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The 2nd 65/70mm Workshop Session
Agenda 2007 - Pictureville, Bradford, 17 March 2007

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The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: Ramon Lamarca Marques, Brian Guckian and Mike TaylorDate: 30 January 2007
65mm Production

Cinematography:- 65mm Skills / Use of the Wide Angle

Sound Recording and Reproduction:- Recording Techniques / Uncompressed Digital Audio / Archiving Issues / Magnetic
Sound Striping Update

Economics:- Progress Report


Theatrical Presentation

General:- Amazing Audiences / Creating a Premier Experience / Premier Venues &
Non-cinema Venues / Affiliates

Print Issues:- Existing access to Archive Prints / New print sources & Special venue prints/
Restored Print circulation / Shipping costs and techniques

Technical:- Maintaining Quality and Consistency / Training / Curved Screens [New information]

Marketing / Showmanship:- Theatrical Ethos / Mike Todd's techniques [Select performances, special brochures etc.]


Industry Promotion

General:- Bringing Producers & Exhibitors together / Fostering interest from major Filmmakers


Issues Raised by Participants

Have Your Say! Creative Ideas Welcomed, Appreciated and Recorded
 
More in 70mm reading:

65/70mm Workshop


The 2007 report

Internet link:

The next meeting takes place 17 March 2007 at the Pictureville Cinema. Conference room is "On Location" on the top floor from 16:30 - 18:30.

About the 65/70mm Workshop

 
The 65/70mm Workshop - Brian Guckian (left) and Ramon Lamarca Marques (right).

Essentially...the Workshop is a creative and practical project, to bring new thinking and ideas to bear on the workable re-introduction of 70mm as a commercial cinema exhibition format, and as a realistic option for Filmmakers.

We believe that creative thinking, that reaches out to all who are interested, can bring forth unexpected results and developments. Already, some very good, imaginative ideas have come our way.
 
 
The third member of the 65/70mm Workshop is Mike Taylor.

The Workshop is further intended as an information resource, dealing with practical, technical and engineering issues relating to 70mm Exhibition and Distribution.

Our Aims are:

1. To preserve the film experience at its best, with large negative (65mm or wide horizontal 35mm) and prints on 70mm.

2. To serve as a platform and network for everybody who is interested in 65/70 production to expose their practical ideas, thoughts and solutions

3. To try and link cinematographers, producers, exhibitors and the film industry in general to drive the viability of production of films in this format

4. To promote film as an important artistic tool in the history of cinema, which can continue to be used along with other new media

5. To make possible, in a creative way, the return of the "cinema event presentation" as something unique and separate from other media


Our work is open to all, as ideas and imagination have no limits or boundaries. Our motto is: "Where There is a Will, There is a Way!"

We invite you to take part in this initiative, and warmly welcome all contributions, from whatever source.

With our thanks and best wishes

Brian Guckian

Ramon Lamarca Marques

Mike Taylor

65/70mm Workshop
 
 
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