“One from the Heart”: The 70mm Presentations
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The following is a reference / historical listing of the 70-millimeter
presentations of “One from the Heart” in North America. The film’s 70mm prints
consisted of pillarboxed imagery (approximately 1.37:1) blown up from spherical
35mm photography. The audio was Six-Track Dolby Stereo (“A” encoded “baby boom”
“One from the Heart” was among eighteen first-run films released in 1982 with
70mm prints for selected engagements. The Zoetrope production and Columbia
release — directed by Francis Coppola and starring Frederic Forrest, Teri Garr,
Raul Julia, Nastassia Kinski, Lanie Kazan and Harry Dean Stanton — opened
February 11th, 1982.
1982-11-12 … Vancouver, BC — Vogue (5 weeks)
1983-09-09 … Cleveland, OH — Colony (2 weeks)
1983-09-23 … Columbus (Whitehall), OH — Cinema East (1 week)
1984-05-25 … Seattle, WA — Crest 4-plex (2 weeks)
1990-03-01 … Los Angeles, CA — Cinerama Dome*
*Special one-night-only double-feature screening with “Apocalypse Now”
celebrating the 20th anniversary of Zoetrope Studios
Though not screened, a 70mm print of “One from the Heart” was present in the
American Cinematheque’s Egyptian projection booth during the “Blow Your Mind:
The Great Big 70mm Film Festival” which ran November 5th through the 21st, 1999.
The print was standing by as a back-up in the event any of the scheduled films
were not delivered or deemed too damaged to screen publicly.
The information in this article was principally referenced from film industry
trade publications and regional newspaper promotion, with thanks to Bill
Kretzel, Mark Lensenmayer and Paul Rayton. International engagements have not
been accounted for in this article.
If you believe this article contains any errors or omissions, please
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author or editor.
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