Jun 25 | 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Join Dune Production Illustrator Ron Miller for a talk and presentation before the showing of the original Dune
Regarded as one of the leading movie production artists and space illustrators of our time, Ron Miller will be giving a talk/presentation at the Museum of Science & History before the showing of the original Dune.
The talk will highlight Miller’s collaboration with iconic movie director David Lynch on the original movie Dune. Following the talk, there will be an exclusive screening of the newly remastered theatrical cut of the film which has not been seen on the big screen since its original release in 1984. Featuring remastered images and sound, David Lynch’s vision of Dune never looked or sounded better.
“With the recent release of the new Dune movie, we wanted to allow the public to see the original version of the movie and get the behind-the-scenes story from the original movie production illustrator Ron Miller,” said Tony Hardy, theater director.
In addition to seeing the rare remastered version of the original Dune, there will be a display featuring never before seen artwork and actual film artifacts.
5:30 pm – Doors open
5:30 – 6:30 pm – Drinks & socializing in the museum lobby – drinks provided by Tipsy Tumbler
6:30 pm – Ron Miller Lecture begins in the theater
7:15 pm – Break
7:30 pm – DUNE 2D presentation/movie begins
10:00 pm – Event ends
Ticket holders will receive a complimentary Dune art print created especially by Ron Miller for this one-time talk & screening.