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16th 70mm Film Seminar, KRRR!
28 - 30 April 2023, Kino Mir 70, Krnov, The Czech Republic
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|Written by: Martin Leskovsky, Kino Mir 70. Pictures by: Thomas Hauerslev||Date: 10.03.2023|
Founder of KRRR! 70mm Seminar Pavel Tomešek (1965-2022).
The year has elapsed and the next 70mm Film Fest regularly taking place in Krnov is knocking on the door again. Characteristic festival logo 70 KRRR! originated by Filmochod agency has several meanings: Mainly as an beginning of the name Krnov or assumed as interjection it evokes the typical noise from projectors and in combination with graphic design represents a number 70 arranged with fingers on hand.
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After a year the majestic cinema Mir 70 will become a place where true film fans of celluloid from many European counties - especially enthusiasts loving widescreen format - will meet. Three days of a rare occasion to see great 70mm movies screened on a 105 square meters of slightly curved screen and good opportunity to remember history of “old school” cinema technology in today's sterile digital era.
The foundation of this festival goes back to 2005 when a small 7OMM seminar has since spread wide to the international popularity with visitors not only from the Czech Republic but also the ones come from many European counties, including Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Holland, Poland, Slovak republic, United States and United Kingdom. With respect to ever-rising interest in festival the 70mm format never seems to die...
Unique cine-meeting prepares the Municipal Centre of information and culture Krnov under patronage of the Town Hall and mayor of Krnov together with State Cinematography Fund and with Association of Czech Film Clubs and supported by many volunteers.
Special thanks go to the festival team, especially to Pavel Tomešek, former head manager of MIR 70 theatre, who was the prime mover of all that…
Opening ceremony is planned for 19.00 on Friday (with fireworks, laser show, presentation of various film formats and festive speeches).
• "Also in 70mm", An illustrated talk by in70mm.com editor Thomas Hauerslev, about non-standard use of 70mm + Cinema 180 70mm film demo is scheduled for Saturday at 14:00.
• "Behind the scenes of KRRR! 2023" by Ivan Školuda, Kino Mir 70
About the Kino Mir 70
Capacity of cinema: 349 seats. Projectors: 2x Meoptae UM 70/35XB equipped with DATASAT / DTS digital sound and classic analouge 6 channel magnetic sound, Dolby Stereo for 70mm. Size of the 70mm screen: 2,21:1 format is 14,15m x 6,21m. New Kino Mir 70 features include:
- Renovated the front door to the cinema.
- The entire projection booth has been upgraded.
- Dolby Atmos has been installed
- Both men's and women's toilets have been renovated.
Projectors will be on display in the in Mir 70 foyer and everyone will be invited to visit the projection room. A small breakfast before the morning screening and some refreshment during the whole seminar will be on sale for all visitors.
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Kino Mir 70
Namesti Miru 14
794 01 Krnov
The Czech Republic
Telephone: +420 554 615 050
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Weekend 7OMM Program & Tickets
|KRRR! festival crew is organizing festival passes and welcome program for the guests. Lars-Einar Jansson (Sweden) being served. Standing in the back is KRRR! organizer Adela Kokesova (Czech Republic) and Orla Nielsen from Denmark.|
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Weekend 7OMM Program. Film Info
Traditional Widescreen Film Festival 28 - 30 April 2023, Kino Mir 70, Krnov, The Czech Republic
How to get to Krnov
|The incredible Kino Mir 70 and the audience. KRRR! is 70mm films, lectures and good "stimmung". |
GPS: 50.086352, 17.699144
The train station is called Krnov - Hlavní nádraží (Krnov - Main Station), from the staiton it is 1,6 km to the cinema. You can take Revoluční street, when you pass Albert hypermarket you turn right, then cross the bridge and on your right you can see the movie theatre "Kino Mír".
Bus station is next to the Albert hypermarket so you cross the bridge and on your right you can see the movie theatre "Kino Mír".
You get to the Prague Airport (PRG) and then you can go by train from Prague to Krnov-Cvilin.
You get to the Vienna/Wien Airport (Austria) and then you can go by train from Vienna Airport to Krnov-Cvilin.
|2019 projection crew: Ivan Školuda, Martin Leskovský, Martin Bodešínský and the late Pavel Tomešek - founder of the KRRR! 70mm festival|
Manager of the project: Marcela Procházková
Director of the Mir 70 theather and founder: Pavel Tomešek
Projectionists: Martin Bodešínský, Pavel Tomešek and Michal Jaso.
Sub-titling: Martin Bodešínský, Michal Jaso
Sub-titling technology: Ivan Školuda.
Technical consultant: Ivan Školuda
Licensing: Michal Mráz
Preparation of film copies: ________
Web/visual artworks: Adam Hruby, and Jakub Klima and Adela Kokesova
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