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13th Todd-AO Festival at the Schauburg
22 - 24. September, 2017

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Written, Performed and organized by: Herbert Born & Thomas Hauerslev, Schauburg Cinerama Theatre, Karlsruhe, GermanyDate: 20.06.2017
Updated 22-09-17
KARLSRUHE, June 2017 / in70mm.com news. We have launched the 13th instalment of the “Todd-AO 70mm Festival“ to be held from 22 - 24. September, 2017 at the Schauburg Cinerama in Karlsruhe, in the south West of Germany. For three days in September Filmtheater Schauburg celebrates the world of LARGE FORMAT film, by offering a series of epic films in 70mm - the Ultra HD of film formats.

The Todd-AO Festival at the Schauburg is about going to the movies in style. Seeing the films at the Schauburg is like seeing the films as they were originally presented - in a big cinema, on a huge curved screen with red curtains. It's all about showmanship and presentation, and very few cinemas today - if any - do it better than the staff of the Schauburg.

From vintage classics to the latest Roadshow 70mm films, all of which proudly carry trade names of large format motion picture processes. The festival is much more than 70mm films. Enjoy Schauburg's famous breakfast buffet, listen to lectures and witness a special section with rarely seen 70mm short films. On Friday night, festival sponsor the local brewery Hoepfner traditionally hosts a ”Hoepfner Get together” with free beers. Included in the ticket is also the 40-48 page full-color printed souvenir program especially made for the Todd-AO Festival. It includes detailed information and pictures of the films shown, as well as an article or two, relevant to the weekend. A treasure to take home and keep. All free of charge and included in the festival ticket.

Join us and be part of this unique event and share the excitement together with visitors from all around the world - including Austria, Switzerland, Holland, Germany, Denmark, England, USA, Japan, Sweden and France - and hopefully many more. Some films are in their original English versions and some "70mm Vintage Classics", are dubbed into German. Due to the age of the prints, many have lost their color and are faded. But they are ORIGINAL premiere 70mm prints from the 1960s. Like all modern cinemas, The Schauburg enjoys the benefits and advantages of digital projection technology, but the "Todd-AO Festival Policy" is simple. NO DIGITAL! No compromise at the Schauburg where 70mm is concerned! That is our Todd-AO Festival hall mark, as we honour 60 years of 70mm projectionist tradition, and present film as they were meant to be presented, on genuine 70MM film, done by real people.

One of very few original cinemas, still equipped with 70mm projectors. A new Harkness screen was installed  for the 11th Todd-AO Festival in 2015. The screen is 16,15 meters wide along the curve, screen chord is 14 meters, Todd-AO height is 6,4 meters, and the depth of the screen is 3,45 meters. Projection distance is 23,8 meters, radius is 8,8 meters and screen curvature is approximately 105 degrees. The curved screen has both vertical and horizontal moveable masking and covered with a "Cinerama red" curtain.

"No expenses are spared to give you the very best experience.", says Herbert Born, and he continues: "It is a Harkness Perlux 140 with a 1,4 gain which helps to reduce the cross reflections of the deeply curved Cinerama screen at the Schauburg."

• "in 70mm" is unlike anything you have ever seen - a High Definition movie experience with extremely sharp images and crystal clear 6 track stereo.
• "in 70mm" is very realistic, almost three dimensional and can make everything you have ever seen pale into insignificance. But don't take our word for it - come and see for your self.

All 70mm films will be projected by vintage and historically correct Philips DP70 and DP75 projectors. Magnetic sound reproduction by SCS preamplifiers, sound format dependent noise reduction by Dolby A/SR circuits. Auditorium sound presentation by state of the art Alcon speakers.

Herbert Born
Filmtheater Schauburg
 

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Att: Herbert Born
Marienstraße 16
76137 Karlsruhe
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Tel: +49 721 35 000 11
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13th 70mm Todd-AO Festival Schauburg-Cinerama Program

 

Friday, 22. September 2017

 
Festival Welcome
Welcome to the 13th Todd-AO Festival. Meet and greet friends of 70mm and curved screens. Talk about vinegar, pink prints and the big classics.

This festival, dedicated to a movie format nearly 60 years old, is a dream for a lot of 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. We are sure, that our “Todd-AO 70mm Festival” presented on the curved screen of the Schauburg not only will make you remember cinema-going from a time long ago, but also make you aware of the responsibility we all have: To honour the genius of so many people who have given us stories and unforgettable moments in breathtaking and crystal clear large format pictures.

Let us hope, that the splendour of 70mm not only serves our nostalgic dreams, but also offers the chance for a young audience to experience a historic and magic landmark of cinema.

Herbert Born
Schauburg Kino
Karlsruhe, Germany
 

• 11:00 - 12:44 “Falsches Spiel mit Roger Rabbit”.

Original title: “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” (1:44) / USA 1987. Principal photography in: Spherical 1,85:1 with Panavision lenses. Presented in 70mm (1,85:1) / in 70mm blow-up with 6-track Dolby stereo with split surrounds. German version / 104 minutes / Original premiere print. World premiere: 22.06.1988. German premiere: 27.10.1988.

Produktion: Robert Watts, Frank Marshall / Regie: Robert Zemeckis, Richard Williams (Zeichentrick-Regie) / Buch: Jeffrey Price, Peter S. Seaman / Vorlage: Gary K. Wolf (Roman) / Kamera: Dean Cundey / Musik: Alan Silvestri / Schnitt: Arthur Schmidt /

Darsteller: Bob Hoskins (Eddie Valiant), Christopher Lloyd (Judge Doom), Joanna Cassidy (Dolores), Stubby Kaye (Marvin Acme), Alan Tilvern (R.K. Maroon)

Forget Mary Poppins and those Disney movies with cute penguins, this is where the fun is! The 1947 Hollywood film industry depends upon toons, indestructible cartoon characters. Roger Rabbit, one of the best, is distracted as he suspects his wife is unfaithful. The studio boss employs a private eye, Hoskins, to check up for him. One of the finest interactions between animation and live action.

Academy Awards, USA 1989
Best Film Editing
Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing
Best Effects, Visual Effects
Special Achievement Award For animation direction and creation of the cartoon characters.

Academy Awards Nominated
Best Cinematography
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration
Best Sound

70mm Blow Up List 1988 - by in70mm.com
 

Coffee & Kuchen / Afternoon tea & coffee
• 13.00 Coffee & Kuchen / Afternoon tea & coffee

"Roadshow", "Six-track", "Intermission", "Curved screen", "Epic" -- all familiar words for the knowledgeable 70mm fan. Words we all know and love, because we know what they mean: A return to the Schauburg in Karlsruhe, and the annual gathering of fans of large format film. 3 days where we all go wide-eyed for 12 hours each day.
 

• 13:30 - 16:16 + Intermission "Grand Prix".

50th Anniversary Screening

"Grand Prix" (2:56) Filmed in: 65mm 5 perforations, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Super Panavision 70. Presented in: CINERAMA & Super Panavision 70 with 6-track magnetic stereo (German version). Aspect ratio: 2,21:1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1966. World Premiere: 21.12.1966, Warner Cinerama Theatre, New York, USA. German premiere: 13.10.1967

Screenplay by Robert Alan Arthur; Directed by John Frankenheimer; Produced by Edward Lewis and Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

James Garner (Pete Aron), Eva Marie Saint (Louise Frederickson), Yves Montand (Jean-Pierre Sarti ), Toshiro Mifune (Izo Yamura) and Brian Bedford (Scott Stoddard).

Academy Awards, USA 1967
Best Sound
Best Film Editing
Best Effects, Sound Effects
 
 

• 18:00 - 19:36 "Baraka"

25th Anniversary Screening

"Baraka" (1:36) Filmed in: 65mm 5 perforations, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Cinespace 70 by Todd-AO. Presented in: Todd-AO with 6-track magnetic stereo. Aspect ratio: 2,21:1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1992. World Premiere: Montreal World Film Festival. Montreal, Canada, 30.08.1992. German premiere: 26.08.1993.

Directed by Ron Fricke. Written by Ron Fricke & Mark Magidson and more. Produced by Mark Magidson and Alton Walpole. Music by Michael Stearns. Cinematography by Ron Fricke. Film Editing by David Aubrey, Ron Fricke & Mark Magidson


"Baraka" is an ancient Sufi word and is best translated as a blessing, or the breath, or essence of life, from which the evolutionary process unfolds. "Baraka", the epic non-verbal film, tells the story of the earth's evolution, man's diversity and interconnection, and his impact on the planet. According to director Ron Fricke, "It is a journey of rediscovery that plunges into nature, history, the human spirit, and finally into the realm of the infinite". The film was shot on 65mm in 24 countries, in such diverse locales as Brazil, Nepal, Cambodia, Kuwait, India, Tanzania and Iran. "Baraka" won the 1992 "Best Picture" (Hors Concours) International Film Critics Jury Award at the Montreal Film Festival.
 

Dinner/Imbiß - Break. Gemeinsames Essen / Buffett
• 20:00 Dinner/Imbiß - Break. Gemeinsames Essen / Buffett

Join us and be part of this unique event and share the excitement together with visitors from all around the world - including Austria, Switzerland, Holland, Germany, Denmark, England, USA, Sweden and France - and hopefully many more.

In the Splendor of 70mm
In the Splendor of 70mm

 

• 21:00 - 22:47 "Dunkirk"

"Dunkirk" (1:47). Filmed in: IMAX 65mm 15 perforations, 24 frames per second, and Panavision System 65 IMAX 65mm 5 perforations, 24 frames per seconds. Principal photography in: IMAX. Presented in: Panavision Super 70 with 5.1 Datasat stereo. (Original version with German subtitles). Aspect ratio: 2,21:1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 2017. World Premiere: 21.07.2017. German premiere: 27.07.2017.

Produktion: Christopher Nolan, Emma Thomas / Regie:
Christopher Nolan / Buch: Christopher Nolan / Kamera: Hoyte van Hoytema / Musik: Hans Zimmer / Schnitt: Lee Smith /

Darsteller: Fionn Whitehead (Tommy), Tom Glynn-Carney (Peter), Jack Lowden (Collins), Harry Styles (Alex), Aneurin Barnard (Gibson), James d‘Arcy (Col. Winnant), Tom Hardy (Farrier), Kenneth Branagh (Commander Bolton), Mark Rylance (Dawson), Barry Keoghan (George), Cillian Murphy (Zitternder Soldat)
 

From 23:00 Get together with Hoepfner and friends

Herbert Born, theatre manager of the Schauburg will again - personally - and with great skills, serve chilled Hoepfner Brau to everyone after "Dunkirk" adventure. The Get Together is always very popular, so be sure to stand in line. Our friend at Hoepfner Brau have have kindly sponsored the beer.

• 23.00 Hoepfner Get-Together. Herbert Born, theatre manager of the Schauburg will serve chilled Hoepfner Brau to everyone

Picture gallery from 12th Todd-AO Festival @ the Schauburg Cinerama, Karlsruhe
 
 
 

Saturday, 23. September 2017

 
09.00 - 10.00 Full 70mm Breakfast
• 09:00 Breakfast 70. Schauburg Kino's famous full breakfast menu for festival pass holders in the Cinerama Lounge on the 1st. floor. Enjoy hot and cold with bread, pretzels fresh fruit. Hot sausages, scrambled eggs and bacon. Butter, honey and jam. Salami, smoked salmon, ham and apples served with juice, milk, coffe and the (green & black) and something for the sweet tooth too!  
 

• 10:00 - 11:00 CINERAMA short films "Concorde" and "Bridge to Space"

“Concorde” (1966) An Anglo-French production, directed by Pierre Jallaud, and for Open University Productions. This is a background sketch on the about-to-be-unveiled supersonic airplane

“Bridge to Space" (1968). It was directed by “Cinerama Holiday”, "Windjammer" and "Sky over Holland" widescreen veteran Robert Gaffney, for N.A.S.A. and Gaffney’s own Seneca Productions. Shot on Merritt Island and at Cape Canaveral, and inside what was then, and may still be, the largest building in the world.
 

• 11:00 - 13:08 "Goldgräber Molly". Photographed in Panavision and presented in a 70mm Panavision 70 blow-up with 6-track magnetic stereo (German version) (2:08)

Original title: The Unsinkable Molly Brown / USA 1964. Filmed in Panavision 2;35:1. Presented in 70mm (2,20:1) / 6 track magnetic stereo. German version / 125 minutes / Original premiere print. World Premiere: 11.06.1964. German premiere: 18.12.1964.

Director: Charles Walters. Writers: Helen Deutsch. Produced by Roger Edens. Cinematography by Daniel L. Fapp. Film Editing by Fredric Steinkamp

Debbie Reynolds (Molly Brown), Harve Presnell (Johnny Brown), Ed Begley (Shamus Tobin), Jack Kruschen (Christmas Morgan), Hermione Baddeley (Mrs. Grogan), Vassili Lambrinos (Prinz Louis de Laniere), Fred Essler (Baron Karl Ludwig von Ettenburg), Harvey Lembeck (Polak), George Mitchell (Monsignor Ryan), Gus Trikonis (Joe), Eleanor Audley (Mrs. Cartwright), Martita Hunt (Großherzogin Elise Lupavinova), Hayden Rorke (Malcolm Broderick), Vaughn Taylor (Mr. Cartwright), Anthony Eustrel (Roberts), Audrey Christie (Gladys McGraw)

Academy Awards Nominated, USA 1965
Best Actress in a Leading Role
Best Cinematography, Color
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Color
Best Costume Design, Color
Best Sound
Best Music, Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment

70mm Blow Up List 1964 - by in70mm.com
 

• 13:30 - 15:26 "2010". 70mm blow-up (German version) (1:56)

Produktion: Peter Hyams / Regie: Peter Hyams / Buch: Peter Hyams / Vorlage: Arthur C. Clarke (Roman) / Kamera: Peter Hyams / Musik: David Shire, Richard Strauss / Schnitt: James Mitchell /

Darsteller: Roy Scheider (Heywood Floyd), John Lithgow (Walter Curnow), Helen Mirren (Tanya Kirbuk), Bob Balaban (R. Chandra), Keir Dullea (Dave Bowman), Douglas Rain (HAL 9000), Madolyn Smith (Caroline Floyd), Dana Elcar (Dimitri Moisevich), James McEachin (Victor Milson), Elya Baskin (Maxim Barilowsky)
 


Go to Presented in 70mm Dolby Stereo
 

Coffee & Kuchen / Afternoon tea & coffee
• 15:30 Coffee & Kuchen / Afternoon tea & coffee

This is a BIG weekend, in the BIG film format on our a BIG screen. Be a part of this unique event and share the excitement together with visitors from all around the world - including Germany, Denmark, England, USA and France - and hopefully many more.


For three days "Filmtheater Schauburg", presents a dozen classic film epics in the king of all film formats: 70mm. This is a High Definition movie experience with extremely sharp images and vintage clear 6-track stereo.

In the Splendor of 70mm
In the Splendor of 70mm
 

• 16:15 - 18:45 + Intermision “Das dreckige Dutzend”.

50th Anniversary Screening

Original title: “The Dirty Dozen” / USA 1967 (2:30). Photographed in widescreen 1,85:1 with Panavision lenses and presented in a 70mm blow-up (2,20:1) / 6 track magnetic stereo. German version / 150 minutes / Original premiere print. World Premiere: 15.06.1967. German premiere: 09.11.1967.

Directed by: Robert Aldrich. Screenplay by: Nunnally Johnson & Lukas Heller. Produced by Raymond Anzarut & Kenneth Hyman. Music by Frank De Vol. Cinematography by Edward Scaife. Film Editing by Michael Luciano

Starring: Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronson, Jim Brown, John Cassavetes, Richard Jaeckel, George Kennedy, Trini López, Ralph Meeker, Robert Ryan, Telly Savalas, Donald Sutherland, Clint Walker, Robert Webber

Grant's Blow-Up Blog
 

Dinner/Imbiß - Break. Gemeinsames Essen / Buffett
• 19:00 Dinner/Imbiß - Break. Gemeinsames Essen / Buffett

Herbert Born and his staff have again done their utmost to make this weekend one of a kind. The Schauburg Cinerama is one of the last cinemas still equipped with 70mm projectors, a red curtain and a huge curved screen. An authentic cinema experience and LARGE FORMAT EVENT, uniquely Schauburg, to be shared with many friends from all over Europe.

…and now, "Gong", start projector, cue curtain, dim the lights, open dowser, focus, check sound.....the show is running.........another unforgettable weekend at the Schauburg!
 

• 20:30 - 22:28 "KONG: Skull Island". Photographed with Panavision and ARRI lenses and presented in a 70mm blow-up with a 5.1 DATASAT digital stereo soundtrack (Original version) (1:58)

Produktion: Thomas Tull, Mary Parent, Jon Jashni, Alex Garcia, Jennifer Conroy, Tom C. Peitzman / Regie: Jordan Vogt-Roberts / Buch: Dan Gilroy, Max Borenstein, Derek Connolly / Vorlage: James A. Creelman (Drehbuch „King Kong und die weiße Frau“), Ruth Rose (Drehbuch „King Kong und die weiße Frau“) / Kamera: Larry Fong / Musik: Henry Jackman / Schnitt: Richard Pearson /

Darsteller: Tom Hiddleston (Capt. James Conrad), Samuel L. Jackson (Lt. Col. Preston Packard), Brie Larson (Mason Weaver), John Goodman (Bill Randa), Jing Tian (San), Toby Kebbell (Jack Chapman), John Ortiz (Victor Nieves), Corey Hawkins (Houston Brooks), Jason Mitchell (Glenn Mills), Shea Whigham (Earl Cole), Thomas Mann (Reg Slivko), John C. Reilly (Hank Marlow)
 
 
 

Sunday, 24. September 2017

 
Full 70mm Breakfast
• 09:00 Breakfast 70. Schauburg Kino's famous full breakfast menu for festival pass holders in the Cinerama Lounge on the 1st. floor. Enjoy hot and cold with bread, pretzels fresh fruit. Hot sausages, scrambled eggs and bacon. Butter, honey and jam. Salami, smoked salmon, ham and apples served with juice, milk, coffe and the (green & black) and something for the sweet tooth too!

• 10:00 - 11:00 Lecture: “7OMM in Vienna – decline and restart” by Michael Lauda in 50/50 German and English language
 

• 11:00 - 14:02 + Intermission. "The Sand Pebbles". Photographed in Panavision and presented in a 70mm Panavision 70 blow-up with 6-track magnetic stereo (German version) (3:02)

Original title: The Sand Pebbles / USA 1966. Principal photography in: Panavision. 70mm (2,20:1) / 6 track magnetic stereo. German version / 182 min + intermission. / Original premiere print. World Premiere: 20.12.1966 The Rivoli Theatre, New York, USA. German premiere: 04.03.1966.

Produktion: Robert Wise / Regie: Robert Wise / Buch: Robert Anderson / Vorlage: Richard McKenna (Roman) / Kamera: Joseph MacDonald / Musik: Jerry Goldsmith / Schnitt: William Reynolds

Darsteller: Steve McQueen (Jake Holman), Candice Bergen (Shirley Eckert), Richard Attenborough (Frenchy Burgoyne), Richard Crenna (Kapitän Collins), Marayat Andriane (Maily), Mako (Po-Han), Larry Gates (Jameson), Charles Robinson (Bordelles), Simon Oakland (Stawski), Ford Rainey (Harris), Joe Turkel (Bronson), Gavin MacLeod (Crosley), Richard Loo (Major Chin)

In between "The Sound of Music" and "STAR!", Robert Wise delivered a classic war epic set in 1920s China. The Sand Pebbles boasts an Oscar-nominated performance by Steve McQueen’s as engineer Jake Holman, who upsets the status quo on board the US gunboat San Pablo.

Academy Award Nominated:
Best Actor in a Leading Role
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Color
Best Cinematography, Color
Best Film Editing
Best Music, Original Music Score
Best Picture
Best Sound

A tribute to Howard Terpning
Robert Wise - a remembrance
70mm Blow Up List 1966 - by in70mm.com

• See Crispin Garcia's The Sand Pebbles web site

 
 

Coffee & Kuchen / Afternoon tea & coffee
• 14:30 Coffee & Kuchen / Afternoon tea & coffee

Once again, the projector lens will light up the screen and show unbelievably sharp 70mm images of lesser-known and rarely seen films. Some of which only exist in this single 70mm print. Don’t forget, some of these films would be completely forgotten a long time ago, were it not for these rare 70mm prints. The sharpness will still make it a pleasant experience. And as much as you may hate in on TV, you will have fun seeing it in 70mm on the curve.

This is your opportunity to witness the grandeur and spectacle of nearly half a dozen Road-Show films on an authentic 70mm Cinerama cinema.
 

• 15:30 - 17:43 "Fantastic Beasts and where to find Them". Photographed with Panavision and ARRI lenses and presented in a 70mm blow-up with a 5.1 DATASAT digital stereo soundtrack (Original version) (2:13)

Produktion: David Heyman, Steve Kloves, J.K. Rowling, Lionel Wigram / Regie: David Yates / Buch: J.K. Rowling / Vorlage: J.K. Rowling (Buch „Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them“ / „Phantastische Tierwesen und wo sie zu finden sind“) / Kamera: Philippe Rousselot / Musik: James Newton Howard / Schnitt: Mark Day /

Darsteller: Eddie Redmayne (Newt Scamander), Katherine Waterston (Porpentina Goldstein), Dan Fogler (Jacob Kowalski), Alison Sudol (Queenie Goldstein), Colin Farrell (Percival Graves), Carmen Ejogo (Seraphina Picquery), Samantha Morton (Mary Lou Barebone), Ezra Miller (Credence Barebone), Ron Perlman (Gnarlack), Jon Voight (Henry Shaw Sr.), Josh Cowdery (Henry Shaw Jr.), Jenn Murray (Chastity), Zoë Kravitz (Lestrange), Johnny Depp (Gellert Grindelwald)
 

Dinner/Imbiß - Break. Gemeinsames Essen / Buffett
• 18:00 Dinner/Imbiß - Break. Gemeinsames Essen / Buffett

Herbert Born and his staff have again done their utmost to make this weekend one of a kind. The Schauburg Cinerama is one of the last cinemas still equipped with 70mm projectors, a red curtain and a huge curved screen. An authentic cinema experience and LARGE FORMAT EVENT, uniquely Schauburg, to be shared with many friends from all over Europe.

…and now, "Gong", start projector, cue curtain, dim the lights, open dowser, focus, check sound.....the show is running.........another unforgettable weekend at the Schauburg!
 

• 19:30 - 21:36 "Batman". Photographed with Panavision lenses and presented in a 70mm blow-up with 6-track Dolby stereo (Original version) (2:06)

Produktion: Jon Peters, Peter Gruber, Chris Kenney / Regie: Tim Burton / Buch: Sam Hamm, Warren Skaaren / Vorlage: Bob Kane (Comic-Figur) / Kamera: Roger Pratt / Musik: Danny Elfman, Prince / Schnitt: Ray Lovejoy /

Darsteller: Michael Keaton (Batman/Bruce Wayne), Jack Nicholson (Joker/Jack Napier), Kim Basinger (Vicky Vale), Pat Hingle (Commissioner Gordon), Jack Palance (Grissom), Robert Wuhl (Alexander Knox), Billy Dee Williams (Harvey Dent), Michael Gough (Alfred), Jerry Hall (Alicia), Lee Wallace (Bürgermeister), Tracey Walter (Bob)
 
 
 
  

2017 Tickets

 
Ticket reservation will be available for purchase in September 2017. For more information about the film festival, including screening times, visit: www.schauburg.de and www.in70mm.com.

Todd-AO Festival Flyer (PDF)

Media contact; Herbert Born

70MM at the Schauburg
Portrait of the Schauburg Cinerama
• A DP70, DP75 and a Bauer U2 will be on display during the festival

Festival Highlights:
Todd-AO Festival Program 2005-2017
• PDF: Alle 70mm Filme in Karlsruhe 2005-2015 by Werner Neuner
Schauburg Cinerama, Home of The Todd-AO Festival
Todd-AO Festival Archive
 
www.70mm-festival.biz
www.70mm-festival.com
www.70mm-festival.de
www.70mm-festival.eu
www.70mm-festival.info
www.70mm-festival.net
www.70mm-festival.org
www.70mm-filmmuseum.de
www.todd-ao.de
www.curvecheck.de
 

2017 Credits. The organisers wish to thank the following individuals for their help

 
The Todd-AO 70mm Festival is generously supported by the Georg Fricker Stiftung
  • Vincent Koch, Projection, Preparation prints
  • Marcus Vetter, Projection
  • Warner Brothers London / Richard Hundorf
  • Warner Brothers Germany / Ninette Christensen
  • Cinerama Inc
  • David Strohmaier
  • Hoepfner Privat Brau, DE
  • Der Kurier, DE
  • TNT, DE
     
• Go to How Georg Fricker became the owner and operator of the last of Karlsruhe’s “picture palaces”.

Wie Georg Fricker übernahm Karlsruhes letzten Kinopalast
 
  
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