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NASCAR: The IMAX Experience -- A big-screen look into one of America's most successful entertainment industries, NASCAR racing.
NASCAR: The IMAX Experience -- A big-screen look into one of America's most successful entertainment industries, NASCAR racing.

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Director:
Writer:
Mark Bechtel (narration written by)
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Release Date:
12 March 2004 (USA) See more »
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Up To 8 Stories High... 12,000 Watts Of Sound... 750 Horsepower
Plot:
A big-screen look into one of America's most successful entertainment industries, NASCAR racing. | Add synopsis »
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Strictly for Nascar fans, and even they will be only mildly entertained See more (18 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Kiefer Sutherland ... Narrator (voice)
Tony Stewart ... Himself
Matt Kenseth ... Himself

Jimmie Johnson ... Himself / Moonshiner

Dale Earnhardt Jr. ... Himself

Jeff Gordon ... Himself
Ryan Newman ... Himself / Moonshiner
Bobby Labonte ... Himself
Bill France Jr. ... Bill France Sr. (voice)
Mike Helton ... Sheriff
Gary Nelson ... Sheriff
Neil Goldberg ... TV Control Room
Artie Kempner ... TV Control Room
Darrell Waltrip ... On-Screen Announcer
Larry McReynolds ... On-Screen Announcer
Mike Joy ... On-Screen Announcer
Barney Hall ... Track Announcer
Joe Moore ... Track Announcer
Allen Bestwick ... TV Announcer
Wally Dallenbach ... TV Announcer
Benny Parsons ... TV Announcer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Chillie Mo ... Bullet

Richard Petty ... Himself
Ken Schrader ... Himself (uncredited)

Directed by
Simon Wincer 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mark Bechtel  narration written by

Produced by
Neil Goldberg .... executive producer
Doug Hylton .... producer
Lorne Orleans .... producer
 
Original Music by
Eric Colvin 
 
Cinematography by
James Neihouse 
 
Film Editing by
Terry Blythe 
 
Production Management
Dennis Bishop .... unit production manager
John Falvey .... production supervisor
Sarah Nettinga .... executive in charge of production
 
Sound Department
Ed Douglas .... sound editor
Goro Koyama .... foley artist
Andy Malcolm .... foley artist
Anna Malkin .... foley recording assistant
Cory Mandel .... sound re-recording mixer
Christopher Miller .... sound editor
Bruce Nyznik .... adr stage supervisor
Greg Smith .... sound recordist
Mark Spagnolo .... sound recordist
Peter Thillaye .... sound re-recording mixer
Don White .... foley recording mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Steve Emerson .... digital compositor
Mark Neysmith .... 3D modeling and animation lead
Daniel Rapo .... scanning & film recording
Craig Edward Rogers Jr. .... film recording
Pat Wakefield .... digital effects artist
 
Stunts
Steve Kelso .... action racing coordinator
Spiro Razatos .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Tom Barrett .... key grip
Justin Bergler .... clapper loader: "a" camera
Massimo Bordonaro .... ad/pub services
Marc Ehrenbold .... camera operator
Michelle Hemion Griffis .... camera production assistant (as Michelle Hemion)
Josh Gundling .... assistant camera
Charles A. Harris .... rigging key grip
Greg Martin .... grip
Christian Shonts .... assistant camera / loader
 
Animation Department
Donald Dowd .... background artist
Justin Kupka .... animator
 
Editorial Department
Todd Baillere .... post-production consultant
Adam M. Duthie .... assistant editor
Charlie Fuguet .... post-production consultant
Christopher Loucks .... post-production consultant (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Lyle Christensen .... shotmaker driver
 
Other crew
Adam Edwards .... production coordinator
Jonathan Grubbs .... production assistant
Lance Holland .... location manager
Christopher Just Weaver .... behind-the-scenes video
Doug Lavender .... stereographer
Peter Minor .... location scout
Ryanne Nicksa .... production assistant
Spiro Razatos .... race coordinator
Jeff Winn .... craft service
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"NASCAR 3D: The IMAX Experience" - USA (original title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG for some crash scenes
Runtime:
40 min
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Strictly for Nascar fans, and even they will be only mildly entertained, 2 May 2006
Author: (quocanh80@hotmail.com) from Saigon, Vietnam

First of all I am not a fan of Nascar, I do follow the odd Formula One race, but living in Europe, Nascar is something I may happen to see playing at five in the morning on one of the sport shows, or is a sport I prefer to play on the Playstation. As a cultural phenomenon, a thrill sport, or a symbol of national prestige (as so many American sports tend to be) it goes entirely over my head.

Now Nascar IMAX was something I was looking forward to, yes I actually thought that the promise of seeing these races in 3D would make me appreciate some of the dynamics of the sport. Alas no, or at least this is not the movie that will achieve this end. The movie is slow, with very few action scenes, doesn't look that great in 3D and is heavily dependant on dialogue. These should be basic no,no's for an IMAX movie, and yet some bright spark continues to invest heavily in such banal material.

I do long for the day when IMAX equipment will be put into the hands of a true master of cinema, I remember watching Nascar thinking, "with all this technology, all this money, the best they can do is deliver a weak documentary about racing cars?". I guess IMAX could be the next frontier of cinema, and with the way cinema is heading, this can not come any sooner. Alas, Nascar IMAX is not the one that's gonna take IMAX to the edge. So I guess the IMAX gauntlet remains unraised. Any takers??

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