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“Possessed in 70mm”
Keith Eisberg's six minute (demonstration) 70mm film

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Summary Written by: Paul Rayton Date: 20 September 2006
Shown at Bradford’s 2006 “Widescreen Weekend” for publicity and educational purposes. Mr. Eisberg is seeking completion funds and distribution for the 80-minute comedy - a feature length film, working title “Possessed in 70mm”

Story line: A comedy about a psychiatrist and his patients who express feelings of being possessed.

Location: Photographed entirely on location at the “Hollyhock House”, historic structure by noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright, near Griffith Park, in Los Angeles. Film stock: Photography to be on various 65mm camera stocks: Kodak 65mm 5274 T 200 tungsten. Kodak 65mm 5277 D 320 tungsten. Kodak 65mm 5246 D 250 daylight & Kodak 65mm 5279 T 500 tungsten. Stocks actually seen in demo reel: Interior hallway: Kodak 65mm 5277 T (320 tungsten) and Exterior scenes: Kodak 65mm 5246 D (250 daylight). Print stock used: Kodak Vision Premiere, type 2393 (70mm). Photographer & Director: Keith Eisberg.
 
More in 70mm reading:

Motion pictures photographed in Super Panavision 70 & Panavision System 65

Internet link:

Owned and Produced by

 
Film, Inc.,
Keith Eisberg
1645 N. Winona (#215)
Los Angeles, CA 90027 USA

Telephone: (cell) 310-245-0008
 
 

The following individuals can be contacted for information and/or work in 65mm productions

 
FotoKem Film and Video Lab (Large Format Division)
65mm processing / 70mm prints / Screenings / Editorial support
2801 Alameda Ave.,
Burbank, CA 91505
USA

Crest National Film and Video (Video transfers for editing / DVD purposes)
1000 N. Highland Ave.
Hollywood
CA 90028
USA

Kodak Films
6700 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles
CA 90038
USA

Panavision Inc.
6219 DeSoto Ave.
Woodland Hills
CA 91367
USA
 
 
 
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