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Widescreen Weekend 2012
27 - 30 April, 2012. Pictureville, Bradford, England

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The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: Bill Lawrence & Thomas HauerslevDate: 25.01.2012. Updated 02-05-12
We are looking forward to seeing all of you again in Bradford in April 2012. Come and see Cinerama and 70mm in all its splendour. We will again include the usual mix of lectures, screen talks, format demonstrations, Kinopanorama, Super Panavision 70, 3-strip Cinerama, blowups and maybe IMAX 3D, on screens in all popular size and shapes.

Travel to Bradford to get the first person experience at the Pictureville cinema in Bradford, England from 27 - 30 April, 2012.
We look forward to seeing you there!

best wishes
Bill Lawrence (Reel Solutions) & Thomas Hauerslev, Film Programmers
 
More in 70mm reading:

2012 Widescreen Program

Film introductions

Gallery highlights:
Reception | Friday | Saturday | Sunday | Monday

Widescreen Weekend Home

Past Widescreen Weekend programs

Creating the Widescreen Weekend

Projecting the Widescreen Weekend

Planning the Widescreen Weekend

Travel to Bradford

 

Widescreen Weekend Film Program - Full Program

 
Friday 27.04.2012Saturday 28.04.2012Sunday 29.04.2012Monday 30.04.2012
10:00 “Cinerama's Russian Adventure” Kinopanorama (2:07 + intermission). 

 
10:00 Cinerama  Update presented by Randy Gitsch and David Strohmaier" 90 min

Lecture: Cinerama in the South Seas by David Coles 30 min
10:00 Cinerama! Cinerama!

Audience on Stage 15 minutes
 
Widescreen Academy 10 min
10:00 “The Star Chamber” (1:49). in 70mm Panavision with 6-track Dolby Stereo.
12:45 "The Windjammer Voyage: a Cinemiracle Adventure"- The cast remembers
 
12:30 “South Seas Adventure” Cinerama (2:06 + intermission). Cinerama with 5.1 digital stereo. Smileboxed and remastered on the curve.
 
13:00 Kevin Brownlow lecture: “From Biograph to Fox Grandeur. Early Experiments in Large Format Presentations”12:30 “Black Rain” (2:05). in 70mm Panavision with 6-track Dolby Stereo. A vintage blow-up print on the flat screen.
14:15 “This is Cinerama” (2:00 + intermission)

in 3-strip on the curve with 7-track magnetic stereo.
15:15 "Ryan's Daughter" (3:15) Super Panavision 70 with 6-track magnetic sound. A vintage print with Swedish subtitles on the flat screen14:00 "Around the World in 80 Days" (2:47 + intermission) Todd-AO with 6-track magnetic sound. A vintage print on the curved screen. 
16:50 Loren Janes: How Stunts Were Done

18:00 Reception for weekend delegates

19:00 “How the West Was Won” - The cast remembers
 17:30 "Cinerama Adventure" (1:33) 35mm Dolby Digital. on the flat screen, introduced by Dave Strohmaier and Randy Gitsch. 
19:30 “How the West Was Won” (2:42 + intermission)

in 3-strip on the curve with 7-track magnetic stereo
20:00 “The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm” (2:15 + intermission)

in 3-strip on the curve with 7-track magnetic stereo
19:45 "Samsara" (1:40) in 4k DCP Panavision Super 70 in Dolby Surround 7.1 with full PCM sound, on the flat screen 
    
Internet link:

National Media Museum

Reel Solutions

Hope Lies

Home Theatre Forum review

Peter J Knight blog

2012 Credits

The organisers of the Widescreen Weekend wish to thank the following individuals for their help:

Accommodation and the Weekend Pass

 

Seating plan - click image to see enlargement

2012 Widescreen Weekend pass is:

Pass Prices will be:
£90 (Full price adult)
£70 (Concession)
£80 (Museum Membership Adult)
£60 (Museum Membership Concession)

The weekend pass includes entrance to all screenings at the festival, the festival brochure and widescreen weekend reception on Friday. Save and send the NMM booking form to:

Jennifer Hall
Film Sales Executive
National Media Museum

Phone: +44 (0) 1274 203 442
 

 
The Jurys Inn Hotel is just around the corner. Image by Thomas Hauerslev

The official "Widescreen Weekend" hotel is the "Jurys Inn", which is very close to the Museum. Bradford’s newest hotel has 198 bedrooms, and a fantastic bar and restaurant right in the heart of Bradford City Centre. All bedrooms have a contemporary design that feature freeview plasma TV’s, free WI-FI, free hard wired broadband, air conditioning and comfortable beds. Hotel reservations can be made directly at the hotel +44 1274 848500. Please quote "Bradford Festivals" when making your booking

The Midland Hotel

Fans of the Midland should check with the hotel for any deals that they may be doing. +44 1274 735735.

Premier Inn

By the Leisure Exchange. Currently rooms there at just £29/night throughout the Widescreen Weekend and only £41-£50 full whack!

Holiday Inn Express

In £40-£50 range.
 
Jurys Inn Bradford,
2 Thornton Road
Bradford
West Yorkshire
BD1 2DH
UK

Tel:+44 1274 848500
Fax:+44 1274 848555
 

Pictureville Cinema, Bradford

 
The Pictureville Cinema. Image by Thomas Hauerslev

The Pictureville cinema, the jewel of British cinema in Bradford, West Yorkshire in the heart of Great Britain, is one of three cinemas equipped to show Cinerama in the original 3-strip format. The huge screen is wide and deeply curved. It’s the perfect framework to present 70mm with 6-track sound in Super Technirama 70, Todd-AO and Ultra Panavision 70.

 
National Media Museum
Pictureville
Bradford
West Yorkshire
BD1 1NQ
UK

T: +44 01274 203442
F: +44 01274 203341
 

Why is 70mm so special?

 
Vintage 70mm film. Image by Thomas Hauerslev

"in 70mm"
is unlike anything you have ever seen - a High Definition movie experience with extremely sharp images and crystal clear 6 track stereo.

"in 70mm"
 is very realistic, almost three dimensional and can make everything you have ever seen pale into insignificance. But don't take our word for it - come and see for your self.
 
 
  
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