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Changes and updates to the web site. Updated 22-12-16
1998

Meet the Chief - Thomas Hauerslev
by Cinema Technology

2001

Cinemas of Copenhagen - An in depth look at all the screens
1999

How to Create the Best experience in the Cinema
By Thomas Hauerslev
Films like "Titanic" and "Braveheart" should have been shot in 65mm simply because they are "big" movies. But shooting in 65mm doesn't need to be limited to the obvious mega productions. Small independent movies would benefit enormously with the sharper picture. I'd enjoy seeing films like "Enemy of the State", "As Good As It Gets" and "You've Got Mail" and many more, shot on 65mm stock and presented in 70mm. I and most of our readership would certainly seek out cinemas presenting films in 70mm.
   
4-track mag at the Egyptian
by Richard Greenhalgh
Restoration of “Patton”
by Michael Pogorzelski
Discoveries from the "Around the World in 80 Days" Collection
By Brian Travis
The Library's “Around the World in 80 Days” footage consists of 426 reels of picture and sound track material, in several languages, in 16mm, 35mm and 70mm.
Showscan enters liquidation process
by Greg Faris
"The Alamo" August 9, 2001
Reprinted from Dallas Observer by permission from Robert Wilonsky.
An Interview With Jim Ward, V.P. of Marketing, Lucasfilm, Ltd.
By Bill Kallay
Jedi Knights, Imperial Storm troopers and Tusken Raiders rejoiced this past summer of 2002, when it was announced that "Star Wars: Episode II-Attack of the Clones", would be released in the IMAX format. For how many years have fans of the original trilogy, and now prequels, wished upon the stars above Skywalker Ranch for the films to be shown on the giant IMAX screen?
The Passing of Bill Shaw
William C. Shaw, one of the founders of IMAX Corporation, died on Saturday, August 31 at age 73. Shaw died in a Toronto hospital after suffering complications from a heart attack. Shaw joined Graeme Ferguson, Roman Kroitor and Robert Kerr in 1968 to design and develop the IMAX projection system.
Wide Screen In LA, Fall 2002
by Bill Kallay
"Cinerama Adventure" update Filming of "Lewis and Clarke" in IMAX
By Kurtis Burr
One of the biggest challenges in doing an IMAX film about "Lewis and Clark" is trying to capture the incredible scenery they would have experienced almost 200 years ago.
"This is Cinerama"'s Cinerama Dome

 
"Cinerama Adventure" in Telluride
by Dave Strohmaier
70mm at the City Screen York
by Darren Briggs
Cinerama's 50th Anniversary
By Greg Kimble
"THIS IS CINERAMA!" - These three words changed movies forever, just as Al Jolsen's ad libbed, "You ain't heard nothing yet" had done in 1927. It was September 30, 1952 at the Broadway Theater in Manhattan
Who is Greg Kimble?
Greg Kimble is a classically trained visual effects supervisor with credits dating back to the Special Edition of "Close Encounters". An avid "Trekie," his first screen credit was on the original Star Trek film, where he shot all the Klingon war birds and the V'ger craft.
An Interview With Roy Conli, Producer of "Treasure Planet"
By Bill Kallay
I came to Disney in 1993 and worked on the development of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" and was co-producer on that film. I went to France to run the French unit, and then ended up staying for three years running the French studio, where I worked on the production of "Hercules" (1997) and "Tarzan" (1999). And then I came back here five years ago to produce this film. And previous to that, I was in the theatre.
"How the West Was Won" screening at the Dome
by Richard Greenhalgh with Rick Mitchell
How The West Was Won - in Cinerama (1983)
by Greg Kimble
2002 LFCA
By Bill Kallay
Universal Studios, Imagine Entertainment and IMAX recently unveiled their plans to re-release the 1995 film, "Apollo 13", in IMAX later this summer, re-titled as Apollo 13-The IMAX Experience. The film went through IMAX's proprietary software process, DMR, to enlarge and de-grain the Super 35mm images for presentation on the IMAX screen. In addition, the 2.40:1 aspect ratio has been re-worked into 1.66:1.
Canadian 70mm and Cinerama screenings
by Bill Kretzel
The Lion King: The IMAX Experience An Interview with Don Hahn
By Bill Kallay
My favorite sequence in IMAX is when Mufasa's ghost shows up, Simba goes to the reflecting pool, sees his reflection, and then all of the sudden, the clouds form and Mufasa shows up. That's a stunning scene in IMAX. To see a six-story tall apparition coming at you is very moving.
Willem Bouwmeester 2002 member of the Academy of the Widescreen Weekend
Immersive Cinema Technologies Will it Continue?
by Mark Andrew Job
 
26 Things Movies Taught You
By Bill Kallay
Rather than wasting bullets, megalomaniacs prefer to kill their archenemies using complicated machinery involving fuses, pulley systems, deadly gasses, lasers and man-eating sharks, which will allow their captives at least 20 minutes to escape.
Halloween Movie Safety Tips
   
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