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  1. Christopher Nolan is back, this time armed with an all-new 70mm lab in the UK. Nolan has decided to shoot his new movie "Dunkirk" entirely in 70mm. This decision comes at a cost obviously, in his previous films the decision to shoot 4 perf 35mm anamorphic was clearly one of cost savings, timing of the limited equipment availability and of course, speed of lab work. It's a lot harder to work on large format when there isn't a lab next door. Dunkirk is the story of the mass evacuation of troops, stuck in the little down of Dunkirk during the beginning of WWII, 1940 to be exact. History woul
  2. Hey guys. Brand new to the forum and i joined specifically because i'm trying to find an answer to this question. Film usually runs vertically threw a camera but a few formats have it run horizontally to achieve a much larger negative. IMAX does this with 65mm and VistaVision does it with 35mm. Is there a 16mm equivalent?
  3. I've been hunting around to see if there are any manuals available for the IMAX cameras such as the MSM 9820 or the MK II LW / MK III Reflex - I've tried numerous places including IMAX's own site but not coming up with anything. Does anyone have these in a format they could share, or have a link to somewhere on-line to view them? Thanks.
  4. Christopher Nolan Continues Long Association with Facility for Unprecedented Film-to-Multiplatform Release Model BURBANK, CA (November 24, 2014) - Celebrated director Christopher Nolan returned to FotoKem to craft unique 35mm and 65mm film finishing pipelines for his epic sci-fi adventure Interstellar. Having completed numerous projects at FotoKem over the years - including the 35mm blowup and re-mastering of Following, the original lab work and re-mastering of Memento, and the home theater release of Inception and The Dark Knight - Nolan's collaboration with the facility deepened on Interste
  5. I saw this rather intriguing post on REDUSER.net and I thought someone who posts here more regularly might have heard similar murmurings. http://www.reduser.n...531#post1123531 I've added a screencap for posterity.
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