"EMVF in 65mm: Movies for Your Ears"
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|Written by: James Tavella, film producer||Date: 1 February 2005|
|Original title: EMVF in 65mm: Movies for your Ears. Filmed in: 65mm, 5 perforations, 24 frames per second. Principal cinematography filmed in: Panavision System 65. Presentation format: Panavision Super 70. Aspect ratio: 2,21:1, but framed for 2,40:1.|
Country of origin: USA. Year of production: 2003. Released by: _____. World premiere (Release date): _____. Premiere cinema, EXPO or Fair: _____.
Producer: James F Tavella. Director: . Bruce Sears. Screenplay: Bruce Sears & James Tavella. Director of photography: Neil Moore. Film editor: _____. Original Music: EMVF: David Sears, Mike Hamernik, Jeff Sulivan & Steve Chandler. Sound Engineer: Thomas Curley. Asst. Sound Engineer: Andy Martin. Key Continuity: Dale V. Franz. Continuity: Susan Bulivac, Anna Lynn Reeves. Costumes & Make up: Breckkon Wigginton & Kelly Rosvold
Cast (role): Elemental of Earth: David Sears. Elemental of Water: Michael Hamernik. Elemental of Fire: Steve Chandler. Elemental of Air: Jeff Sullivan. Narrator: _____.
Production company: Full Resolution. Executive producer: David Sears, Bruce Sears, James Tavella. Production staff (PA): Shane Passantino, Conor Murphy, Bill Persaud.
First Assistant director: Salvador Gomez. 2nd Assistant director: Mark Kendra. Assistant to the director: Tracy Drechsel. Concept and scenario: Bruce Sears. Story: Bruce Sears & James Tavella
“A” Camera Panaflex System 65 (Dolly) Camera operator: Arledge Armenaki, Jerry Murrel. First assistant cameraman: Matt Petrosky. 2nd assistant camerman: Tom Miligan. Dolly Grip: Chris Hughes
“B” Camera Panaflex System 65 (technocrane) Camera operator: Mako (Makofoto) Kowai. First assistant cameraman: Andrew Shulkind. 2nd assistant cameraman: Siddhartha Abbazi. Camera technician: Mike Dee & Mike Sharp. Technocrane Operator: Ray Patrick. Technocrane Grip: _____.
“C” Camera Pellicle (Steadicam) Steadicam: John Radzik. First assistant cameraman: John Orphan. 2nd assistant cameraman & Slater: Laura Thompson
Stills photography: Rod Lockett. Film loader: Siddhartha Abbazi. Gaffer: Foster Denker. Best Boy: Steven Olson. Key grip: Ryan Nelson. Grips: Jason Braun, Frank Cameron
Musical Composer: E.M.V.F. Music supervisor & director: Michael Hamernik. Sound engineer: Thomas Curley & Michael Hamernik. 65mm Specialist & Advisor: Jim Dickson, William Mackenzie-Smith. Documentary Videographer: Art Douglas.
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End title design: .
Filmstock: Eastman Kodak 65mm 5298 & 5277. Shooting ratio: 1:1. 65mm negative developing & processing: CFI Labs. Optical printing: _____. Negative cutter: _____. 70mm film assembly: _____. Color timer: _____ Color by: . Number of 70mm prints: ____. Number of 35mm prints: ____.
Recorded in: .
Dolby Stereo consultant: .
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70mm running time: 15 minutes. 35mm running time: 15 minutes. Distributor: ______.
AFI registration no: .
MPAA censur: .
Notes about the filming:
Special Thanks to: Phil Radin, Frank Kay and the people of Panavision. Beverly Pasterczyke of Eastman Kodak. Andy Romanoff & Richard Amadril of Panavision Remote Systems. Robert Dennis of CFI laboratories. Special Thanks to Don Earl, Jim Dickson, William Mackenzie-Smith, & the Crew of “EMVF in 65mm.”
Academy Awards incl nominations: .
Palme d'or: .
Other awards: .
Synopsis: _____ .
Further reading reference: .
|Further in 70mm reading:|
"EMVF in 65mm: Movies for your ears" - GO TO GALLEY
Super Panavision 70 films
Cast and credits
Full Resolution Entertainment
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