KRRR! 7th 70mm Film Fest Krnov
13. - 15. April 2012, Kino Mir 70, Krnov, The Czech Republic
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|Written by: Jakub Klíma||Date: 12.03.2012|
|Under patronage of the Municipal centre of information and culture Krnov, together with Ministry of Culture, under the patronage of town major of Krnov, the Mir 70 theatre will again be the meeting point for film enthusiasts from not only the Czech Republic but also visitors from many European counties, including Austria, Holland, France, Poland and Germany. The event is organized in collaboration with town Krnov, supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic. The event also cooperates with Polska Federacja dyskusyjnych klubów filmowych.|
"The name of the festival - KRRR! – which is a part of the festival logo originated in Filmochod agency which is responsible for unified visual presentation of our event. It has several meanings: KRRR! can be seen as an interjection - a group of consonants which evokes the sound of the projector machine, or from point of view of phonetic terms a combination of voiceless and consonant sounds ( velar and dental) forming (almost unpronounceable for foreigners) beginning of the city name - Krnov. This original idea which approval aroused strong reactions is hoped to attract new visitors as well as fulfil expectations and standard of those faithful patrons from past years " (Taken from a official press release).
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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
Official 70mm Festival Page
|The beautiful Kino Mir 70. Image by Thomas Hauerslev|
The 70mm cinema Mír 70 in Krnov is currently only one in the Visegrad Four countries (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary), which is able to screen 70mm film of the original, six-track magnetic stereo sound to 105 square meters of slightly curved screen (nowdays fully digitalized). One of the main task of the festival is to recall now unused film format which dazzled visitors in its time by brilliant display of details in picture and and insurmountable sound to nowadays public – DESPITE ALL THE DRAWBACKS THAT OLD AND WORN-OUT COPIES OF 70mm FILMS BRING.
As in previous years we have selected some titles for this year festival that will have their cinema premier in the Czech Republic. The first is historical action drama "Ice Station Zebra" (1965), the second is historical epic "How the West Was Won“ (1962) and last but not least „Krakatoa, East of Java“ (1969). These films represent our homage to the greatest, literally and virtually, film format of all time – CINERAMA. Even though in limited sense, we are very excited to join this anniversary and celebrate it in big style. Speaking of anniversary, our next slot in programme could not be filled by anything else but with first west German 70mm made in 1962 – „Flying Clipper - Traumreise unter weissen Segeln“. 50 years passed from its initial release and huge popularity among 60’s audiences are fair enough reasons to bring it back on silver screen! We celebrate a little bit sombre jubilee in showing an all-time smash hit „Titanic“. Together with 3-D digital Jack and Rose we will remember those who did not survive 100 years ago. Rumors have it that quartet will be playing during the intermission and for those leaving the cinema last…Our very last salute is to evergreen rock band with long tongue. We will be spending early saturday morning with Rolling Stones and Hal Ashby in theirs „Rolling Stones: Let´s Spend the Night Together“ (1982) in order to celebrate 50th anniversary of this rock band.
For more go to www.krrr.cz
|Kino Mir 70 manager, Mr. Pavel Tomešek and 70mm Festival organizer Mr. Jakub Klima. Image by Thomas Hauerslev|
We offer favourable price of accreditation for 3 days for 750, - CZK (approx. 31 EUR), 600 CZK for two days (approx. 25 EUR.) Students get 20% discount under 26 years of age; film club members get 20% discount on presentation of film club ID). Admissions to individual films without accreditation will range between 80-100 CZK. Number of seats sold individually will be limited according to number of accredited patrons.
All films will be shown in original version with Czech subtitles.
Should you have any further inquiries, feel free to contact us at our website. You can also proceed on-line accreditation here, or via my e-mail address.
Weekend 70mm Program
|Friday 13.04.2012||Saturday 14.04.2012||Sunday 15.04.2012|
| ||10:00 Rolling Stones: Let´s Spend the Night Together vintage 70mm print with 6-track magnetic stereo|
|10:00 Krakatoa East of Java vintage 70mm print with 6-track magnetic stereo|
|14:00 Ice Station Zebra vintage Super Panavison 70 with 6-track magnetic stereo|
|12:15 How The West Was Won vintage 70mm print with 6-track magnetic stereo||12:45 Flying Clipper new MCS 70 Superpanorama print with DTS|
|17:15 Dersu Uzala vintage Sovscope 70 with 6-track magnetic stereo||17:00 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom in Panavision 70 with 6-track Dolby Stereo||16:00 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom in Panavision 70 with 6-track Dolby Stereo|
|20:15 The Agony and the Ecstasy new Todd-AO print and DTS||19:30 The Deer Hunter vintage Panavision 70 print with 6-track Dolby Stereo||18:15 The Agony and the Ecstasy new Todd-AO print and DTS|
| ||23:00 Titanic digital 3D|| |
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2012 Festival Pass
Includes admission to all screenings during the three days. It does not include accommodation.
Festival Pass Price: 650 CZK/ approx. 28 EUR (it may change due exchange rate).
Reservation will be accepted by Jakub Klíma
The organisers wish to thank the following individuals for their help
- Hannelore Bollmann-Cantor, USA
- Francois Carrin, France
- Duncan McGregor, Bradford, UK
- Geraldine Higgins, Hollywood Classic, UK
- Kevin Barrett, 20th Fox, USA
- Richard Huhndorf, Warner Bros. , UK
- Hans Haenssler, Germany
- Herbert Born, Germany
- James Layton, UK
- Jean-Luc Peart, France
- Jürgen Brückner, Germany
Bundesarchiv, Germany; NFTM Bradford, UK; Bonton CZ; Falcon CZ and StudioCanal, UK.
and above all to Thomas Hauerslev and his in70mm.com
Special thanks to Jaromír Blažejovský from Masaryk University for his invaluable help, Pavel Skopal, Radomír D. Kokeš and Adéla Kokešová as well as many thanks go to Pavel Tomešek, the head of cinema Mir 70 in Krnov, officals of culture department of Krnov, namely to manager of the project Marcela Procházková, (MIKS) for their never-ending work.
Many thanks to wonderful people from Filmochod, our families and many others for their endeavour work and support.
|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
Festival co-operator: Adéla Kokešová
Web/visual artworks: www.filmochod.cz
and Jakub Klima (Phone: +420 775 919 059)
Projectors will be on display 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 on sale for all visitors
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