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The 70mm Newsletter
Changes and updates to the web site.Updated 04-07-17
“Possessed in 70mm”
By Rayton & Eisberg
A comedy about a psychiatrist and his patients who express feelings of being possessed.
On the trail of "Ryan's Daughter" and "Far and Away"
By Thomas Hauerslev
An illustrated photo album from the west coast of Ireland.
"Cinema Retro" - The Golden Age of Film Making
By Lee Pfeiffer and Dave Worrall
"Cleopatra" Revisited
By Rick Mitchell
The Poster Art of Howard Terpning
A Pictorial Presentation
FotoKem Restores "South Pacific"
FotoKem used its Imagica “Bigfoot” scanner to digitally recapture the faded glory of “South Pacific,” the 1958 65mm Todd AO classic. 20th Century Fox tapped FotoKem’s Large Format Group for the photochemical preservation and video mastering on the project, taking advantage of the facility’s 65mm scanner and its high speed 4K transfer capabilities.
How "Far and Away" became 65mm
By Mikael Salomon
"Far and Away" began as a small film which Ron and I talked about making, while shooting
"Backdraft"
70mm in Turkey
By Cüneyt GÜVEN

"The New World"
By Rick Mitchell & Bill Kallay
 
2005 Todd-AO Festival at the Pictureville
by Thomas Hauerslev
70mm Festival in Karlsruhe, Germany
By Thomas Hauerslev
"Sky over Holland"
From American Cinematographer
 
"Motion"
From American Cinematographer
Cinema #1 turns 111
By Thomas Hauerslev
See a few images of what is now a restaurant, in Paris, France
"The New World" Smell-O-Vision in Japan
By NTT Communications
Bob Gaffney Tribute
By Sherry Gaffney
As you probably know Bob passed away. We will have a Memorial Service for Bob where he requested that humorous eulogies should be spoken by those who knew him.
The Lingering Reek of “Smell-O-Vision”
By Patrick Kiger & Martin Smith
While "Scent of Mystery" wasn’t the first attempt to employ aromas in filmmaking, it was by far the most technologically intricate. It was the first motion picture that relied upon smells as integral devices in the plot
70mm Come Back!!!
By Rick Mitchel
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Cinerama at the Pictureville
by Thomas Hauerslev
The Advanced Projection Manual
by Torkel Sætervadet
The real story behind Circlorama
Mike Taylor joins 65/70mm Workshop
By Ramon Lamarca Marques and Brian Guckian
Mike Todd's Final Resting Place
By Ken Durbin
First 70mm Seminar in the Czech Republic
By Jakub Klíma
Classics at the Royal. The largest screen in Sweden
The U.S. Pavilion, Hemisfair, San Antonio, TX.
by John Stewart
The Passing of Richard Fleisher
By Rick Mitchell
This may also be the reason why Fleischer¹s more fantastic and adventurous films work as well as they do. Like Robert Wise, he took such projects seriously, and not only has his "20,000 Leagues Under The Sea" (Disney; 1954) and "The Vikings" (United Artists; 1958) never been equalled or surpassed, to date no one seems to have tried to do so.
"Fortress of Peace" Film Credits"Sky over Holland" Film Credits
"Motion" Film CreditsVisiting Susan M Todd
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