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Duration: Version a: 20 min, Version b: 29 min.

Skies To Eternity Trailer



Skies to Eternity is a stereoscopic / 3D animated film on the history of aviation from antiquity to present times. It is the first Greek animated film produced with the technique of stereoscopy. More than 40 aircraft and flying devices are presented in real action.
From Icarus and Leonardo Da Vinci, to early dirigibles, to air balloons, Wright brothers and biplanes to the first hydroplanes, the famous DC3, the Constellation, Boeing 707, the first Jets, to the Apollo 11 moon landing, from the Concorde, the SR71, F4, MIG 21, Mirage to the Airbus A300, Boeing 747 to the Space Shuttle buses and the International Space Station and many more...
Skies to Eternity is a film about the 'dream of flying'... about 'achieving the impossible', against human nature...
It is a film that highlights the most important evolution steps of aviation in an action, entertainment, as well as educational film.
Suitable for Entertainment Parks, Attraction Film Theatres, 4D theatres, as well as TV Broadcast.

For more information, please, visit:
www.skiestoeternity.com
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A 10 min version of Skies to Eternity was installed at the Royal Air Force Museum in London (RAF), at their newly built 4D theatre for a year.

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Skies to Eternity was sold to the Chinese 3D broadcaster Hubu as well as the fleet of Air Canada (for the summer season 2012), as well as the Canal Plus in Poland and Deutsche Telekom (Germany) for 3d broadcasting.

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The 30 min version of our film 'SKIES TO ETERNITY' will be on permanent installation on the Technological Museum NOESIS, in Thessaloniki (Greece), in the 300 seat 3D screening room 'KOSMOTHEATRE', which is the largest screen in the Balkans. SKIES TO ETERNITY is the main new attraction of the Technological Museum for the 2011-12 season.
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