[Konvas] LOOK like they looking for 70mm theater FOR TARENTINO new Western
speedbird at acousticturtle.plus.com
Sat Jun 20 15:42:51 EDT 2015
I think he owns the (New) Beverly theater in LA.
London still has a few 70mm theatres with wide screens, Leicester Square theatre is one I can think of and perhaps the Dominion But you are right they are disappearing fast.
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> On 20 Jun 2015, at 18:56, Pierre Samuel Rioux <psrioux at gmail.com> wrote:
> So the film will be available in some theater and will get a film
> To bad we have no 70mm film screen in Quebec ?
> So the release will be a film EVENT
> DID YOU KNOW THE FILM *MY NAME IT'S NO BODY*
> play in the same theater for 2 year and 1/2 in Montreal.
> Better the film ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST plait
> 5 year in the same theather ! they need to made few print hen !
> Tarentino own a theater in USA in LA ( ? not sure of the town ) with 3
> screen and he play his film
> DJANGO how was shot on film in 35mm film.
> Tarentino was very disappointed with the look offered in digital theater
> he said they destroy it's work the film look.
> I am a western film fan specially the Italian wave and for me in the
> spaghetti film
> my favorite one it's KEOMA with Franco Nero this film go to the limit in
> this style musically and in the image. But must of the people agree the
> best western film it's THE GOOD THE BAD AND THE UGLY
> So Rita find a theater and 70mm film projecter to made an even in UK.
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