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  Film stock - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Film stock is the term for photographic film on which films are recorded.
Film is also classified according to its width and the arrangement of its sprocket holes—a range of gauges from 8mm to 70mm or more, single-perf or double-perf configurations.
Motion picture film is known to be a highly unstable medium: improperly preserved film can deteriorate in a period of time much faster than many photographs or other visual presentations.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Filmstock   (458 words)

 Encyclopedia: 70mm film
As used in camera, the film is 65 mm wide; for projection 2.5 mm are added along each outer side of the perforations for magnetic strips holding six tracks of surround sound, although in truth, the magnetic sound system is rarely used anymore.
The advent of low-grain film stocks and availability of digital soundtrack systems for less expensive and more widely projectable 35 mm film lead to a decline in use of this expensive format in the 1990s.
There is a subset of 70 mm film known as Showscan, in which the picture is captured and shown at 60 frames per second, which can have beneficial effects on qualities like image strobe, flicker, and grain.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/70mm-film   (641 words)

 70mm film
70mm film (or 65mm film) is a high-resolution motion picture film format.
As used in camera, the film is 65mm wide; for projection 2.5mm are added along each side for magnetic strips holding six tracks of surround sound.
The advent of low-grain film stocks and availability of digital soundtrack[?] systems for less expensive and more widely projectable 35mm film lead to a decline in use of this expensive format in the 1990s.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/70/70mm_film.html   (172 words)

 70 mm film - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
As used in camera, the film is 65 mm wide; for projection 2.5 mm are added along each outer side of the perforations for magnetic strips holding six tracks of surround sound, although in truth, the magnetic sound system is used now rarely.
Film formats with a width of 70mm have existed since the early days of the motion picture industry.
The advent of low-grain film stocks and availability of digital soundtrack systems for less expensive and more widely projectable 35 mm film led to a decline in use of this expensive format in the 1990s.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/70mm_film   (824 words)

 One hundred Years of Film Sizes. Almost one hundred film widths and perforations were experimented with.
Whereas film equipment has undergone drastic changes in the course of a century it is a little miracle that 35mm has remained the universally accepted film size.
It was the Ikonograph, using 17,5mm film with a large center perforation.
An optimum use of the film width was obtained by expanding the image and reducing the size of the perforations on both sides.
www.xs4all.nl /~wichm/filmsize.html   (3700 words)

 Oliver Stone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The film was widely criticized in the media as being a mixture of truth and fiction, which prompted Stone to publish an annotated version of the screenplay, in which he cites references for his claims.
Natural Born Killers is filmed and edited in a frenzied style where animation, grainy fl and white 8mm film, color 35mm film, and VHS are intercut and juxtaposed in a psychedelic montage of images showing not only the story's action, but also conveying the characters thoughts and feelings.
In fact, the original screenwriter of Natural Born Killers, Quentin Tarantino, was unhappy with the end result of the film because of the attention Stone gave to the aspects of the story involving the media, and asked that his name be removed from the credits.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Oliver_Stone   (1165 words)

 Panoramic 70mm film system - Patent 6242150
The 70 mm film strip has six magnetic sound tracks 51-56 with two of them lying between an edge 46, 48 of a film frame 44 and a row 60 or 62 of perforations, and with a pair of sound tracks lying between each row of perforations and an adjacent edge of the film strip.
The width of the film frame is substantially 91% of the distance M between the two rows of perforations of the film.
As a result, when the film frame 82 is projected onto a screen using the nonanamorphic (spherical) 70 mm lens on a common 70 mm projector, the projected image 90 has a width E that is 2.4 times the height F of the projected image, for an aspect ratio of 2.4 to 1.
www.freepatentsonline.com /6242150.html   (2472 words)

 rec.arts.movies.tech FAQ
Films with magnetic sound also have a `balance stripe' on the perforated edge in order to keep the film thickness even, although sound is not normally recorded on it.
Film `dailies' (quickly made prints of camera negative) are often known as `work prints,' as, after they are viewed by directors and cinematographers, they are the actual prints with which film editors (assuming they actually are editing on film) `work' as they cut and splice the film together to appropriately reflect a film's story.
Films in 16mm and sometimes 35mm are cut into so-called `A and B rolls,' in a `checkerboard' fashion in order to ensure that splices will not appear on the screen when the prints are projected.
www.redballoon.net /~snorwood/faq2.html   (16857 words)

 ipedia.com: 35mm film Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The film format was introduced into still photography as early as 1913 (the Tourist Multiple) but first became popular with the launch of the Leica camera, created by Oskar Barnack.
In normal still photography use, the film, with Kodak Standard perforations, is used horizontally, with each frame having an aspect ratio of 2:3, a size of 24 x 36 mm.
Most films today are shot and projected using the 4-perforation format, but cropping the top and bottom of the frames for a medium aspect ratio of 1.85 or 1.67.
www.ipedia.com /35mm_film.html   (669 words)

 History of 70mm
They filmed a tracking shot in which the sense of audience participation was rather high, and projected it as a loop.
Apart from the boom year 1965, the annual output of 70mm films was approximately between one and four titles.
The power of 70mm is derived from its unparalleled quality on a big screen, so there was even less reason to produce or exhibit in 70mm, as the big screens were getting smaller and staying that way.
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 in70mm.com - The 70mm Newsletter
Wim Wenders (once a subscriber of The 70mm Newsletter), yesterday announced [14 June 2005] in Berlin, Germany, at a UIP tradeshow, that they are seriously considering to release his newest movie "DON'T COME KNOCKING" with some few 70mm prints.
However, once 70mm came to Mexico, a LOT of movies were shown in the large format.
This story is about the rise and fall of 70mm film presentations and some of the theatres that used to screen them regularly; a review from a personal perspective, aided by some input from other keen followers of the subject.
www.in70mm.com   (987 words)

 Biografmuseet - 70mm.dk. En “Thomas Hauerslev's eXperymints” Virksomhed
Biografmuseet 70mm.dk fortæller historien om 70mm Film i Danmark ved at beskrive alle danske biografer, som har vist de store film.
Læs også om IMAX Dome, Cinerama, Cinemiracle, Motion Master, Pik-A-Movie, Cinema 180 og Showscan og se premieredatoer for alle 70mm film i Danmark i perioden 1958 - 2003.
I starten af tresserne kom han til Danmark for at arbejde for Henning Karmark på ASA film.
www.70mm.dk   (408 words)

 review of 70mm aerial film for 70mm rollout cameras with tips on QMS, Xante printers, Imacon scanner, ...
This particular film is courtesy of the Agfa aerial photography division in Belgium.
FLAAR also uses another 70mm film camera to do peripheral rollouts of the circumference of round art objects, a mechanical rollout system made in Belgium.
AGFA 70mm film allows continuous images to be made of the entire circumference of any round artifact.
www.cameras-scanners-flaar.org /recommended_film_printer_RIP/Agfa_70mm_format_film.htm   (537 words)

 Ron Fricke 70mm film maker
He immerses himself completely in every stage of production, wrestling with the broad philosophical concepts that underlie his films, designing sophisticated equipment, framing each shot as if it were a painting, editing and color timing the finished print.
Indulging his passion for 70mm, and determined to make life affirming films, Fricke proceeded to direct and co-produce "Chronos", an innovative, non verbal, IMAX film that won the Grand prix du jury Award at the first Festival International Omnimax de Paris (1987).
It develops the themes of interconnection and transcendence, which Fricke began to explore in "Chronos", ""Baraka" is a journey of rediscovery that plunges into nature, into history, into the human spirit and finally into the realm of the infinite".
www.in70mm.com /newsletter/1995/39/samsara/ron_fricke.htm   (353 words)

 70mm Film in China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
China Research Institute of Film Science and Technology or CRIFST for short, is the only state-level research institute in film science and technology and the most autohoritive organization in developing of 70mm films in China.
The second 70mm theater in Beijing is the Super-Screen Theater located inside the building of China Research Institute of Film Science and Technology (CRIFST), which uses a 70mm/8 perf projection system made in China with a 7 track digital sound system.
These films were all shot with 35mm cameras and enlarged onto 70mm prints.
www.in70mm.com /newsletter/1997/49/china/china.htm   (446 words)

 Fordele ved 70mm film   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Denne urolighed opfatter hjernen lynhurtigt, og publikum tolker derfor 35mm film som "film" og ikke som "virkelighed".
Da 70mm står helt stille, virker handlingen meget mere intensivt og realistisk (hvad det så end er i filmens univers).
Den eneste ulempe er følgelig, at 70mm film er et meget tungt medie, og derfor ikke er noget for svage filmoperatører!
www.70mm.dk /experymints/diverse/fordel.htm   (228 words)

 Cinema Development Company - FAQ
There are very large differences between the three most common film formats: 35mm, 70mm, and 15/70 formats.
70mm film is a bit more than 3 times larger than a normal 35mm movie frames.
Most people don't see much difference between 35mm and 70mm film and most movies today are still released only in 35mm prints.
www.cinemadevelopmentcompany.com /faq.shtml   (474 words)

 Filmmaking - Answerbag FAQ
I heard that in post-production, if a director is not happy with the movie and doesn't want their name on it, they replace the name.
The name was first used in 1967 as a unique pseudonym directors could use when the final cut of a film differed significantly with their vision.
In 1931 only two "major" silent films were released in the United States, both are still considered to be classic films silent or talkie.
www.answerbag.com /c_view.php/1351   (1809 words)

 Adapting a Graflex 70mm Roll film back to 120/220
I got the film to index properly without the paper backing, but I think there must still be a better way.
70mm film is allways without backing paper, and usually came as 15 feet loads on the spesial reloadable cassette (looking like a big 35mm cassette).
The 70 mm cassettes were highly sought after a few years back when there were a number of people using kodak's 70mm high speed infrared film among others.
www.largeformatphotography.info /lfforum/topic/500935.html   (536 words)

 Imax May Be The Greatest Film Delivery System Ever Developed, But Will It Prosper?
The 70mm Imax prints stay free of dust and scratches as the film moves through the projector on cushions of air instead of on rollers.
Animation presented in 70mm showed the potential of the medium as a fine art this year.
It is a 4-minute, 70mm animated film made without using a camera.
www.awn.com /mag/issue5.09/5.09pages/cohenimax.php3   (600 words)

 Guardian Unlimited | The Guardian | Imax ready to make a spectacle of itself
Polar Express, which was released on traditional screens and in Imax, was the first major animated feature film in 3D and took $40m at the box office in 11 weeks.
In an era where the time between a film's release and its appearance on TV is getting ever shorter, Imax seems to give films a longer life because it is a spectacle that cannot be replicated at home.
Exit polls showed that a quarter of the audience were seeing the film for the second time.
www.guardian.co.uk /business/story/0,3604,1405502,00.html   (561 words)

 70mm film for weddings?
I inquired of my regular lab today (Buckeye Color Lab, in Canton, Ohio) and they can process 70mm film, but they told me they can only do contact proofing or "flow proofing" or enlarged proofs to 4x5 (not 5x5).
Chuck many years ago I used 70mm film with a hasselblad elm just as you suggest.
As for the 70 mm film you are correst.
www.photo.net /bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=000xYO   (679 words)

 list70mm.htm   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
It has a weak point about it; It is a thin film, vulnerable to scuffing and scratching, and doesn't have that familiar extra emulsion base that makes VPS so popular.
To conform to industrial and aerial demands, the film base is pet and not triacetate.
H100 is a high resolution film with very high colour saturation - what makes it a unique film for publicity imagery with smashing colours or for taking pictures in foggy conditions - what can be the case in panorama photography.
www.a1.nl /phomepag/markerink/list70mm.htm   (1012 words)

 Baraka - A film / movie by Ron Fricke, Mark Magidson, music by Michael Stearns, shot on 70mm, contains World, Travel, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Some people find the lack of context occasionally frustrating, not knowing where a section was filmed, or the meaning of the ritual taking place.
The DVD also includes behind the scenes footage, including scenes of the grueling shoot at Ayer's Rock in Australia, when a plague of flies of Biblical proportions made it impossible to film until they rigged up a vacuum to suck the bugs away from the lens.
Shots of monks will make you grab your backpack and head for Asia as soon as the film / movie finishes, but you never make it as the shots of post war Kuwait and the refuse dumps of Calcatta remind you that us humans are far from perfect.
www.spiritofbaraka.com /baraka.aspx   (667 words)

 Zuga.net Forums - Hasselblad 70mm film back
I have purchesed 4ea 70mm backs from 4 different eBay auctions and all 4 do not want to work acceptabley on my 553 body.
You need a cine processor to develop this film or a 15 foot reel and tank.
The problem is, with the backs attached, the camera shoots like it does with a 12 or 24 back except the film advances erradicly after a few frames and ends up not advancing anymore at all.
www.zuga.net /forums/showthread.php?t=9734   (225 words)

 APUG - B&W 70mm film with dark teal base
I recently got a 70mm film loader with some film still in it.
The base of the film on the exposed leader is a dark teal.
Most major manufacturers identify film by small print on the edge of the film, with at least on mark per foot.
www.apug.org /forums/showthread.php?t=19133&goto=newpost   (308 words)

 The National Museum of Photography, Film & Television - Cinemas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Discover what films are showing at the Pictureville by visiting the NMPFT film diary pages.
Discover what films are showing at the Cubby by visiting the NMPFT film diary pages.
Each frame is ten times larger than a regular 35mm film frame and when projected, the screen image is bigger than the human field of vision.
www.nmpft.org.uk /film/cinemas.asp   (258 words)

 PRESS RELEASE Why You Won't See Polar Express at OMSI This Holiday Season   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
IMAX uses 15-perforation, 70mm film to create images of incredible sharpness.
Clearance gives specific theaters, such as Regal, exclusive rights to show a film in a specific region -- a practice that was reportedly banned by the courts in the 1940s.
Founded in 1944 and one of the nation's top ten science museums, the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is a world-class tourist attraction and educational resource that puts the "wow" in science for the kid in each of us.
www.marketwire.com /mw/release_html_b1?release_id=76334   (540 words)

 Metadata: Film Types and Electronic Imaging Formats Used by NASA Astronauts to Photograph Earth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Frames 1 through 182 are 5048 film, Frames 182A through 441 are 5046 film.
Frames 1 through 181 are 5048 film, frames 182 through 364 are 5046 film.
Frames 1 through 181 are 5046 film, frames 182 through 365 are 5048 film.
eol.jsc.nasa.gov /sseop/FilmTypeDesc.htm   (521 words)

 70mmback.htm   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
For example 36 rolls of 70mm x 100 foot is one minumum.
Most of the 70mm backs you'll find are for the little 15 foot cassettes, like scaled-up 35mm.
Keith made some simple, rugged, all-manual backs for 70mm bulk, and you can find a few others listed at http://www.a1.nl/phomepag/markerink/70mmback.htm Also, check ebay, there are often used portrait studio cameras with bulk 70mm/4x5 backs available, sometimes dirt cheap if the camera part of the package is ugly.
www.a1.nl /phomepag/markerink/70mmback.htm   (1024 words)

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