Film directors decry Smithsonian’s decision to nix IMAX (The Washington Times)

Nature and education filmmakers are crying foul over the Smithsonian’s decision to close the IMAX theater at its National Museum of Natural History in order to expand cafeteria space.

Jonathan Barker, whose film “Amazon Adventure” has played in the museum’s Samuel C. Johnson IMAX Theater since April 2016, said closing the facility is a loss of a unique, educational experience and raises questions about the museum’s dedication to its mission.

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