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June 1992 (USA) See more »
Larger than live
A filming of the 1990 Rolling Stones "Steel Wheels" concert that traveled Europe. This was filmed in the IMAX process, which allows the film to be projected in a size ten times the size of a regular 35mm projected image. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Mick Jagger ... Himself (as The Rolling Stones)

Keith Richards ... Himself (as The Rolling Stones)

Charlie Watts ... Himself (as The Rolling Stones)

Ron Wood ... Himself (as The Rolling Stones)

Bill Wyman ... Himself (as The Rolling Stones)
Chuck Leavell ... Himself (Keyboards)
Bobby Keys ... Himself (Saxophone)
Crispin Cioe ... Himself (Uptown Horns)
Arno Hecht ... Himself (Uptown Horns)
Hollywood Paul Litteral ... Himself (Uptown Horns)
Bob Funk ... Himself (Uptown Horns)
Bernard Fowler ... Himself (Vocals)
Lorelei McBroom ... Herself (Vocals)
Sophia Jones ... Herself (Vocals)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
The Uptown Horns ... Themselves

Directed by
Noel Archambault 
David Douglas 
Roman Kroitor 
Julien Temple 
Christine Strand (video "2,000 Light Years from Home")
Produced by
Michael Cohl .... executive producer
Nicholas J. Gray .... associate producer
Toni Myers .... associate producer
André Picard .... executive producer
Martin Walters .... co-producer
Robbie Williams .... line producer
Cinematography by
David Douglas 
Andrew Kitzanuk 
Film Editing by
Daniel Blevins  (as Daniel W. Blevins)
Jim Gable 
Lisa Grootenboer  (as Lisa Regnier)
Toni Myers 
Makeup Department
Caroline Clements .... makeup artist
Vera Mitchell .... makeup artist
Production Management
Jerry Gilleland .... production manager: Steel Wheels tour
Steve Howard .... executive in charge of production (as Stephen Howard)
Diane Roberts .... production manager (as Di Roberts)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chris Darke .... third assistant director
Darius Fisher .... first assistant director: second unit
Darius Fisher .... third assistant director
Mark Layton .... second assistant director
Nicky Rose .... first assistant director
Art Department
Michael Ahern .... production design: Steel Wheels tour
Mark Fisher .... production design: Steel Wheels tour
Mark Fisher .... stage designer
Mick Jagger .... production design: Steel Wheels tour
Jonathan Park .... production design: Steel Wheels tour
Charlie Watts .... production design: Steel Wheels tour
Patrick Woodroffe .... production design: Steel Wheels tour
Sound Department
Cedric Beatty .... location sound recording engineer
Gary C. Bourgeois .... sound re-recording mixer (as Gary Bourgeois)
Harry Braun .... location sound facility manager
Gary Epstein .... assistant sound engineer: Steel Wheels tour
Bruce Fleming .... sound recordist
Steve Foster .... re-recording assistant
Mark Gingras .... sound effects editor
Steve Gorman .... sound editor
Peter Harper .... edit mixer
Peter Harper .... sound conform
D. Webster Hill .... re-recording assistant
Kevin Howard .... sound effects editor
Eric Lambi .... assistant sound editor
Benjamin Lefevre .... sound consultant
Benjamin Lefevre .... sound engineer: Steel Wheels tour
Paul Massey .... music mixer, sound re-recording mixer
Scott Millan .... sound re-recording mixer
Robert Naify .... re-recording assistant
Rob Nokes .... assistant sound editor
Bruce Nyznik .... post-production sound supervisor
Mike Palozzi .... post-production sound
James Porteous .... sound conform
Christopher Marc Potter .... sound re-recording mixer
David A. Stinson .... re-recording assistant
Peter Thillaye .... location sound supervisor
Chris Wade-Evans .... monitor engineer: Steel Wheels tour (as Christopher Wade-Evans)
Visual Effects by
Christopher Holsey .... IMAX opticals
Mark Norton .... graphics: Steel Wheels tour
Camera and Electrical Department
Noel Archambault .... camera operator
Richard Blanshard .... still photographer
Ashley Bond .... second assistant camera
Greg Booth .... first assistant camera
Barry P. Brisley .... second assistant camera
Steve Brooke Smith .... second assistant camera (as Stephen Brooke-Smith)
Sean Burk .... lighting: SkyArt-Lights
Tracy Calderon .... camera operator: video camera, Steel Wheels tour
Monica Caston .... camera operator: video camera, Steel Wheels tour
Doug Collins .... first assistant camera (as Doug Colling)
Adam Cooper .... second assistant camera
Linda Danchak .... first assistant camera
Ben Davies .... second assistant camera
David Douglas .... camera operator
Paul Englefield .... first assistant camera
Shaun Evans .... second assistant camera
Henri Fiks .... camera operator
John Flemming .... grip
John Foster .... second assistant camera
Steve Foster .... electrician
Kevin Fraser .... grip
Bill Geddes .... grip (as Bill Geddies)
Dominique Gentil .... camera operator
Jeff 'Moose' Howery .... key grip (as J. "Moose" Howery)
Paddy Kiely .... second assistant camera
George King .... grip
Steve Kitchen .... electrician (as Stephen Kitchen)
Andrew Kitzanuk .... camera operator
Anne Lakota .... camera operator: video camera, Steel Wheels tour
Georges Lechaptois .... first assistant camera
Alan Martin .... gaffer: UK
Jason Martin .... electrician
James Neihouse .... camera operator (as James L. Neihouse)
Dave Neugebauer .... camera operator: video camera, Steel Wheels tour (as David Neuegebauer)
Cam North .... first assistant camera
Nick Pearson .... grip
Dennis L. Peterson .... gaffer
Matthew Pia .... video technician
Dylan Reade .... second assistant camera
Bill Reeve .... camera technician
William Reeve .... special cinematographer
Gregory Reis .... camera operator: video camera, Steel Wheels tour
David Rist .... crane technician
Tony Rowland .... dolly grip
Celeste Rufo .... camera operator: video camera, Steel Wheels tour
Dimo Safari .... still photographer
Jack Tankard .... first assistant camera
Toby Tobias .... video technician (as Toby Arnold)
Haskell Wexler .... camera consultant
Haskell Wexler .... camera operator
Jonathan Wood .... lighting: SkyArt-Lights (as Jonathon Wood)
Patrick Woodroffe .... lighting designer: Steel Wheels tour
Noddy Woodward .... grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sue Honeybourne .... wardrobe (as Sue Honeybone)
Susie Stokes .... wardrobe (as Suzi Stokes)
Fiona Williams .... stylist
Editorial Department
Norman Buckley .... assistant editor
David Cole .... assistant editor
Gary Fluxgold .... assistant editor
Mark Gingras .... assistant editor
Tim Gould .... assistant editor
Eileen Graham .... assistant editor
Steven Koflanovich .... post-production consultant: David Keighley Productions Ltd.
Cherie MacNeill .... assistant editor
Dan Muscarella .... color timer (for Consolidated Film Industries) (as Daniel Muscarella)
John W. Parsons .... negative cutting and splicing: 70MM Inc.
William Pine .... color timer (as Bill Pine)
Scott Price .... post-production consultant: David Keighley Productions Ltd. (as Scott H. Price)
Boyd Steer .... negative cutting and splicing: 70MM Inc.
Stuart Williams .... post-production consultant: David Keighley Productions Ltd.
Kevin Phelan .... assistant editor: Prominent Studios, UK (uncredited)
Music Department
Michael Brauer .... music mixer: Rolling Stones (as Michael H. Brauer)
Chris Kimsey .... music producer: Rolling Stones
Paul Massey .... music mixer: Rolling Stones
Transportation Department
Laurance Fowles .... driver
Robert Groves .... driver
Mark Howard .... driver
Graham Mathews .... driver (as Graham Matthews)
Gary Monk .... driver
John Norris .... driver
David Rist .... driver
Peter Street .... driver
Other crew
Michael Ahern .... production coordinator: Steel Wheels tour
Federico Alfonso .... runner: Wembley
Sheena Anderson .... continuity
Angus Banks-Stewart .... runner (for Wembley shoot) (as Angus Banks Stewart)
Nick Bennett .... runner: Wembley
Simon Bishop .... time code
Toni Blay .... location unit coordinator
Gayle Bonish .... title layout: Linotext Inc./Contempo Color
Ad Broad .... runner: Wembley
Michael Cohl .... concept
Ginger Corbett .... unit publicist
James Date .... runner: Wembley
Dee Dee Davidson .... production coordinator: Los Angeles
Pierre de Beauport .... guitar technician: Steel Wheels tour
Tim Desbois .... helicopter coordinator
David Douglas .... location director
Alan Dunn .... logistics: Steel Wheels tour
Arnold Dunn .... band road manager: Steel Wheels tour
Drew H. Fash .... process projectionist
Mary Fellows .... tour crew
Alexandra Ferguson .... production coordinator (location) (as Alex Ferguson)
Tim Fraser .... assistant time code
Alison Goodsall .... production coordinator: Canada
Jerry Grayson .... helicopter pilot
Cynde Harmon .... post-production accountant
Lee Harris .... runner: Wembley
Annie Irvine .... location production secretary
George Johnson .... supervisor: film laboratory
Peter Lang .... technical director: location
Albert Lawrence .... stage manager: Steel Wheels tour
Vivian Lubgans .... production accountant: Canada
Chuch Magee .... band crew chief: Steel Wheels tour
Rosemary McCarty .... production accountant: location
Pilar McCurry .... assistant: Mr. Kroitor
Joan McGuinness .... production coordinator: Canada
Glen Pearson .... runner: Wembley
Janice Petley .... logistics coordinator: location
Alex Powell .... location unit manager
Christopher Round .... assistant time code (as Chris Round)
Derk Russell .... runner: Wembley
Stephen Shepard .... drum technician: Steel Wheels tour
Arthur Sheriff .... unit publicist
David Stallbaumer .... stage manager: Steel Wheels tour
Angus Sutherland .... guitar technician: Steel Wheels tour
Carol Taverner .... publicist
Julien Temple .... creative consultant
Andy Topeka .... keyboard technician: Steel Wheels tour
Alison Ward .... runner: Wembley
Janice Crotch .... special thanks
Sherry Daly .... special thanks
Tony King .... special thanks
Doug Mielke .... special thanks
Joseph T. Owens .... special thanks
Miranda Payne .... special thanks
Jane Rose .... special thanks
Tony Russell .... special thanks

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Imaging fed to the jumbotrons at concerts came from "bread trucks" switching live feeds from an army of video cameras. Midway through post, the request came to use some of this video that had been recorded on 3/4" tape in the final IMAX film. This began a crazy series of tests to improve and up-res this video to be shot on IMAX neg at the lens facility in Mississauga. Test neg was processed in New York, prints made, returned to Toronto for screening at the IMAX theatre at Ontario Place. After many tries, a process was created to improve imaging enough to be used. Final release included approximately 6 minutes of this footage.See more »
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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
TOO larger than life, 24 February 2002
Author: drosse67 from Virginia

I had high hopes for this IMAX film. To say I was disappointed would be an understatement. What should have been a revolutionary concert film turns out to be 85 minutes of the Mick Jagger show. Now, that's really not a big surprise as he is, after all, a legendary frontman for a legendary rock band. But seeing him (and to a lesser degree Keith Richards and Ron Wood) in IMAX proportions, posturing around the stage and "playing" with the huge blow-up dolls is more than anyone can handle. The emphasis here was NOT on the music, but on their obvious reactions to being filmed by a huge IMAX camera. I have only seen the Rolling Stones in concert once (for their 1999 tour), but I have to say that this concert was fairly disappointing. The entire concert was not filmed, as you can see the list of songs near Charlie Watts' drum kit several times in the movie and a few--Harlem Shuffle, Angie, Jumping Jack Flash--were not filmed. I could not believe they left off the latter song, one of the Stones' signature songs. The songs they did perform were over-extended versions of other classics like Satisfaction, where Mick climbs the rafters and catwalks and just acts silly. I glanced around the IMAX theater while this movie was playing, and everyone was frozen in their seats. It would have been a good opportunity to really "cut loose" and move to the huge images and sound, but no one did. The filmmakers really missed out on an opportunity to film a great concert with "At the Max." You are left with the feeling that the Stones were patting themselves on the backs for "revolutionizing" the concert film.

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