bratislava.
This film, featuring Sheryl Crow, Sting, Santana, and Macy Gray performing some of their greatest hits, includes surprising joint appearances of artists who do not usually share a stage. For example, the Dave Matthews Band is shown rocking out with soul legend Al Green, hip-hop diva Mary J. Blige sings lead vocals with George Clinton's band, and hip-hop band The Roots hosts B. B. King on guitar.
The interviews with the artists, which are dubbed into Slovak, look at their musical inspiration and the importance of live performances to them. The concerts presented range from private unplugged guitar sessions in small clubs to big shows in large arenas.

PRESENTING the performances and backstage buzz at the concerts of the biggest stars is the aim of the new movie All Access, currently being screened at the Orange Imax cinema in Bratislava.

This film, featuring Sheryl Crow, Sting, Santana, and Macy Gray performing some of their greatest hits, includes surprising joint appearances of artists who do not usually share a stage. For example, the Dave Matthews Band is shown rocking out with soul legend Al Green, hip-hop diva Mary J. Blige sings lead vocals with George Clinton's band, and hip-hop band The Roots hosts B. B. King on guitar.

The interviews with the artists, which are dubbed into Slovak, look at their musical inspiration and the importance of live performances to them. The concerts presented range from private unplugged guitar sessions in small clubs to big shows in large arenas.

The next IMAX premiere will be that of the documentary Space Station on June 19. Filmed 350 kilometres above earth on the International Space Station, the film documents the life of the crew. The film was created in cooperation with NASA and is the first IMAX 3D movie shot in space. The voiceover narration and the astronauts' dialogues are dubbed into Slovak.

For dates and prices check the schedule on page 13, call 02/4342-3033, or visit www.kinoimax.sk. Group screenings in English are available upon request.

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