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Golden Village Multiplex and Jack Neo’s “Long, Long Time Ago” introduce Singapore to the Auro 11.1 by Barco immersive sound system
Posted on Thursday, February 18, 2016
Singapore — 17 February 2016 — Market leader in digital cinema technology Barco is proud to finally introduce the Auro 11.1 immersive sound set-up to moviegoers in Singapore. Golden Village Multiplex will be the first local cinema operator to support the revolutionary audio format. The first screening in Auro 11.1 will be Director Jack Neo’s full length feature film "Long, Long Time Ago," at Golden Village Suntec City theater.

Auro 11.1 by Barco is a unique sound format that adds two additional layers of sound to the existing 5.1 surround sound layer. These unique height and overhead channels create a natural, lifelike sound, with sound waves coming from every direction, just like they do in real life. These lifelike characteristics have already persuaded numerous Hollywood producers and cinema operators who were looking for new ways to differentiate themselves.

 

Evoking history through sound and vision

Among the Auro-converts is director Jack Neo, who mixed his latest effort, the full length feature film Long, Long Time Ago, in the format. The movie — which features an ensemble of local veteran artists including Aileen Tan, Mark Lee, Wang Lei and Suhaimi Yusof — is situated somewhere between 1965 and the early 1970s. It tells the history of Singapore’s growth as a nation through the story of protagonist Zhao Di (played by Aileen Tan), as her family journeys through the years from their humble Kampong (village) to a modern HDB flat. The moody cinematography, combined with the unique features of Auro 11.1, evoke a historic setting that truly envelopes the audience.

 

“It’s great to get the opportunity to support this unique cinematic experience with Auro 11.1 in Singapore,” says Wilfred Van Baelen, CEO and founder of Auro Technolgies. “I’m convinced that moviegoers will be thrilled by the experience, and feel part of the history of Singapore.”

 

50% audio, 100% unique experience

Long, Long Time Ago is being shown for the first time in Singapore in full-fledged Auro 11.1 at Golden Village Suntec City theater. “Visualization has grown tremendously in recent years, while the evolution

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