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“The CINERAMA story”, a brand new publication from International 70mm Publishers

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The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: Johan C. M. Wolthuis, Arnhem, The NetherlandsDate: 04.05.2012
“The CINERAMA story” contains fifty six pages (16 in full colour) with historical advertisements, stories and interesting facts from 1952 on about the history of Cinerama.

“The CINERAMA story”, a brand new publication, was presented during the great celebration of the 60th Anniversary of CINERAMA in Bradford, UK, from April 27–30, 2012

A unique document from International 70mm Publishers in The Netherlands, about a unique 3-strip film process which seems to have died, but is getting a second life by the unbelievable work done by Dave Strohmaier and Randy Gitsch from Los Angeles. They are bringing Cinerama back in the front line again!

“The CINERAMA story” contains fifty six pages (16 in full colour) with historical advertisements, stories and interesting facts from 1952 on about the history of Cinerama.
 
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Internet link:

70mmpublishers.nl

 
Johan Wolthuis and his son Daan in Bradford, April 2012 selling the his new book. Image Thomas Hauerslev

The inspiration for this publication was the early announcement of the Bradford Cinerama festival Weekend with the great 3-strip screenings of the original Cinerama films like “How The West Was Won” and “The Wonderful World of The Brothers Grimm”.

Contributors to this publication:

Jan-Hein Bal, Amsterdam; Willem Bouwmeester, Rotterdam; François Carrin, France; Michael Coate, Los Angeles; David Coles, Australia; Alain Dorange, Malaysia.

Front page design: Wouter A. de Voogd, Amsterdam.

Editor and Publisher: Johan C. M. Wolthuis, Arnhem, The Netherlands

Price of “The CINERAMA Story” € 12.50 GB ₤ 10.- US $ 16.-

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