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"EMVF in 65mm: Movies for your ears"

The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: James Tavella, film producer Date: 1 February 2005
Jeff Sulivan relaxes between setups and inspects his violin. Jeff’s unique playing style lends an incredible ethereal/energetic composition that truly defines EMVF
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"EMVF in 65mm: Movies for your ears"

A recent 65mm Production

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EMVF drummer and percussionist David Sears stands in position during final blocking. David Sears, a veteran player who has studied from greats like Ginger Baker, Ed Shannessy and Freddy Gruber, is surrounded by a rare stainless steel drum set with a complete compliment of temple blocks, chimes, gongs, and church bell.
2nd assistant cameraman Laura Thompson stands by Camera “A” prepared with the tedious task of bump slating during a roll as the scene progresses.
EMVF Steve Chandler sits and observes the set and meditates on his creative input.
Steadicam operator John Radzik stands by with the pellicle handheld 65mm mounted on his steadicam rig. With a full 500 foot load combined with camera it weighs around 33lbs. A very uncomfortable and hard rig to handle that John flew brilliantly and with professionalism.
Hard charging 2nd Assistant cameraman Siddhartha Abbazi stands by Camera “A”. Sidd was additionally responsible for loading all mags as well assisting Camera “B” on technocrane.
2nd assistant cameraman Tom Miligin moves Camera “A” to new position. Tom and Matt Petrosky dedicated additional time to making sure all cameras were ready through a week long prep before shooting.
2nd Assistant cameraman John Orphan and large format specialist James Dickson discuss the features of the pellicle handheld 65mm. James Dickson is a long time veteran of large format like Showscan and the Circlevision rig.

System 65 Camera on crane silhouetted by a leeko.
System 65 Camera on crane silhouetted by a leeko.
2nd System “65” Camera “A” on dolly.
The gate on the system 65mm.
EMVF stands ready off camera.  

Makeup team Brekkon Wigginton and Kelly Rosvold discuss the current setup. Their combined talents, efforts and professionalism helped keep talent ready for camera with minimal loss of time.

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