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KRRR! 14th 70mm Film Fest Krnov
5- 7. April 2019, Kino Mir 70, Krnov, The Czech Republic

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Written by: Martin Leskovsky and Pavel Tomesek, Kino Mir 70. Pictures by: Thomas HauerslevDate: 01.01.2019
Updated 08-03-2019
The majestic Kino Mir 70 cinema in Krnov, Czech Republic.

The year has elapsed and the next 70mm Film Fest regularly taking place in Krnov is knocking on the door again. Characteristic festival logo 70 KRRR! originated by Filmochod agency has several meanings: Mainly as an beginning of the name Krnov or assumed as interjection it evokes the typical noise from projectors and in combination with graphic design represents a number 70 arranged with fingers on hand.

After a year the majestic cinema Mir 70 will become a place where true film fans of celluloid from many European counties - especially enthusiasts loving widescreen format - will meet. Three days of a rare occasion to see great 70mm movies screened on a 105 square meters of slightly curved screen and good opportunity to remember history of “old school” cinema technology in today's sterile digital era.

The foundation of this festival goes back to 2005 when a small 7OMM seminar has since spread wide to the international popularity with visitors not only from the Czech Republic but also the ones come from many European counties, including Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Holland, Poland, Slovak republic, United States and United Kingdom. With respect to ever-rising interest in festival the 70mm format never seems to die...
 
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Kino Mir 70 staff are ready to assist you.

Unique cine-meeting prepares the Municipal Centre of information and culture Krnov under patronage of the Town Hall and mayor of Krnov together with State Cinematography Fund and with Association of Czech Film Clubs and supported by many volunteers.

Special thanks go to the festival team, especially to Pavel Tomesek, head manager of MIR 70 theatre, who is the prime mover of all that…

… and extra special thanks go to Thomas Hauerslev for invaluable help.

SPECIAL 7OMM DEMO SCREENINGS INCLUDE:
“As Good as it Gets” by ARRI 765
"CineSpace 70 / ClearVision 2000" by Todd-AO

ABOUT KRRR!
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• Go to 2018 7OMM Seminar
 
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Kino Mir 70
Namesti Miru 14
794 01 Krnov
The Czech Republic

Telephone: +420 554 615 050

Head of the Kino Mir 70: Pavel Tomešek
 

Weekend 7OMM Program & Tickets

 
FRIDAY 5. April 2019

• 13:30 Front Beyond the Front Line (Igor Gostev, 1977)
• 17:00 The Rose (Mark Rydell, 1979)
• 19:45 Lord Jim (Richard Brooks, 1965) (+opening speech)

SATURDAY 6. April 2019

• 09:00 The King and I (Walter Lang, 1956)
• 13:00 Todd-AO Lecture by Thomas Hauerslev
• 14:30 Mike Todd's "Around the World in 80 Days" in Todd-AO (Michael Anderson, 1956)
• 18:15 Armageddon (Michael Bay, 1998)
• 21:30 Phantom Thread (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2017)

SUNDAY  7. April 2019

• 09:00 Custer of the West (Robert Siodmak, 1967)
• 12:15 In Harm's Way (Otto Preminger, 1965)
• 16:00 Armageddon (Michael Bay, 1998)

Prices of accreditation are 1100 CZK (EUR 43) for three days and 850 CZK (EUR 34) for 2 days pass
 
 

Weekend 7OMM Program. Film Info
Traditional Widescreen Film Festival KRRR! 5-7-. april 2019, Krnov, Czech Republic.

 
FRIDAY 5. April 2019

English title: Front Beyond the Front Line. Original title: Фронт за линией фронта. Czech title: Fronta v Týlu. Country of origin: USSR. Production year: 1977. Format 70 mm. Cinematographic Process: Sovscope 70. Sound: MG 6-channel, Russian speaking, Czech and English subtitles. Print condition: Colour spectrum. Length: 174 min + intermission. First run: In Czechoslovakia: 1. 11. 1978. In Mír 70 theatre, Krnov: 70mm 5.–7. 4. 2019.

Director: Igor Gostev. Starring: Vjacheslav Tichonov, Jurij Tolubejev, Vladimir Samojlov, Alexander Jakovlev, Svetlana Suchovej, Jevgenij Matvejev, Vladislav Strzhelchik, Galina Polskich, Igor Jasulovich, Oleg Zhakov, Jevgenij Shutov, Marina Djuzheva, Ivan Pereverzev, Georgij Nikolajenko, Sergej Lysov, Alexander Pjatkov, Sergej Jurtajkin, Harry Pietzsch, Anatolij Solovjov


Original title: The Rose. Czech title: Růže. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1979. Format 70 mm, 1.85:1 blow-up. Camera Panavision Cameras and Lenses. Sound: MG 6-channel, English speaking, Czech subtitles. Print condition: Degraded colour spectrum. Length: 125 min. First run: Not screened in Czechoslovakia. In Mír 70 theatre, Krnov: 70mm 5.–7. 4. 2019.

Director: Mark Rydell. Script writer: Bo Goldman. Camera Vilmos Zsigmond. Starring: Bette Midler, Alan Bates, Frederic Forrest, Harry Dean Stanton, Barry Primus, David Keith, Sandy Ward, Victor Argo, Jack Starrett, Doris Roberts, Jonathan Banks, Don Calfa, Pat Corley, Rudy Bond, James Keane, John Dennis Johnston, Will Hare, Harry Northup, Chip Zien, Jeffrey Weissman, Jack O'Leary, Seamon Glass, Hugh Gillin, Hildy Brooks, Kathryn Grody, Phil Rubenstein, Michael Greer, Jack Hollander, Sandra Seacat. Producer: Marvin Worth, Aaron Russo. Editor: Carroll Timothy O'Meara, Robert L. Wolfe. Stage designer: Richard Macdonald. Costume designer: Theoni V. Aldredge

Awards:
Academy Awards – 4 Oscar nominations
1980 – Bette Midler (Actress in a Leading Role)
1980 – Frederic Forrest (Actor in a Supporting Role)
1980 – Robert L. Wolfe, Carroll Timothy O'Meara (Film Editing)
1980 – Theodore Soderberg, Douglas O. Williams, Paul Wells, James E. Webb (Sound)

Golden Globes – 5 nominations, won 3
* 1980 – Bette Midler (Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical)
* 1980 – Bette Midler (New Star of the Year in a Motion Picture – Female)
* 1980 – Amanda McBroom (Original Song)
1980 – Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical
1980 – Frederic Forrest (Actor in a Supporting Role) 


Original title: Lord Jim. Czech title: Lord Jim. Country of origin: UK / USA. Production year: 1965. Format 70 mm. Camera Super Panavision 70 (as Super Panavision ®). Sound: DTS 6-channel, English speaking, Czech subtitles. Print condition: Restored print – Full colour spectrum. Length: 154 min + intermission. First run: In Czechoslovakia: 14. 4. 1972 on 70mm and 35mm CinemaScope. In Mír 70 theatre, Krnov: 70mm 9.–16. 2. 1973.

Director: Richard Brooks. Based on: Joseph Conrad (book). Script writer: Richard Brooks. Camera Freddie Young. Music composer: Bronislau Kaper. Starring: Peter O'Toole, James Mason, Curd Jürgens, Eli Wallach, Jack Hawkins, Paul Lukas, Daliah Lavi, Akim Tamiroff, Džúzó Itami, Andrew Keir, Jack MacGowran, Walter Gotell, Christian Marquand, John Richardson, Paul Frees, Marne Maitland, Lewis Alexander, Aileen Lewis, Newton Blick, Maxwell Craig, Noel Purcell, Dido Plumb, Viviane Ventura, Rafiq Anwar. Producer: Richard Brooks. Editor: Alan Osbiston. Stage designer: Geoffrey Drake. Costume designer: Phyllis Dalton 


SATURDAY 6. April 2019

Original title: The King and I. Czech title: Král a Já. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1956. Format 70 mm blow-up (Grandeur 70). Camera CinemaScope 55, Bausch & Lomb Lenses, Bell & Howell 2709, Fox 4x55. Sound: MG 6-channel, English speaking, Czech subtitles. Print condition: Degraded colour spectrum. Length: 133 min + intermission. First run: Not screened in Czechoslovakia. In Mír 70 theatre, Krnov: 70mm 5.–7. 4. 2019.

Director: Walter Lang. Script writer: Ernest Lehman. Camera Leon Shamroy. Music composer: Alfred Newman, Richard Rodgers. Starring: Deborah Kerr, Yul Brynner, Rita Moreno, Martin Benson, Terry Saunders, Rex Thompson, Alan Mowbray, Charles Irwin, Maureen Hingert, Carlos Rivas, Evelyn Rudie, Patrick Adiarte, Leonard Strong, Weaver Levy, Dale Ishimoto, Joanne Miya, Robert Banas, Marie Tsien. Producer: Charles Brackett. Editor: Robert L. Simpson. Make-up: Ben Nye. Costume designer: Irene Sharaff

Awards:
Academy Awards – 9 Oscar nominations, won 5
* 1957 – Yul Brynner (Actor in a Leading Role)
* 1957 – Alfred Newman, Ken Darby (Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture)
* 1957 – Lyle R. Wheeler, John DeCuir, Walter M. Scott, Paul S. Fox (Art Direction-Set Decoration, Color)
* 1957 – Irene Sharaff (Costume Design, Color)
* 1957 – Carlton W. Faulkner (Sound, Recording)
1957 – Charles Brackett (Best Picture)
1957 – Walter Lang (Directing)
1957 – Deborah Kerr (Actress in a Leading Role)
1957 – Leon Shamroy (Cinematography, Color)

Golden Globes – 4 nominations, won 2
* 1957 – Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical
* 1957 – Deborah Kerr (Best Actress – Comedy or Musical)
1957 – Yul Brynner (Best Actor – Comedy or Musical)
1957 – Best Film Promoting International Understanding 


Original title: Around the World in 80 Days. Czech title: Cesta Kolem Světa za 80 Dní. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1956. Format: 70 mm. Camera: Todd-AO. Sound: MG 6-channel, English speaking, Czech subtitles. Print condition: Degraded colour spectrum. Length: 175 min + intermission. First run: In Czechoslovakia: 1971 only on 35 mm CinemaScope. In Mír 70 theatre, Krnov: 35 mm 2.-8. 7. 1971, 70mm 5.–7. 4. 2019.

Director: Michael Anderson. Based on: Jules Verne (book). Script writer: John Farrow, S. J. Perelman, James Poe. Camera Lionel Lindon. Music composer: Victor Young. Starring: Cantinflas, David Niven, Finlay Currie, Robert Morley, Ronald Squire, Basil Sydney, Tim McCoy, Noël Coward, John Gielgud, Trevor Howard, Harcourt Williams, Martine Carol, Fernandel, Charles Boyer, Gilbert Roland, Cesar Romero, Alan Mowbray, Cedric Hardwicke, Reginald Denny, Ronald Colman, Shirley MacLaine, Charles Coburn, Peter Lorre (více). Producer: Mike Todd. Editor: Paul Weatherwax, Gene Ruggiero, Howard Epstein. Stage designer: Ken Adam. Make-up: Terry Miles, William Turner, Web Overlander, Robert… . Costume designer: Miles White

Awards:
Academy Awards – 8 Oscar nominations, won 5
* 1957 – Michael Todd (Best Picture)
* 1957 – James Poe, John Farrow, S. J. Perelman (Writing, Screenplay - Adapted )
* 1957 – Lionel Lindon (Cinematography, Color)
* 1957 – Gene Ruggiero, Paul Weatherwax (Film Editing)
* 1957 – Victor Young (Music)
1957 – Michael Anderson (Directing)
1957 – James W. Sullivan, Ken Adam, Ross Dowd (Art Direction-Set Decoration, Color)
1957 – Miles White (Costume Design, Color)

Golden Globes – 3 nominations, won 2
* 1957 – Best Motion Picture – Drama
* 1957 – Cantinflas (Best Actor – Comedy or Musical)
1957 – Michael Anderson (Best Director)


Original title: Armageddon. Czech title: Armageddon. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1997. Format 70 mm blow-up. Camera Panavision Panaflex Lightweight, Panavision C- and E-Series Lenses. Panavision Panaflex Platinum, Panavision C- and E-Series Lenses. Panavision Panastar, Panavision C- and E-Series Lenses. Sound: DTS 6-channel, English speaking, Czech subtitles. Print condition: Full colour spectrum. Length: 151 min. First run: In Czech Republic: 13. 8. 1998 only on 35 mm CinemaScope. In Mír 70 theatre, Krnov: 35mm 27. 8.–2. 9. 1998, 70mm 5.–7. 4. 2019.

Director: Michael Bay. Script writer: Jonathan Hensleigh, J. J. Abrams. Camera John Schwartzman. Music composer: Trevor Rabin, Harry Gregson-Williams. Starring: Bruce Willis, Billy Bob Thornton, Ben Affleck, Liv Tyler, Will Patton, Steve Buscemi, William Fichtner, Owen Wilson, Michael Clarke Duncan, Peter Stormare, Ken Hudson Campbell, Jessica Steen, Keith David, Chris Ellis, Jason Isaacs, Grayson McCouch, Grace Zabriskie, Eddie Griffin, Stanley Anderson, Udo Kier, Seiko Macuda, Mark Boone Junior, Michael Bay, Erik Per Sullivan, Lawrence Tierney, Gedde Watanabe, Jim Maniaci, Andy Milder, Frederick Weller, Googy Gress, Matt Malloy, Jim Fitzpatrick, Charlton Heston, Patrick Richwood, Shawnee Smith, Michael Taliferro, Judith Hoag, Bodhi Elfman, Dina Morrone, Le Ann Cheri', Judi Beecher, Mary Ann Schmidt, Marshall R. Teague, Dwight Hicks, Ronald Fox, papež Jan Pavel II., Dyllan Christopher, Christian Clemenson, John Aylward, Joseph Patrick Kelly, Steven Ford, Judith Drake, Michael Kaplan, Peter White, James Harper, Peter Murnik, H. Richard Greene, Gustavo Perez, John Mahon, Greg Collins, Ellen Cleghorne, Jeff Austin, Andrew Heckler, Brian Hayes Currie, Brian Brophy, Jim Ishida. Producer: Michael Bay, Jerry Bruckheimer, Gale Anne Hurd. Editor: Chris Lebenzon, Glen Scantlebury, Mark Goldblatt. Stage designer: Michael White. Costume designer: Magali Guidasci, Michael Kaplan

Awards:
Academy Awards – 4 Oscar nominations
1999 – Diane Warren (Music, Original Song)
1999 – Kevin O'Connell, Greg P. Russell, Keith A. Wester (Best Sound)
1999 – George Watters II (Effects, Sound Effects Editing)
1999 – Richard R. Hoover, Pat McClung, John Frazier (Effects, Visual Effects)


Original title: Phantom Thread. Czech title: Nit z Přízraků. Country of origin: USA / UK. Production year: 2017. Format: 70mm blow-up. Camera: Panavision Panaflex Millennium XL2, Panavision Ultra Speed Z-Series MKII Lenses. Sound: DTS 6-channel, English speaking, Czech subtitles. Print condition: Full colour spectrum. Length: 130 min. First run: In Czech Republic: 1. 2. 2018. In Mír 70 theatre, Krnov: DCP 1. 2. 2018, 70mm 5.–7. 4. 2019.

Director: Paul Thomas Anderson. Script writer: Paul Thomas Anderson. Music composer: Johnny Greenwood. Starring: Daniel Day-Lewis, Vicky Krieps, Lesley Manville, Richard Graham, Camilla Rutherford, Jason Redshaw, Cedric Tylleman, Gina McKee, Brian Gleeson, Harriet Sansom Harris, Silas Carson, Martin Dew, Tim Ahern, Julia Davis. Producer: Paul Thomas Anderson, Chelsea Barnard, Megan Ellison, Peter Heslop, Jillian Longnecker, Daniel Lupi, JoAnne Sellar, Adam Somner. Editor: Dylan Tichenor. Stage designer: Mark Tildesley. Costume designer: Mark Bridges

Awards:
Academy Awards – 6 Oscar nominations, won 1
* 2018 – Mark Bridges (Costume Design)
2018 – Daniel Lupi, JoAnne Sellar, Megan Ellison, P. T. Anderson (Best Motion Picture)
2018 – Paul Thomas Anderson (Directing)
2018 – Daniel Day-Lewis (Actor in a Leading Role)
2018 – Lesley Manville (Actress in a Supporting Role)
2018 – Jonny Greenwood (Music)

Golden Globes – 2 nominations
2018 – Daniel Day-Lewis (Nejlepší herec – drama)
2018 – Jonny Greenwood (Nejlepší hudba) 


SUNDAY  7. April 2019

Original title: Custer of the West. Czech title: Generál Custer. Country of origin: USA / UK / Spain / France. Production year: 1967. Format 70 mm blow-up (Super-Cinerama) (as Cinerama). Camera 35 mm (horizontal) Super Technirama 70 (anamorphic) (photographed in) (as Super Technirama -70®). Sound: Digital 6-channel, English speaking, Czech subtitles. Print condition: Degraded colour spectrum. Length: 140 min + intermission. First run: Not screened in Czechoslovakia. In Mír 70 theatre, Krnov: 70mm 5.–7. 4. 2019.

Director: Robert Siodmak. Script writer: Julian Zimet, Bernard Gordon. Camera Cecilio Paniagua. Music composer: Bernardo Segall. Starring: Robert Shaw, Mary Ure, Ty Hardin, Jeffrey Hunter, Lawrence Tierney, Marc Lawrence, Kieron Moore, Robert Ryan, Jack Taylor, Fred Kohler Jr., Barta Barri. Producer: Philip Yordan. Editor: Maurice Rootes, Peter Parasheles. Costume designer: Laure Lourié


Original title: In Harm's Way. Czech title: Po Zlém. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1965. Format 70 mm blow-up. Camera Panavision (anamorphic). Sound: Digital 6-channel, English speaking, Czech subtitles. Print condition: Black and white print. Length: 165 min + intermission. First run: Not screened in Czechoslovakia. In Mír 70 theatre, Krnov: 70mm 5.–7. 4. 2019.

Director: Otto Preminger. Script writer: Wendell Mayes. Camera Loyal Griggs. Music composer: Jerry Goldsmith. Starring: John Wayne, Kirk Douglas, Patricia Neal, Tom Tryon, Paula Prentiss, Brandon De Wilde, Dana Andrews, Stanley Holloway, Burgess Meredith, Franchot Tone, Patrick O'Neal, Slim Pickens, George Kennedy, Bruce Cabot, Barbara Bouchet, Larry Hagman, Henry Fonda, Carroll O'Connor, Jerry Goldsmith, Jill Haworth, Christopher George, Hugh O'Br… (více). Producer: Otto Preminger. Editor: George Tomasini, Hugh S. Fowler. Stage designer: Lyle R. Wheeler. Make-up: Web Overlander

Awards:
Academy Awards – 1 Oscar nomination
1966 – Loyal Griggs (Cinematography, Black-and-White) 


Original title: Armageddon. Czech title: Armageddon. Country of origin: USA. Production year: 1997. Format 70 mm blow-up. Camera Panavision Panaflex Lightweight, Panavision C- and E-Series Lenses. Panavision Panaflex Platinum, Panavision C- and E-Series Lenses. Panavision Panastar, Panavision C- and E-Series Lenses. Sound: DTS 6-channel, English speaking, Czech subtitles. Print condition: Full colour spectrum. Length: 151 min. First run: In Czech Republic: 13. 8. 1998 only on 35 mm CinemaScope. In Mír 70 theatre, Krnov: 35mm 27. 8.–2. 9. 1998, 70mm 5.–7. 4. 2019.

Director: Michael Bay. Script writer: Jonathan Hensleigh, J. J. Abrams. Camera John Schwartzman. Music composer: Trevor Rabin, Harry Gregson-Williams. Starring: Bruce Willis, Billy Bob Thornton, Ben Affleck, Liv Tyler, Will Patton, Steve Buscemi, William Fichtner, Owen Wilson, Michael Clarke Duncan, Peter Stormare, Ken Hudson Campbell, Jessica Steen, Keith David, Chris Ellis, Jason Isaacs, Grayson McCouch, Grace Zabriskie, Eddie Griffin, Stanley Anderson, Udo Kier, Seiko Macuda, Mark Boone Junior, Michael Bay, Erik Per Sullivan, Lawrence Tierney, Gedde Watanabe, Jim Maniaci, Andy Milder, Frederick Weller, Googy Gress, Matt Malloy, Jim Fitzpatrick, Charlton Heston, Patrick Richwood, Shawnee Smith, Michael Taliferro, Judith Hoag, Bodhi Elfman, Dina Morrone, Le Ann Cheri', Judi Beecher, Mary Ann Schmidt, Marshall R. Teague, Dwight Hicks, Ronald Fox, papež Jan Pavel II., Dyllan Christopher, Christian Clemenson, John Aylward, Joseph Patrick Kelly, Steven Ford, Judith Drake, Michael Kaplan, Peter White, James Harper, Peter Murnik, H. Richard Greene, Gustavo Perez, John Mahon, Greg Collins, Ellen Cleghorne, Jeff Austin, Andrew Heckler, Brian Hayes Currie, Brian Brophy, Jim Ishida. Producer: Michael Bay, Jerry Bruckheimer, Gale Anne Hurd. Editor: Chris Lebenzon, Glen Scantlebury, Mark Goldblatt. Stage designer: Michael White. Costume designer: Magali Guidasci, Michael Kaplan

Awards:
Academy Awards – 4 Oscar nominations
1999 – Diane Warren (Music, Original Song)
1999 – Kevin O'Connell, Greg P. Russell, Keith A. Wester (Best Sound)
1999 – George Watters II (Effects, Sound Effects Editing)
1999 – Richard R. Hoover, Pat McClung, John Frazier (Effects, Visual Effects)
 
 

How to get to Krnov

 
Projection and technical staff are ready to show 70mm films.

By car:

GPS: 50.086352, 17.699144

By train:

The train station is called Krnov - Hlavní nádraží (Krnov - Main Station), from the staiton it is 1,6 km to the cinema. You can take Revoluční street, when you pass Albert hypermarket you turn right, then cross the bridge and on your right you can see the movie theatre "Kino Mír".

By bus:
Bus station is next to the Albert hypermarket so you cross the bridge and on your right you can see the movie theatre "Kino Mír".

By plane:
You get to the Prague Airport (PRG) and then you can go by train from Prague to Krnov-Cvilin.

You get to the Vienna/Wien Airport (Austria) and then you can go by train from Vienna Airport to Krnov-Cvilin.

 
 

2019 Credits

 
Your tickets are ready for the beautiful Kino Mir 70.

Manager of the project:
Marcela Procházková
Director of the Mir 70 theather and founder: Pavel Tomešek
Projectonists: Petra Pokorná, Martin Bodešínský, Pavel Tomešek and Martin Leskovský.
Sub-titling: Martin Bodešínský
Preparation of film copies: Pavel Tomešek
Web/visual artworks: Adam Hruby, and Jakub Klima and Adela Kokesova

Projectors will be on display in the in Mir 70 foyer and everyone will be invited to visit the projection room. A small breakfast before the morning screening and some refreshment during the whole seminar will be on sale for all visitors.
 
 
  
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