CINERAMA @ 60 ~ THE REVIVAL CONTINUES


CINERAMA @ 60 PART 2 (For Part 1, CLICK HERE) Cinerama's legacy continues today, with widescreen and the more direct descendant, 70mm IMAX continuing the traditions. IMAX, before its recent wholehearted adoption by mainstream cinema, was generally a medium for large-scale documentaries. Space, Underwater and more exiting subject, such as the 1992 film, Fire Of Kuwait were … Continue reading CINERAMA @ 60 ~ THE REVIVAL CONTINUES

HOW THE WEST WAS WON


1962  CINERAMA @ 60 DIRECTORS: John Ford, Henry Hathaway & George Marshall May Contain Spoilers! How The West Won was the first of only two narrative feature films to be filmed in the Cumbersome 3-Strip Cinerama process, the other being The Wonderful Worlds Of The Brothers Grimm, a rarity in its complete form these days. … Continue reading HOW THE WEST WAS WON

CINERAMA ADVENTURE


2002 CINERAMA @ 60 DIRECTOR: David Strohmaier Included within theHow The West Was Won Blu-ray, Cinerama Adventure is a sentimental and detailed exploration of the short-lived phenomena that was Cinerama. Filled to the brim with stories, anecdotes and the odd tall tale, this takes a look at the people behind the process, Cinerama's place with film … Continue reading CINERAMA ADVENTURE

CINERAMA @ 60 ~ 146 DEGREES OF PERCEPTION


CINERAMA @ 60 PART 1 60 years ago today, on the evening of September 30th 1952, Cinerama was premiered at the New York Broadway Theatre, heralding what would be come a new and enduring era of widescreen. Though the true three panel Cinerama format would not survive, How The West Was Won and The Wonderful World Of The Brothers … Continue reading CINERAMA @ 60 ~ 146 DEGREES OF PERCEPTION