biografmuseet.dk
Forord | Søg | Kontakt
Skriv din historie

Danmarks Biografer
Oversigt
Stoleplaner
Litteratur
Biografkalender
Lærredstørrelser

Roadshow
3 Falke Bio
Europa Bio
Kinopalæet
Grand Teatret
Imperial Bio
Lido
Folketeatret


Store Filmformater

70mm Film
Todd-AO / Cinespace 70
Ultra Panavision 70
Super Panavision 70
CineMiracle
Sovscope 70
Super Technirama
Cinerama
Dimension 150
Cinema 180
SHOWSCAN
IMAX Dome
Motion Master

Nyt på biografmuseet

2016 | 2015 | 2014
2013 | 2012 | 2011
2010 | 2009 | 2008
Nyhedsarkiv

Bibliotek
Interview mm.
Film- og Kinoteknik
Filmfestival
Det Store Udland
Sensurround
 

Biografmuseet's Mission
Fra Bornholm til Skagen, Todd-AO er sagen: Læs om 70mm og Cinerama med de store knivskarpe billeder og fantastiske magnetlyd
• Artikler, nyheder og billeder fra den danske biografhistorie
• Alle læsere er inviteret til at skrive deres historie om oplevelser i de danske biografer

Indhold | Opdateret
Ris & Ros | Ansvar
 

Åbnet 1. januar 2005

Copyright © 1985 - 2070 "biografmuseet.dk". Alle rettigheder forbeholdes.
 

eXTReMe Tracker

Besøg in70mm.com om 70mm film, Cinerama og alle de store filmformater

in70mm.com

 

8 Store Film - 1 Stor Biograf
70mm Festival i Imperial Bio
25 - 29 April 2008 - København

Tilbage til forsiden
Skrevet af: Thomas Hauerslev Dato: Date: 25.03.2008

I løbet af 5 aprildage, fejrer Nordisk Film og Imperial Bio et ganske særligt dansk 50 års jubilæum, med en kavalkade af film præsenteret i filmsystemet over alle filmsystemer - 70MM.

I 1958 have 70mm filmsystemet "Todd-AO" premiere i 3 Falke Bio på Frederiksberg. Den første film var musicalen
"South Pacific", der gjorde så voldsomt indtryk på publikum, at den blev spillet næsten uafbrudt i hele 4 år. Det var "The perfect show in Todd-AO".

Hvorfor er 70mm så noget særligt? Det er det fordi 70mm film er ca 3 gange større almindelig 35mm film. Det har en uovertruffen billedro på det store buede lærred. Det betyder, at billedet bliver MEGET skarpere, kontrast og farvemætningen MEGET bedre, og endelig kommer der MEGET mere lys på lærredet.

Publikum får et større udbytte af film i 70mm udgave med knivskarpe billeder og krystal klar lyd. 70mm film opleves mere intensivt, realistisk og nærmest 3-dimensionelt. 70mm film er en oplevelse, der får alt hvad du tidligere har set, til at blegne. Publikum får virkeligt valuta for billetten!

I vore dage, kan man kalde 70mm film for en "high-definition" billede- og lydoplevelse, og det kan KUN kan opleves i en biograf af Imperial Bio's dimensioner. Imperial Bio åbnede i 1961 og er den eneste danske "road-show" biograf, der er tilbage fra dengang hvor mange film havde premiere i 70mm med "6-sporet stereofonisk magnetlyd".

Nordisk Film har fornøjelsen af at præsenterer en buket af de største film som Hollywood producerede i 1960erne. For første gang i mange år vises disse gigantfilm igen i nye kopier i deres originale "road-show" versioner. Det vil sige helaftensfilm i 70mm version med ouverture, pausemusik og Ent'racte.

Benyt denne enestående chance til at se hvordan film skal præsenteres, når det skal være rigtigt luksus. Kom og oplev følelsen af at være med i filmen. Dette er en sjælden mulighed for at se nogle fantastiske film under de mest optimale forhold i verdens bedste filmsystem i Danmarks bedste biograf; i "70mm film med 6-sporet stereolyd" på Imperial Bio's 120 kvadratmeter store buede lærred.

Billetsalg fra
kino.dk starter den 6. marts 2008 og billetpris er:

85/95/105 kr/billet for film kortere end 150 minutter.

105/115/125 kr/billet. for film længere end 150minutter.

Alle film er i originalversion. Kun
"Titanic" har danske undertekster. "Doctor Zhivago" har svenske undertekster.

Ret til ændringer i programmet forbeholdes.

Thomas Hauerslev

Fredag 25. april 2008

"The Sound of Music" - klokken 11:30

“The Sound of Music” (2:54) + intermission. Filmed in: 65mm, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Todd-AO. Presented: On the curved screen with 6-track 70mm DTS Special Venue. Aspect ratio: 2,21;1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1965. World Premiere: 02.03.1965 Rivoli, New York, USA.

Directed by Robert Wise. Screenplay by Ernest Lehman. Produced by Saul Chaplin and Robert Wise. Cinematography by Ted D. McCord. Edited by William Reynolds

Julie Andrews (Maria), Christopher Plummer (Captain Von Trapp), Eleanor Parker (The Baroness), Richard Haydn (Max Detweiler), Peggy Wood (Mother Abbess), Charmian Carr (Liesl), Heather Menzies (Louisa), Nicholas Hammond (Friedrich), Duane Chase (Kurt), Angela Cartwright (Brigitta), Debbie Turner (Marta), Kym Karath (Gretl)

What about Todd-AO?

Todd-AO is 70mm film, projected on BIG screens. 70mm film guarantees rock-steady picture quality, thanks to the large image area and high frame rate. The negative is 4 times lager than standard 35mm film (1,85:1). The 70mm film format is often associated with the big epics and musicals from the 1960s.

What is DTS 70mm?

DTS Special Venue

Movie poster art by Howard Terpning
 
Best Director Robert Wise
Best Film Editing William Reynolds
Best Music, Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment Irwin Kostal
Best Picture Robert Wise
Best Sound James Corcoran (20th Century-Fox) Fred Hynes (Todd-AO)

Academy Award Nominated:
Best Actress in a Leading Role Julie Andrews
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Peggy Wood
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Color Boris Leven, Walter M. Scott, Ruby R. Levitt
Best Cinematography, Color Ted D. McCord
Best Costume Design, Color Dorothy Jeakins
 

"2001: A Space Odyssey" - klokken 15:10

“2001: A Space Odyssey” (2:21) + intermission. Filmed in: 65mm, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Super Panavision 70. Presented: On the curved screen with 6-track Dolby Stereo, format 43. Aspect ratio: 2,21;1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1968. World Premiere: 02.04.1968 The Uptown Theatre, Washington, USA.

Produced and directed by Stanley Kubrick. Cinematography by Geoffrey Unsworth. Edited by Ray Lovejoy. Douglas Trumbull (special photographic effects supervisor).

Keir Dullea (Dr. Dave Bowman), Gary Lockwood (Dr. Frank Poole), William Sylvester (Dr. Heywood R. Floyd), Daniel Richter (Moon-Watcher), Douglas Rain (HAL 9000 (voice))

Full credits
The CD Soundtrack
A Roadshow Odyssey
Restoring the soundtrack
"2001" and the
curved screen
The Original Reserved Seat Engagements Of "2001: A Space Odyssey"

Christiane Kubrick's Website
Creating special effects for "2001"
Kubrick Films
and old Christiane Kubrick web site hosted by Warner Brothers.
Warner Brothers' 6 year old "2001" web site

40th Anniversary Screening of the films premiere
80th Anniversary screening
on the occasion of Stanley Kubrick's birth (26 July 1928 - 7 March 1999)
 
Special Visual Effects, Stanley Kubrick

Academy Award Nominated:
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration
Best Director
Best Writing, Story and Screenplay - Written Directly for the Screen
 

"Doctor Zhivago" - klokken 18:15

“Doctor Zhivago” (3:17) + intermission. Filmed in: 35mm, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Panavision. Presented: On the curved screen in Panavision 70mm with 6-track magnetic stereo. Aspect ratio: 2,21;1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1965. World Premiere: 22.12.1965, Loew's Capitol i New York, USA.

Directed by David Lean. Screenplay by Robert Bolt. Produced by Carlo Ponti. Original Music by Maurice Jarre. Cinematography by Freddie Young

Omar Sharif (Yuri), Julie Christie (Lara), Geraldine Chaplin (Tonya), Rod Steiger (Komarovsky), Alec Guinness (Yevgraf)

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Sir David Lean

Movie poster art by Howard Terpning
 
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Color John Box, Terence Marsh, Dario Simoni
Best Cinematography, Color Freddie Young
Best Costume Design, Color Phyllis Dalton
Best Music, Score - Maurice Jarre
Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium Robert Bolt

Academy Award Nominated:
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Tom Courtenay
Best Director David Lean
Best Film Editing Norman Savage
Best Picture Carlo Ponti
Best Sound A.W. Watkins & Franklin Milton
 

"2001: A Space Odyssey" - klokken 22:20

“2001: A Space Odyssey” (2:21) + intermission. Filmed in: 65mm, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Super Panavision 70. Presented: On the curved screen with 6-track Dolby Stereo, format 43. Aspect ratio: 2,21;1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1968. World Premiere: 02.04.1968 The Uptown Theatre, Washington, USA.

Produced and directed by Stanley Kubrick. Cinematography by Geoffrey Unsworth. Edited by Ray Lovejoy. Douglas Trumbull (special photographic effects supervisor).

Keir Dullea (Dr. Dave Bowman), Gary Lockwood (Dr. Frank Poole), William Sylvester (Dr. Heywood R. Floyd), Daniel Richter (Moon-Watcher), Douglas Rain (HAL 9000 (voice))
 
 

Lørdag 26. april 2008

Foredrag - "Fantastiske Film Formater" - klokken 10:30

Lørdag formiddag 26. april 2008, kl 10:30 - i Imperial Bio.

Gratis adgang

I løbet af en lille times tid vil Thomas Hauerslev (f. 1963) forsøge at give publikumen en grundlæggende forståelse for fremvisning af film, og en introduktion til den facinerende verden af de mest almindelige film- og lydformater fra det 20. århundrede.

Foredraget er rigt illustreret med PowerPoint, levende billeder og varer ca. 40 minutter. Der vil være mulighed for at stille spørgsmål og der vil blive vist en kort demonstrationsfilm.

Thomas har i 30 år specialiseret sig i de store filmformater. Denne viden har været til gavn for 70mm Film festivaler i Bradford (UK), Karlsruhe (DE), Krnov (CZ) og nu i Imperial Bio i København.
 

"Hamlet" - klokken 11:30

“Hamlet” (4:02) + intermission. Filmed in: 65mm, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Panavision System 65. Presented: On the curved screen with 6-track Dolby Stereo, format 43. Aspect ratio: 2,21;1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1996. World Premiere: 25.12.1996 The Ziegfeld Theatre, New York, USA.

Produced by David Barron. Original Music by Patrick Doyle. Cinematography by Alex Thomson. Edited by Neil Farrell. Directed by Kenneth Branagh.

Kenneth Branagh (Hamlet), Julie Christie (Gertrude), Charlton Heston (Player King), Derek Jacobi (Claudius), Kate Winslet (Ophelia)


"Hamlet" 1996 press release

"Hamlet" reviews

"Hamlet" cast/credits
Academy Award Nominated:
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration
Best Costume Design
Best Music, Original Dramatic Score
Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium
 

"The Sound of Music" - klokken 16:20

“The Sound of Music” (2:54) + intermission. Filmed in: 65mm, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Todd-AO. Presented: On the curved screen with 6-track 70mm DTS Special Venue. Aspect ratio: 2,21;1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1965. World Premiere: 02.03.1965 Rivoli, New York, USA.

Directed by Robert Wise. Screenplay by Ernest Lehman. Produced by Saul Chaplin and Robert Wise. Cinematography by Ted D. McCord. Edited by William Reynolds

Julie Andrews (Maria), Christopher Plummer (Captain Von Trapp), Eleanor Parker (The Baroness), Richard Haydn (Max Detweiler), Peggy Wood (Mother Abbess), Charmian Carr (Liesl), Heather Menzies (Louisa), Nicholas Hammond (Friedrich), Duane Chase (Kurt), Angela Cartwright (Brigitta), Debbie Turner (Marta), Kym Karath (Gretl)
 

"Lawrence of Arabia" - klokken 20:00

"Lawrence of Arabia" (3:47). Filmed in: 65mm 5 perforations, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Super Panavision 70. Presented: on the curved screen in Super Panavision 70 with 6-track magnetic stereo. Aspect ratio: 2,21:1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1962. World Premiere: 10.12.1962 Odeon Leicester Square, London, England

Directed by David Lean. Written by Robert Bolt and Michael Wilson. Produced by Sam Spiegel. Music by Maurice Jarre. Cinematography by Freddie Young. Edited by Anne V. Coates

Peter O'Toole (T.E. Lawrence), Alec Guinness (Prince Feisal), Anthony Quinn (Auda abu Tayi), Jack Hawkins (General Lord Edmund Allenby), Omar Sharif (Sherif Ali), José Ferrer (Turkish Bey, Anthony Quayle (Colonel Brighton), Claude Rains (Mr. Dryden) & Arthur Kennedy (Jackson Bentley)

Movie poster art by Howard Terpning

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Sir David Lean
Celebrating the 45th anniversary of the Danish premiere
 
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Color John Box, John Stoll, Dario Simoni
Best Cinematography, Color Freddie Young
Best Director David Lean
Best Film Editing Anne V. Coates
Best Music, Score - Maurice Jarre
Best Picture Sam Spiegel
Best Sound John Cox (Shepperton SSD)

Academy Award Nominated:
Oscar Best Actor in a Leading Role Peter O'Toole
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Omar Sharif
Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium
Robert Bolt & Michael Wilson (The nomination for Wilson was granted on 26 September 1995 by the Academy Board of Directors, after research at the WGA found that the then blacklisted writer shared the screenwriting credit with Bolt.)
 

Søndag 27. april 2008

"Lawrence of Arabia" - klokken 13:30

"Lawrence of Arabia" (3:47). Filmed in: 65mm 5 perforations, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Super Panavision 70. Presented: on the curved screen in Super Panavision 70 with 6-track magnetic stereo. Aspect ratio: 2,21:1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1962. World Premiere: 10.12.1962 Odeon Leicester Square, London, England

Directed by David Lean. Written by Robert Bolt and Michael Wilson. Produced by Sam Spiegel. Music by Maurice Jarre. Cinematography by Freddie Young. Edited by Anne V. Coates

Peter O'Toole (T.E. Lawrence), Alec Guinness (Prince Feisal), Anthony Quinn (Auda abu Tayi), Jack Hawkins (General Lord Edmund Allenby), Omar Sharif (Sherif Ali), José Ferrer (Turkish Bey, Anthony Quayle (Colonel Brighton), Claude Rains (Mr. Dryden) & Arthur Kennedy (Jackson Bentley)
 

"Baraka" - klokken 18:10

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

Directed by Ron Fricke. Written by: Constantine Nicholas & Genevieve Nicholas. Produced by Mark Magidson & Alton Walpole. Music by Michael Stearns. Cinematography by Ron Fricke. Edited by David Aubrey, Ron Fricke, Mark Magidson

Ron Fricke's next film "Samsara" - a work in progress

"Baraka" during it's Copenhagen run in 2000
 

"Cleopatra" - klokken 20:20

“Cleopatra” (4:03) + intermission. Filmed in: 65mm 5 perforations, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Todd-AO. Presented in: On the curved screen in a new Todd-AO 70mm DTS print. Aspect ratio: 2,21:1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1962. World Premiere: 12.06.1963 Rivoli, New York, USA.

Screenplay by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Ranald MacDougall and Sidney Buchman. Based upon histories by Plutarch. Suetonius. Appian, other ancient sources and "The Life and Times of Cleopatra," by C. M. Franzero. Directed by Mr. Mankiewicz and produced by Walter Wanger for 20th Century-Fox in Todd-AO.
 
Elizabeth Taylor (Cleopatra), Richard Burton (Mark Antony), Rex Harrison (Julius Caesar), Hume Cronyn (Sosigenes) Martin Landau (Rutio) and Roddy McDowall (Octavian)

Celebrating the 45th anniversary of the World premiere

A magnificent spectacle with a majestic, multitudinous cast, "Cleopatra" is arguably the biggest, brashest, most sprawling historical epic in modern movie history. Famously begun by Rouben Mamoulian and then shelved due to the illness of star Elizabeth Taylor, the film was re-started with a different director (Joe Mankiewicz) and a new cast that saw Richard Burton replace Keith Baxter and Rex Harrison take over from Peter Finch. The resulting motion picture is one of the all-time costume extravaganzas – a gigantic, OTT slice of Hollywoodery with the added sparkle of witnessing the Taylor/Burton dalliance explode into a full-blown love affair. Based on Carlo Mario Franzero’s biography, "Cleopatra" is more than just a lavish blockbuster; it is an example of runaway filmmaking at its most uncontrolled

Movie poster art by Howard Terpning
 
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Color John DeCuir mfl.
Best Cinematography, Color Leon Shamroy
Best Costume Design, Color Irene Sharaff
Best Effects, Special Visual Effects Emil Kosa Jr.

Academy Award Nominated:
Best Actor in a Leading Role Rex Harrison
Best Film Editing Dorothy Spencer
Best Music, Score - Alex North
Best Picture Walter Wanger
Best Sound James Corcoran (20th Century-Fox) & Fred Hynes (Todd-AO)
 

Mandag 28. april 2008

"Doctor Zhivago"

“Doctor Zhivago” (3:17) + intermission. Filmed in: 35mm, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Panavision. Presented: On the curved screen in Panavision 70mm with 6-track magnetic stereo. Aspect ratio: 2,21;1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1965. World Premiere: 22.12.1965, Loew's Capitol i New York, USA.

Directed by David Lean. Screenplay by Robert Bolt. Produced by Carlo Ponti. Original Music by Maurice Jarre. Cinematography by Freddie Young

Omar Sharif (Yuri), Julie Christie (Lara), Geraldine Chaplin (Tonya), Rod Steiger (Komarovsky), Alec Guinness (Yevgraf)
 

"2001: A Space Odyssey" - klokken 15:45

“2001: A Space Odyssey” (2:21) + intermission. Filmed in: 65mm, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Super Panavision 70. Presented: On the curved screen with 6-track Dolby Stereo, format 43. Aspect ratio: 2,21;1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1968. World Premiere: 02.04.1968 The Uptown Theatre, Washington, USA.

Produced and directed by Stanley Kubrick. Cinematography by Geoffrey Unsworth. Edited by Ray Lovejoy. Douglas Trumbull (special photographic effects supervisor).

Keir Dullea (Dr. Dave Bowman), Gary Lockwood (Dr. Frank Poole), William Sylvester (Dr. Heywood R. Floyd), Daniel Richter (Moon-Watcher), Douglas Rain (HAL 9000 (voice))
 

"Baraka" - klokken 18:50

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

Directed by Ron Fricke. Written by: Constantine Nicholas & Genevieve Nicholas. Produced by Mark Magidson & Alton Walpole. Music by Michael Stearns. Cinematography by Ron Fricke. Edited by David Aubrey, Ron Fricke, Mark Magidson
 

"Titanic" - klokken 21:00

“Titanic” (3:14). Filmed in: 35mm 4 perforations, 24 frames per second. Principal photography with: Panavision cameras and lenses. Presented in: on the curved screen in Panavision 70mm DTS. Aspect ratio: 2,21:1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1997. World Premiere: 14.12.1997 Los Angeles, USA.

Written, produced and Directed by James Cameron Original Music by James Horner. Cinematography by Russell Carpenter. Film Editing by Conrad Buff, James Cameron and Richard A. Harris

Leonardo DiCaprio (Jack Dawson), Kate Winslet (Rose DeWitt Bukater), Billy Zane (Caledon 'Cal' Hockley), Kathy Bates (Molly Brown), Frances Fisher (Ruth Dewitt Bukater), Gloria Stuart (Old Rose), Bill Paxton (Brock Lovett) and Bernard Hill (Captain Smith)

Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Danish premiere

Ten years on from its American release and by far the biggest film of all time, "Titanic" is still one of the best reasons this year to go to the movies, especially with the enhancement of the digital sound experience at the Imperial Bio and the inadequacies of the film’s video version. James Cameron’s epic was nominated for 14 Oscars and won 11 including best picture, best director and best cinematography. It deserved them all, though the stand-out performance by Gloria Stuart, as the aged heroine of 1912, was overlooked. She was 87 at the time of her nomination; now 97, she still makes the occasional appearance in movies.

A trip to see "Titanic" at the Imperial Bio, David Page
 
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration Peter Lamont (art director) Michael Ford (set decorator)
Best Cinematography Russell Carpenter
Best Costume Design Deborah Lynn Scott
Best Director James Cameron
Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing Tom Bellfort, Christopher Boyes
Best Effects, Visual Effects Robert Legato, Mark A. Lasoff, Thomas L. Fisher, Michael Kanfer
Best Film Editing Conrad Buff IV, James Cameron, Richard A. Harris
Best Music, Original Dramatic Score James Horner
Best Music, Original Song James Horner (music), Will Jennings (lyrics) For the song "My Heart Will Go On", performed by Céline Dion.
Best Picture James Cameron & Jon Landau
Best Sound Gary Rydstrom, Tom Johnson, Gary Summers, Mark Ulano

Academy Award Nominated:
Best Actress in a Leading Role Kate Winslet
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Gloria Stuart
Best Makeup Tina Earnshaw, Greg Cannom, Simon Thompson
 

Tirsdag 29. april 2008

"Cleopatra" - klokken 11:30

“Cleopatra” (4:03) + intermission. Filmed in: 65mm 5 perforations, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Todd-AO. Presented in: On the curved screen in a new Todd-AO 70mm DTS print. Aspect ratio: 2,21:1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1962. World Premiere: 12.06.1963 Rivoli, New York, USA.

Screenplay by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Ranald MacDougall and Sidney Buchman. Based upon histories by Plutarch. Suetonius. Appian, other ancient sources and "The Life and Times of Cleopatra," by C. M. Franzero. Directed by Mr. Mankiewicz and produced by Walter Wanger for 20th Century-Fox in Todd-AO.
 
Elizabeth Taylor (Cleopatra), Richard Burton (Mark Antony), Rex Harrison (Julius Caesar), Hume Cronyn (Sosigenes) Martin Landau (Rutio) and Roddy McDowall (Octavian)
 

"Titanic" - klokken 16:20

“Titanic” (3:14). Filmed in: 35mm 4 perforations, 24 frames per second. Principal photography with: Panavision cameras and lenses. Presented in: on the curved screen in Panavision 70mm DTS. Aspect ratio: 2,21:1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1997. World Premiere: 14.12.1997 Los Angeles, USA.

Written, produced and Directed by James Cameron Original Music by James Horner. Cinematography by Russell Carpenter. Film Editing by Conrad Buff, James Cameron and Richard A. Harris

Leonardo DiCaprio (Jack Dawson), Kate Winslet (Rose DeWitt Bukater), Billy Zane (Caledon 'Cal' Hockley), Kathy Bates (Molly Brown), Frances Fisher (Ruth Dewitt Bukater), Gloria Stuart (Old Rose), Bill Paxton (Brock Lovett) and Bernard Hill (Captain Smith)
 

"Hamlet" - klokken 20:30

“Hamlet” (4:02) + intermission. Filmed in: 65mm, 24 frames per second. Principal photography in: Panavision System 65. Presented: On the curved screen with 6-track Dolby Stereo, format 43. Aspect ratio: 2,21;1. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1996. World Premiere: 25.12.1996 The Ziegfeld Theatre, New York, USA.

Produced by David Barron. Original Music by Patrick Doyle. Cinematography by Alex Thomson. Edited by Neil Farrell. Directed by Kenneth Branagh.

Kenneth Branagh (Hamlet), Julie Christie (Gertrude), Charlton Heston (Player King), Derek Jacobi (Claudius), Kate Winslet (Ophelia)
 
 

 

Imperial Bio 70mm Film Festival 2008

Fredag, 25. April
The Sound of Music
2001: A Space Odyssey
Doctor Zhivago
2001: A Space Odyssey
 

Lørdag, 26. April

Gratis foredrag: "Fantastiske Film Formater"
Hamlet
The Sound of Music
Lawrence of Arabia
 

Søndag, 27. April

Lawrence of Arabia
Baraka
Cleopatra
 

Mandag, 28. April

Doctor Zhivago
2001: A Space Odyssey
Baraka
Titanic
 

Tirsdag, 29. April

Cleopatra
Titanic
Hamlet
 
 
Nordisk Film vil gerne takke følgende for assistance i forbindelse med tillrettelæggelse af denne 70mm film festival.
Kevin Barret, Fox, Los Angeles, USA
Schaun Belston, Fox, Los Angeles, USA
Herbert Born, Germany
Helena Brissenden, SONY, LA, USA
Francois Carrin, France
Vini Christensen, UIP, Denmark
Johan Ericsson, The Swedish Film Institute, Stockholm
Jens Eriksen, NS MEDia
Jes Graversen, Miracle Film, Denmark
Thomas Hauerslev, in70mm.com, Denmark
Geraldine Higgins, Hollywood Classic, London
Richard Hundorf, Warner Brothers, England
Sue Jones, BFI, England
Bill Lawrence, National Media Museum, Bradford, England
Mark Magidson, Los Angels, USA
Mads Nedergaard, Walt Disney, Danmark
Hanne Nielsen, Fox, Denmark
Paul Rayton, Hollywood, USA

Coca-Cola Denmark
Sony Ericsson
Nyhedsavisen
Rydberg
Irma
 
 
 
 
 
Mere at læse på Biografmuseet:

Billeder fra festivalen
Imperial Bio

2009 Festival

More in 70mm reading:

Imperial Bio
Nordisk Film
3 Giant Cinemas
The Ideal Kinema, April 12, 1962
"Titanic" at the Imperial Bio
"Baraka" during it's Copenhagen run in 2000
"Hamlet" reviews
"Hamlet" cast/credits
"2001"full credits
The Original Reserved Seat Engagements Of "2001: A Space Odyssey"
1968: A Roadshow Odyssey
How not to Present "2001"
Restoring the soundtrack
The CD Soundtrack


Internet link:

www.kino.dk
www.biozonen.dk
www.biobusiness.dk
Imperial Bio @ Wikipedia
Christiane Kubrick
Tysk filmoperatør forum

Newsflash

TV2 News 24.04.2008 + Bonus

Filmz
Fyns Aviser
TV2 Film

MSN Underholdning
Luftskibet Information

Download PDF pressemeddelelse

P4 København 21.04.2008 kl 8:20

 
 
 
Gå: tilbage - op
Opdateret fredag, 16 december 2016 05:29:04