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ARRI 765

All 70mm film lists
Compiled by: Thomas Hauerslev Date: November 2002
Title Released Cinema Notes
   
BMW 850i (S) 1989 German. Commercial
Jesus was his Name (S) 1992   30 frames per second
Tour Eiffel (S) 1994   German
Pic du Midi (S) 1996 French. Made for Futuroscope
The Witness (S) 1999 CT, USA Some parts filmed in Super Panavision 70
100% (S) 1999
Testaments (S) 2000 Salt Lake City, USA Some parts filmed in Super Panavision 70
As Good as it Gets (S) 2006 7. November 2006, James Bridges Theatre, Los Angeles, USA 70mm demonstration film

Elements, part 1: The Air Over Bernina

2008   German short film
Several short demonstration films for Venice film festival 2008    
Sunset Song 2015   Exteriors in ARRI 765
Mr. Burberry
 
2016
 
  Steven McQueen's Burberry advert, shot in 65mm
The Art of Film
Mr. Burberry
• Notes: 65mm Sean Bobbitt, Tomboy Films
 

 


 

       
       
Nore in 70mm reading:

Interview With Otto Blaschek - The Making of ARRI 765



Internet link:

(S) = Short film

The ARRI 765 used for short segments

Title Released Cinema Notes
Far and Away 22.05.1992 Ziegfeld, NYC, USA The ARRI 765 was used for short segments
Little Buddha (P) 1993   Only parts in 65mm
Hamlet 22.12.1996 Ziegfeld, NYC, USA The ARRI 765 was used for short segments
The International 2008   Less than 5 minutes in the final film was photographed with ARRI 765
Nanga Parbat 2010    
Shutter Island 2010   Short sequences filmed in Panavision PFX System 65 & Arri 765

From American Cinematographer:

In prep, the filmmakers tested various methods of further enhancing the hyper-real look of Teddy’s visions; 65mm, anamorphic 35mm and high-definition video were all considered as mates for the project’s main format, Super 35mm. “The goal was to capture as much detail as possible for the DI suite,” says Richardson. “There weren’t as many differences among the filmouts as you might expect — the DI was the great equalizer — but 65mm had a definitive edge. We could wrestle with it in the digital world without the normal side effects encountered with a smaller negative. After he saw the tests, Marty agreed to shoot Teddy’s dream states on 65mm.” Unfortunately, after filming one day with a Panavision PFX System 65 Studio and an Arri 765, both cameras broke down on a frigid night. “Only a few of those shots remain,” says Richardson. (Ed. Note: These can be seen in a dream sequence that shows Teddy in Dachau in civilian clothes.)
 
Unknown 18.02.2011   Arri 765 for some scenes, most of the film is Super 35
Gravity

ICG Magazine

 
28.08.2013 Venice Film Festival The final scene was photographed with ARRI 765

From American Cinematographer:

Lubezki shot most of the live-action material in the film with Arri Alexa Classics and wide Arri Master Prime lenses, recording in the ArriRaw format to Codex recorders; the package was supplied by Arri Media in London. (Panavision London provided a Primo Close Focus lens that was used for a single shot.) He filmed a scene set on Earth on 65mm, using an Arri 765 and Kodak Vision3 500T 5219, to provide a visual contrast to the rest of the picture.
 
       
 
 
 
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