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12th Oslo 70mm Festival
25. August - 3. September 2017

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The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: Jan E. Olsen, curator of Festival.Date: 14.03.2017
Curator and organizer of the Oslo 70mm Festival, Jan E Olsen and 70mm festival guest Maria Hauerslev, agrees "7OMM IS OK". Picture by Thomas Hauerslev

The first 70mm festival in Oslo took place in the year 2000. As a projectionist at Cinemateket, I knew there was a collection of 70mm prints which rarely or never was screened. The films did not fit regular programming, they were regarded as too long, too pompous or too commercial. The idea to gather giant Hollywood blockbusters and to celebrate their success in bringing patrons back to the movie theatres has become a great success. We have searched for and found movies, which haven't been screened publically since their original release. We have inspired other Cinematheques and festivals to acknowledge ”The Rolls-Royce of film formats”, and even the Cinematheque in Paris has now started screening 70mm movies.

Most movie theatres in the world are now digitised. Analogue projection of movies is now a fairly rare event, limited to a few theatres in each country. Film laboratories have closed, an entire aspect of the cinema industry has vanished. Studios and film archives will presumably guard their precious prints, and print requests are becoming substantially harder than it was some few years ago. We are therefore particularly happy and proud to present so many unique and rare movie experiences during our 10 day festival.

The Norwegian film institute proudly presents the 12th Oslo 70mm festival. The program is a mix of vintage original prints, blow-ups and restored classics. This festival, dedicated to a movie format that was introduced more than 50 years ago, is a dream for many movie fans around the world. Today, movies and cinemas have reached a time of change – a change from film based to digital cinema and a change in the way movies are felt and understood.

For more information about tickets, accommodation etc, please contact festival curator Jan E. Olsen
 
More in 70mm reading:

2015 Festival:
70MM Impressions from Oslo
Gallery: 70mm Festival in Oslo

70mm, Cinerama and Cinemiracle shown in Norway

"A Year Along the Abandoned Road" - One Year in 12 Minutes and 70mm

"Where The Trains Used To Go" in IMAX by Morten Skallerud

"Norway" Cast & Credits

Interview with Mr Hans-Kristian Bukholm

Fønix, Kristianstad, Norway

"The Miracle of Todd-AO"

Internet link:

Norwegian Film Institute
2017 Program (in progress)

 
 

The Program (In progress)
The program will consist of 15 different feature films on 70mm. 2 screenings each weekday, 2 -3 titles in the weekends. 5 titles are all ready on sale.

 
Friday 25.08
19.00

Saturday 26.08
14:30 70mm Lecture "IN 7OMM – Past, Present and Future", by Thomas Hauerslev, in70mm.com
16:00 "Lawrence of Arabia" in Super Panavision 70
20.30 "Interstellar" in full 70mm with Datasat sound

Sunday 27.08
12.00 "The Sound of Music" in  Todd-AO
20.00 "The Hateful Eight" in Ultra Panavision 70

Monday 28.08
18:00 "Du bist Min – Ein deutsches Tagebuch" in DEFA 70

Tuesday 29.08
18:00 "Paint Your Wagon"

Wednesday 30.08
18:00 "Goya – oder der arge Weg der Erkenntnis" in DEFA 70

Thursday 31.08

Friday 01.09
18:00 "Signale" in DEFA 70 + see the fabulous trailer

Saturday 02.09
13.00 "The Sound of Music" in Todd-AO
16:30 "Cheyenne Autumn" in Super Panavision 70
20:00 "Lawrence of Arabia" in Super Panavision 70

Sunday 03.09
17:30 "The Hateful Eight" in Ultra Panavision 70

All films in original language. Restored and recent struck prints without sub titles, original prints with Scandinavian subtitles. German language movies with English subtitles.
 
2015 Festival:
70MM Impressions from Oslo
Gallery: 70mm Festival in Oslo


Oslo 2013 70mm Film Festival report

10th Oslo 70mm Festival, January 2013
70mm Festival in Oslo 2010
The 9th Oslo 70mm festival
The 2004 Oslo 70mm Film Festival
The First Oslo 70mm Festival 2000

70mm Retro - Festivals and Screenings
 

The Cinema

 
The charming Freia Chocolate Girl selling sweets from an authentic Freia chocolate tray during intermissions and breaks. Picture by Thomas Hauerslev

Our newly renovated cinema is equipped with two Philips DP70 70mm projectors.

Isco Ultra Star HD 87mm lenses and original Ultra Panavision 70 1.25 anamorphic lenses.

Panastereo 70mm magnetic preamplifier for format 40, 41, 42, 43 – with or without A or SR noise reduction. Yamaha DME64 central digital sound decoder.

Latest generation 4k projector, Sony SRX-R515P, with contrast ratio 8000:1
5 front channels with ElectroVoice VariplexII, refurbished with BMS drivers.
BGW amps.
2 x DTS XD10s
and Dolby Atmos sound system with Meyer surround speakers.

And of course, custom made masking curtain control with 15 pre-adjusted stops.
 
 

Festival Tickets

 
Jan Olsen showing his DP70 masking plates from various 70mm formats: "The Master", "Play Time", "Out of Africa" and "The Hateful Eight" for Ultra Panavision 70. Picture by Thomas Hauerslev

If you travel from abroad you may reserve tickets the following ways:
E-mail curator Jan E Olsen
Fax: + 47 2247 4598

If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

Tickets will be ready for you in an envelope with your name at the box office, where you can pay by cash or credit card.

Festival tickets: NOK 70,-/100,-

All screenings take place at Cinemateket in the heart of Oslo, within walking distance from the central train station

Cinemateket
Dronningensgate 16
0152 OSLO
NORWAY

Phone number to box office: + 47 2247 4589

Places to stay:

Cochs Pensjonat
Centrally located, near the royal castle. 15 minutes walking distance to the cinema. Best value!

Thon Hotels Astoria
In the same street as the cinema, two minutes walking distance. Great value!
 
 
  
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