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Seattle Cinerama Big Screen 70MM Festival
13 - 29 September 2013

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The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: Seattle Cinerama Date: 17.08.2013
Film buffs will be treated to classic widescreen movies during the "Big Screen 70MM Festival", including extremely rare 70mm prints from studio vaults and archives. The festival opens Sept. 13 and runs through September 29. The festival will feature two of only seven movies ever produced for Cinerama's three-projector technology, "This is Cinerama" and "How The West Was Won".

LANDMARK THEATER
Cinerama Theatre is owned by Paul G. Allen, the Seattle philanthropist and co-founder of Microsoft. He saved the vintage 1963 movie theater from demolition in 1998. Last year he gave the theater a multi-million dollar upgrade, with digital sounds, 3-D capabilities, a new screen, movie memorabilia from his personal collection and the best selection of locally-made concessions at any theater in Seattle.

NOW SHOWING INNOVATION
We’ve outfitted the new Cinerama with world-class advancements—just as you would expect from owner Paul G. Allen—an impressive technical upgrade featuring the latest in motion picture technology. The new state of the art digital projection, sound system, and 70-foot screen provide the best visual and audio experience found on the planet.

MOVIES AS THEY WERE INTENDED
Cinerama has leaped once again into the technical future. Yet it’s equally important to embrace our historic roots with Cinerama 3-strip projection, and 35/70mm capabilities. The existing film projectors have all been kept intact. There are only three theaters in the world that can still show Cinerama movies, and we have the one and only that can show Super Cinerama.

For more information about the film festival, including screening times, visit: www.cinerama.com

Media contact: Greg Wood
 
More in 70mm reading:

Rare, Classic Films to Screen at Seattle Cinerama Theatre

Brief Cinerama report from Dave Strohmaier

Seattle's Cinerama Theatre is getting technical upgrade

Internet link:

seattlecinerama.com


 

70mm and 3-Strip Cinerama schedule

 
Fri. Sept. 13
5:30 Baraka
9:30 Vertigo

Sat. Sept. 14
1:00 Lawrence Of Arabia
8:00 2001

Sun. Sept. 15
1:30 Sound Of Music
7:00 Patton

Mon. Sept. 16
tba

Tue. Sept. 17
7:00 Hamlet

Wed. Sept 18
7:00 Spartacus

Thu. Sept. 19
7:00 Patton

Fri. Sept. 20
3:30 Vertigo
7:30 Lawrence Of Arabia

Sat. Sept. 21
1:00 Spartacus
8:00 2001

Sun. Sept. 22
1:30 Hamlet
8:00 Baraka

Mon. Sept. 23
tba

Tue. Sept. 24
4:00 Baraka
8:00 2001

Wed. Sept. 25
3:00 Patton
8:00 Vertigo

Thu. Sept. 26
2:00 Sound Of Music
7:00 Lawrence Of Arabia

Fri. Sept. 27
7:30 How The West Was Won

Sat. Sept. 28
1:30 How The West Was Won
8:00 This Is Cinerama

Sun. Sept. 29
2:00 How The West Was Won
 
 
   
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