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The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: Ramon Lamarca Marques, Brian Guckian and Mike Taylor Date: 19.09.2007
“We thought at the time that there wouldn’t be many places to play this in 70mm, but we were pleasantly surprised. There are still a lot of projectors, at least in US, that are 35mm and 70mm combined.”

- Paul Thomas Anderson
 
65mm - The Versatile Shooting Format
By 65/70mm Workshop
As audiences become more demanding of technical quality there has never been a better time to originate feature film material on 65mm.
"Waking the Sleeping Giant" - Research and Findings
By 65/70mm Workshop
This Paper questions the dominant belief that digital acquisition and presentation of movie content will entirely supercede motion picture-based film production and exhibition.
"Inception" in 65mm
By Steve Weintraub
We went to the next best thing which was 65mm. So we have the highest quality image of any film that’s being made.
Marketing The Premiere Experience
By 65/70mm Workshop
The Workshop has devised a contemporary logo to support The Premiere Experience branding concept.
Masking Configuration for 70mm Screens
By 65/70mm Workshop
The importance of screen masking generally should not be underestimated or neglected, as it performs an important technical function in enhancing the contrast of projected images.
Processors, speakers, amplifiers and wiring
By 65/70mm Workshop
A practical and cost-effective upgrade path for cinemas
70mm: "3-D without glasses", or "The Showmanship Format"
By Tamir Sharif
My slogan for 70mm would be (and this is for 65/70 productions shown in 70mm or SDS-70), "3-D without glasses", or "the showmanship format".
Staffing & Training
By 65/70mm Workshop
70mm presentation raises specific staffing and training issues that need to be fully and effectively addressed before taking on the format.
Tab Presentation
By 65/70mm Workshop
Proper curtain tab presentation in cinemas was once commonplace but today has sadly been neglected, along with associated lighting effects that helped create a sense of anticipation in the audience.
A review of "The Dark Knight" in IMAX - is this the future of film in 70mm?
By Ramon Lamarca Marques
Film contains several sequences shot in IMAX which hasn’t got any competitor who even approaches its quality.
A "Niche" Distribution Model for 65/70mm
By 65/70mm Workshop
a new distribution model for productions shot on 65mm and distributed on several formats, including IMAX, 35mm, 2K and 4K digital video, limited 70mm prints, Blu-Ray DVD and HDTV.
Rick Mitchell Interview
By 65/70mm Workshop
Rick Mitchell's work has appeared in American Cinematographer, Los Angeles Times and Weekly Variety as well as on in70mm.com.
Comments about the 65/70mm Workshop
By
Tamir Sharif
The studies from the 65/70MM workshop have gotten my attention. I've heard of the format before, but because of my age (18), I never got the chance to see a movie in 70MM
Report on the 65/70mm Workshop March 2008
By 65/70mm Workshop
Key themes around quality control in the cinema and the need for cinema to offer an experience far surpassing that increasingly available in the home.
Exhibitor's Toolkit: Re-awakening "dormant" 35/70mm machines
By 65/70mm Workshop
A guide to re-activate 70mm capability, using existing 35/70mm equipment currently configured for 35mm-only.
Shipping Techniques and Costs
By Ramon Lamarca Marques and Brian Guckian
There is a consensus that the existing shipping format could be re-visited in today's scenario.
Questions on 70mm Projection!
By Ramon Lamarca Marques & Brian Guckian
Essential questions about basic handling of 70mm film
Mike Taylor joins 65/70mm Workshop
By Ramon Lamarca Marques and Brian Guckian
We are delighted to welcome Mr. Mike Taylor, UK, to help run the 65/70mm Workshop.
Upgrading systems to 9-Channel [5 Stage, 3 Surround, 1 Sub]
By 65/70mm Workshop
A
concept for the practical application of a new 9-channel (8.1) sound format across 70mm and other theatrical exhibition platforms.
Re-introduction of 70mm as a Commercial Cinema Exhibition Format
By Brian Guckian and Ramon Lamarca Marques
70mm workshop in session for Widescreen Weekend in Bradford, United Kingdom
 
Report on the 65/70mm Workshop
By Ramon Lamarca Marques & Brian Guckian
This workshop is born with the idea of networking people interested in the exhibition of films originated in 65mm and printed on 70mm
 
Vistamorph - an alternative to 65mm origination
By Chris O'Kane
Is there a market for large format cinema? Maybe Vistamorph is the answer?
70mm Come Back!!!
By Rick Mitchell
Status report May 2006 - why the industry need 70mm more than ever
"As Good As It Gets" showcases potential of 65mm
By 65/70mm Workshop
An exciting new promotional film for the 65mm format that looks TERRIFIC, has breathtaking and almost no grain.
 
Film Presentation for the 21st Century - 70mm Super Definition Cinema
By 65/70mm Workshop
Published in 1999 and containing articles from experts in the field. This is the guide to the 65/70mm format. Now available again in limited quantities
Compound Curve Multi-format Screen Design
By 65/70mm Workshop
New ideas and concepts in relation to screen design for 70mm, current 35mm formats and D-Cinema.
Statement on 65/70mm
By Johan Wolthuis
250 delegates were celebrating the 50th Anniversary of TODD-AO at the Widescreen Festival in Bradford, United Kingdom.
Report from the 2nd Seminar
By 65/70mm Workshop
the Second Workshop heralded some important breakthroughs in 65mm production economics and in 70mm print shipping costs
The Second 65/70mm Workshop in Bradford March 2007
By Ramon Lamarca Marques, Brian Guckian and Mike Taylor
This 2nd workshop takes place 17 March in Bradford - sign up now.
65mm - The Versatile Shooting Format
By 65/70mm Workshop
As audiences become more demanding of technical quality there has never been a better time to originate feature film material on 65mm.
65/70mm Economics
By 65/70mm Workshop
The additional $700,000 to shoot 65mm thus represented an increase of just 2.4% over the cost of shooting on 35mm
The Sleeping Giant
By Mike Taylor
A description given to the 70mm film by the eminent American projection engineer Ben Schlanger, back in 1966
Time To Wake The Sleeping Giant - Take 2
By 65/70mm Workshop
Keeping the theme of "Waking the Sleeping Giant" well to the fore, let us look at this from the Exhibitor’s point of view. Three main questions often spring to mind.
Statement on 65/70mm
By Johan Wolthuis
250 delegates were celebrating the 50th Anniversary of TODD-AO at the Widescreen Festival in Bradford, United Kingdom.
Report from the 2nd Seminar
By 65/70mm Workshop
the Second Workshop heralded some important breakthroughs in 65mm production economics and in 70mm print shipping costs
   
   
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