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Cinerama 360

All 70mm film lists
Compiled by: Thomas Hauerslev.Date: November 2002
Updated September 2022
TitleReleasedCinemaNotes
 
Journey To The Stars (S)

Produced and directed by John Wilson

Chief Cameraman Eugene Borghi
 
21.04.1962 - 21.10.1962
 
US Pavilion, Spacearium

Century 21 Exposition

1962 World's Fair, Seattle, USA
 
10/70 Cinerama 360. 24 fps. 15 min

M
otion picture system created and constructed by Cinerama for the Boeing Co. and the United States Science Exhibit

Later reduced to 35mm film
 
To the Moon and Beyond (S)

Produced by Graphic Films, California, USA

Sponsored by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.

Later re-released as "Cosmos".

Score by Gerald Fried

 
22.04.1964 - 18.10.1964
 
Transportation and Travel Pavilion

Cinerama
Spacearium

1964 World’s Fair, New York, USA
 
Cinerama 360. Filmed in 10 perf 70mm at 18 fps.

Cinerama Camera Corporation.

From awn.com Con Pederson:

"We did some work at Graphic Films in '63 and '64 for the New York World's Fair, Flushing Meadows. It was called "To the Moon and Beyond". Such stuff was being made a lot then because of Kennedy's plan to go to the moon within the decade. This was around the time of Mercury and Gemini.

I both wrote and directed "To the Moon and Beyond" which was projected on a dome surface in 10 perforation 70mm film. We did the film in about five months. It was rather a rush. They had built the theater, and were building the projectors but they didn't have anything to project."

 
Further in 70mm reading:

Circle Vision 360

Presented on the big screen in 7OMM

Large Format 7OMM Engagements

in70mm.com's Cinerama page

Journey To The Stars

 
 
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