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in70mm.com Mission:
• To record the history of the large format movies and the 70mm cinemas as remembered by the people who worked with the films. Both during making and during running the films in projection rooms and as the audience, looking at the curved screen.
in70mm.com, a unique internet based magazine, with articles about 70mm cinemas, 70mm people, 70mm films, 70mm sound, 70mm film credits, 70mm history and 70mm technology. Readers and fans of 70mm are always welcome to contribute.

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65/70MM WORKSHOP
The 65/70mm Workshop is edited and maintained by Ramon Lamarca Marques (England), Brian Guckian (Ireland) and Mike Taylor (England).

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Views and opinions are entirely theirs and generally, but not necessarily, shared by the editor of in70mm.com

65/70MM FILM - PROMOTING DIVERSITY, ARTISTIC FREEDOMS AND ARCHIVAL LONGEVITY

Leading Creative Artists in Cinema today - and Audiences at Box Offices around the world - appreciate and understand the value of large format motion picture origination and presentation.

65mm negative and 70mm print film bring detail, clarity and subtlety to the moving image. The format is an important aesthetic tool in the Artist's palette, greatly enhancing the Cinematic experience.

Diversity of artistic media is critical to the Artist's right to self-expression. This includes the ability to photograph and present motion picture films on film. The long-term archival advantages of motion picture film are also critical in allowing Filmmakers preserve - and also re-print - their works for future generations to appreciate and enjoy.

Modern 70mm prints are accompanied by full-range digital audio, and thanks to modern film stocks, have a unique, irreproducible visual texture. It is vitally important that choice in how Filmmakers tell and present their stories is preserved.

With thanks to in70mm.com and the Widescreen Weekend

65/70mm Workshop

THE 65/70MM WORKSHOP IN PRINT
A paper summarising many of the topics covered by the Workshop since 2006 was published in Cinema Technology (Journal of the BKSTS, December 2009 and March 2010), and also by International 70mm Publishers, The Netherlands in their book "Digital & 65mm": Today's Technology for Tomorrow's Cinema (Johan Wolthuis, 2010).

The Paper, entitled Waking the Sleeping Giant, also carries an account of the Vistamorph(R) process by Chris O'Kane.

Our thanks to the BKSTS and to International 70mm Publishers, The Netherlands.
 
 
TOP STORIES
"Interstellar" opens in 5/70 and IMAX 70MM
...a page in progress
This is a page in progress with stories about Christopher Nolan's new film "Intersellar", which is being released in IMAX 70mm and 5 perf 70mm 7. November 2014.
Sunset Song Filming in 65mm
"Sunset Song" is a film adaptation of Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s 1932 classic novel by director Terence Davies. To capture the landscape, the filmmakers have chosen to shoot on 65mm film, a creative decision that the producers say “will ensure depth, clarity and emotional impact on the screen”.

"The Master" (2012)
“We thought at the time that there wouldn’t be many places to play this in 70mm, but we were pleasantly surprised. There are still a lot of projectors, at least in US, that are 35mm and 70mm combined.”

- Paul Thomas Anderson
Paul Thomas Anderson
"The Master" in System 65

"The Master" surpasses per-screen box office record; 70mm release appeals to cineastes, younger audiences - Variety report

"The Master": Framed in 65mm for Maximum Visual Impact - Kodak InCamera

Masterful use of 65mm on "Master" - Variety Oscar News

ULTRA HD (UHD) IN THE HOME BOOST FOR 65MM ORIGINATION
The recent announcement at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) of near-4K resolution television displays is a significant boost for the expanding use of the 65mm and IMAX formats in feature film and documentary production.

As the quality of domestic television displays increases significantly, a corresponding demand arises for increased quality in image origination - quality more than amply provided by the 5-65 and 15-65 film formats, and future-proofed in addition.

Wide- and large-format film carries very large amounts of image information in an economical, readily-accessible manner, impervious to constant changes in technology, and with long-lasting archival value.
It may also be financially possible to change some film-based workflows to 65mm without increasing costs significantly, in terms of typical overall expenditure on feature films.

65mm - The Versatile Shooting Format
A Review of "The Master" in 70mm
Batman to the Max - American Cinematographer 8/2012
 
 
FEED BACK
10.10.2010
Please do all you can to bring back 70mm with its attendant arc lamps to enable 70mm to be shown in all its glory. Full letter.
12.03.2010 - USA
This is in regards to bringing back 70 mm film presentation in the theater. I think it’s a great idea. I always loved 70 mm and I feel bad that the young generation hasn’t been able to experience it. I took my Kids to see "Shutter Island", Martin Scorsese’s new film that was shot in both 35 mm & 70 mm and the kids loved it. Full letter
21.05.2009 - Australia
I enjoyed reading your Tab Presentation and always remembered that only old run down theatres didn't have a curtain to protect the screen, they always had masking though. Full letter
22.10.2008
One movie I would love to see shot in 65MM is the adaptation of Halo, which will be produced by Peter Jackson. If that movie were to be shot on 65MM stock, then younger people will be blown away. Full letter
26.03.2006
Can 70mm make more money? Now it seems that Imax are demonstrating that it can. But someone has to be willing to put the millions up to do it. The cinema biz is run by 30 year old accountants. Full letter

WORKSHOP AIMS
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, 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.

INTERNATIONAL 70MM PUBLISHERS
"Digital & 65mm"
By Johan Wolthuis

Now available from "International 70mm Publishers", edited and published by Johan Wolthuis in The Netherlands. The book examines the question: "Are there any chances for the future of original 65mm filming and 70mm presentation?"
 

Online: 02-06-1999. Updated: 22-12-2016