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“In the Picture” in 3-strip Cinerama - Cast & Credits

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Written by: Dave StrohmaierDate: 20.01.2012
Original title: “In the Picture”. Filmed in: 3x35mm, 6 perforations, 26 frames per second. Principal cinematography filmed in: Cinerama with camera #3. Presentation format: Cinerama and 7-track magnetic stereo. Aspect ratio: 146 degrees. Country of origin: USA. Year of production: 2012. Released by: Cinerama Inc. Release date: 30 September 2012. Premiere cinema: Cinerama Dome, Los Angeles, USA.

IN THE PICTURE
Production credits

You have just been IN THE PICTURE
Produced by Cinerama, Inc.

Starring
STANLEY LIVINGSTON
PAULA DRAKE
ELIZABETH DOMINGUEZ
MATT BREWBAKER

Special Appearance by
DEBBIE REYNOLDS
as “Aunt Lilith”

With Captain Mike, ED STEINER and
the Cinerama Players

Produced and Directed by
DAVID STROHMAIER

Executive Producers
MICHAEL R. FORMAN
JOHN H. SITTIG

Producers
ANTHONY SAENZ
STANLEY LIVINGSTON

Co-Producer
TOM H. MARCH

Written and edited by
DAVID STROHMAIER

Music by
BRYAN D. ARATA

Directors of Photography
DOUGLAS H. KNAPP
JOHN HORA A.S.C.

Cinerama Camera Operators
LANCE FISHER S.O.C.
DAVID TONDEUR
KEN STONE

Assistant Cameramen
KURT WAHLNER
PAUL MORALES
TONY PAULSON
BEN BRUNKARDT

Cinerama Camera Restoration by
STONE CINEMA ENGINEERING

Camera Electronics
BILL FEMSTER

Associate Producers
CARIN-ANNE STROHMAIER
RANDY GITSCH

Script Consultant
MATTHEW BREWBAKER

Production Sound and ADR
LINCOLN MORRISON

Gaffer
JOE DiGENNARO

Additional Lighting
DOUGLAS H. KNAPP
LINCOLN MORRISON

Grips
THE ENTIRE CREW

Post Production Sound and 7 Channel Cinerama mix accomplished at Chace Audio by DeLuxe (Logo)

Mixer
WADE CHAMBERLAIN

Additional Sound Transfers
JOHN H. MITCHELL

Action Dolly provided by
RANDY BURGESS
BEN BETTS

PRG TrueColor HS Unit Courtesy of Productions Resource Group and TRICIA MAAS

Additional lighting equipment provided by
THE LEONETTI COMPANY
DAVE AZZOTTO
KEVIN HAMMOND
and JENNY WHINE ENTERTAINMENT LLC

Wireless provided by
HILARY STEWART

Camera car provided by The Shotmaker
LEO LANDA
SAM JIMENEZ

1x1 lighting fixtures provided by Litepanels®

Titles by
KURT WAHLNER
CARD-21
Shot entirely on Fuji Film (Logo) with special thanks to
MICHAEL BULBENKO

Lab services and color
FOTOKEM INDUSTRIES INC. (Logo)

Thanks to
WALT ROSE
ALI KRAVITZ
VINCE ROTH

Color Timer
KIRSTEN ZIMMERMAN

Negative Cutter
CHRIS WEBER

Catering
CARIN-ANNE’S SANDWICH SHOPPE

Behind the Scenes crew
ROBERT GARREN
MIKE CELESTINO
MICHAEL J. CAHILL

Brigantines Exy Johnson, Irving Johnson provided by Top Sail Youth Program of the Los Angeles Maritime Institute

Production Sailing Consultant
ED STEINER

Camera Boat
DAVE RICHARDS

“Angels Flight” and images of Angels Flight® railway, cars and buildings are trademarks of the Angels Flight® Railway Company and are used with permission

Thanks to
JOHN H. WELBORNE

Lasky-DeMille Barn location provided by Hollywood Heritage Museum

Griffith Observatory thanks to
SEAN HINTON

Some Very Special People who helped make this film happen
DAN J. SHERLOCK
TODD FISHER
CHARLIE ZIARKO
STAN TAFFEL
KEN KRAMER
GENEVIEVE McGILLICUDDY
MARK A. MARTIN
HARRISON ENGLE
JOHN STONE
FILM LA
TOM LaBONGE, Los Angeles City Council

The End
IN THE PICTURE
Made in Hollywood, U.S.A.

Copyright © 2012 by Cinerama Inc. and C.A. Productions
All Rights Reserved

Filmstock: Fuji F 64D stock. Color by: FotoKem. Laboratory liaison: Walt Rose, Andrew Oran. Titles: _______. Number of Cinerama prints: 1. Sound system: 7-track magnetic stereo. Original sound recorded by Chase sound, on refurbished Cinerama equipment made by the late Jack Dimmers, Teccon Inc. Cinerama running time: Approx 14 minutes. Distributor: Cinerama Inc. Locations: The Hollywood Heritage Museum, Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles, ______. Interior scenes will be shot at the Cinerama Dome in Hollywood.

Synopsis: A young visiting couple from out-of-town, is led on a guided tour of Los Angeles and it’s environs, by a familiar resident (Stanley Livingston) and his wife (Paula Drake), all captured by the panoramic, triple-lensed Cinerama camera. Some popular and some not so well known sights of the city shine in this urban travelogue lark, including the Griffith Observatory, Angel’s Flight funicular railway, and a sailboat cruise from San Pedro, culminating in the evenings highlight, a visit to the Cinerama Dome theater in Hollywood. This was the first film shot in 3-panel Cinerama system in 50 years.

Various: Filming started Saturday 14. January 2012 with 30 background players at The Hollywood Heritage Museum. Last day of actual shooting was 15. May 2012.

Notes about the filming: Approx 48 hours shot in 6-7 days - shooting spread over a period of 35-50 days weather contingent.
 
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3 STRIP CINERAMA (non-commercial venture)

12-14 minute experimental SHORT SUBJECT. Shooting Jan 2012 to mid March 2012. Post Production April – June 2012.

PURPOSE:

To shoot in the historic 3-panel Cinerama process with modern film stock and the refurbished Cinerama camera. This should be considered an elaborate test or even an experimental film.

EXHIBITION:

This endeavor is to supplement the 60th anniversary showing of “This Is Cinerama” and the one week Cinerama celebration at the Cinerama Dome in the fall of 2012. Tickets will not be sold for this short for it is simply an added attraction for those attending the festival. It may also be used in subsequent years at Cinerama screenings in Bradford UK or in Seattle.

IDEA:

A widescreen short subject about interesting and inexpensive or free things to do and see in the Los Angeles area. We follow our actors traveling in one car. One couple is middle aged (in their late 50’s or early 60’s) and knows what Cinerama is and the other couple is twenty something. They travel the city in search of free things to do and see. Cast is a total of four actors plus a few extras (can be crew members bystanders, etc) for some scenes.

They travel the city in search of free things to do and see. They eventually end up at the Cinerama Dome to attend a 3 panel Cinerama show. Cast is a total of four actors plus a several extras (can be crew members, friends, bystanders, etc) for some scenes.

BASIC EQUIPMENT:

The bare essentials: Cinerama camera, Cinerama slate, tripod, extra set of Cinerama magazines, director’s finder, a part time still camera, very basic grip equipment with reflectors, a western dolly etc. Minimum Lighting package (rental lights for 1/2 day shoot at Arclight Cinemas and the Dome auditorium seating area).

PRODUCTION NOTES:

Minimum (multi-purpose) crew of about 7 - 9 people: DP, Camera Operator, Loader, Director, Assistant Director, UPM/Producer, at least 2 production assistants/runners. In some scenes we will need security officer possibly for 4 days. Approximately 18,600 feet of film stock so shooting ratio will be about 3.3 to 1. Limited liability insurance for shoot, permits on some locations etc. Minivan for camera, minivan for crew, prop minivan. Crew will drive their own cars or carpool with others. Lunches will be provided. Since Cinerama is a very wide angle process, a western dolly will suffice and be smooth enough for all dolly shots (no dolly track necessary).

SUGGESTED SCHEDULE:

Principal photography takes place over about 6 non-consecutive days, a 7th day (1/2 day) will be for POV shots and any pick-ups. Weather needs to be sunny or partly cloudy representing typical LA weather. (This 6-day shoot could possibly be done over a 3-6 week period depending on weather and actor/crew availability). You will be notified by Tony Saenz or Dave Strohmaier when we know the dates of any shoot coming up.

CAST:

2 Couples: one younger, one middle aged. Our actors appear in most scenes in the film but show is for primarily scenic vistas or moving dolly shots or camera car POV type shots with their voiceovers. Some sync dialog (see below)

SOUND NOTES:

Small digital sound recorder will be used for very limited sound (camera is very noisy!) On camera dialogue by our couples will be very minimal (short lines) and recorded as a scratch track to be replaced later via “poor man’s ADR”. Most dialogue will be voiceover with only occasional “tie ins” with on camera sync dialogue. Voiceovers & Foley will be recorded in postproduction at Dave’s house. Music and sound effects will come from Dave’s royalty free “SmartSound” library. Some behind the scenes HD footage and interviews will be shot for historical reasons and publicity purposes.
 
 
  
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