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Old 01-28-2020, 12:53 AM   #21
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Would love Patton (Fox) on UHD, but it's now owned by Disney so I won't hold my breath. Man would it look great though!
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Old 01-28-2020, 03:48 AM   #22
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Apollo 11 should be moved to the partial section. It used 16, 35, 5-perf 65, and 10-perf 70 (a special military reversal stock).

And of course First Man should also be added under partial for the end section in 15-perf 65.

Also, if you're including the Star Wars movies, you have it backwards. TFA and TLJ used 15-perf 65 on a couple scenes. TROS used 35 only with some plates by an Alexa 65.
In regards to Apollo 11, I knew about the 16, 35, and 5-perf 65, but not 10- perf 70, wouldn't that still technically be 65mm though, since the audio was always nestled on the extra 5mm space on the film?
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In regards to Apollo 11, I knew about the 16, 35, and 5-perf 65, but not 10- perf 70, wouldn't that still technically be 65mm though, since the audio was always nestled on the extra 5mm space on the film?
No, it was actual 70mm gauge reversal film (so it recorded a positive image directly onto the emulsion) and the recorded image stretched from perf to perf, it was such a unique configuration that they had to use a prototype scanner from Filmlight to capture it.

Whereas for 5-perf or 15-perf IMAX 65mm they're still basically using the Todd-AO system (shoot on 65 negative, print to 70) all these years later.
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If you are adding wish list, Far and Away.

Also you are missing Batman V Superman, Ghost Protocol, Revenge of the fallen, Into Darkness, Catching Fire, Force Awakens and Last Jedi
Still missing a few there
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Apollo 11 should be moved to the partial section. It used 16, 35, 5-perf 65, and 10-perf 70 (a special military reversal stock).

And of course First Man should also be added under partial for the end section in 15-perf 65.

Also, if you're including the Star Wars movies, you have it backwards. TFA and TLJ used 15-perf 65 on a couple scenes. TROS used 35 only with some plates by an Alexa 65.
Seriously? I thought during pre-production they said the whole thing would be filmed in 65...no wonder it didn't look as good as I thought it would. What happened there?
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Seriously? I thought during pre-production they said the whole thing would be filmed in 65...no wonder it didn't look as good as I thought it would. What happened there?
That was when Trevorrow was still attached.
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Seriously? I thought during pre-production they said the whole thing would be filmed in 65...no wonder it didn't look as good as I thought it would. What happened there?
Lol, I distinctly remember people saying the same thing about Last Jedi, that it was all going to be shot on 65 or some such.
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