Hello guest, if you like this forum, why don't you register? https://fanrestore.com/member.php?action=register (December 14, 2021) x


Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
New 70mm struck-from-negative screenings of BOOGIE NIGHTS, PTA Q&A
#1
Lightbulb 
"For the first time ever, see Paul Thomas Anderson’s BOOGIE NIGHTS in 70mm and join us for the World Premiere of the brand new print struck from the original 1997 camera negative.
This is what the theatrical experience is all about, and PTA’s San Fernando Valley has never looked more beautiful. The American Cinematheque is thrilled to celebrate this classic Los Angeles film and the Warner Bros. 100th Anniversary with our best-in-class presentation of five nights of BOOGIE NIGHTS for our members and audiences. Filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson will be in attendance for the opening night members-only World Premiere on February 10th."

https://www.americancinematheque.com/ser...s-in-70mm/

[Image: ghn5YST.jpg]

[Image: OO6Bltd.jpg]
Reply
Thanks given by: dvdmike
#2
First blow up in years
Reply
Thanks given by:
#3
Would be cool if they did a roadshow and played it somewhere other than CA. Probably not gonna happen, but I can dream.
Reply
Thanks given by: dvdmike
#4
Have a feeling a new remastered BD or even a 4k is coming from someone, probably Criterion if Warner is doing a new 4k HDR with Anderson.
Reply
Thanks given by:
#5
(2023-02-09, 08:53 AM)SpaceBlackKnight Wrote: Have a feeling a new remastered BD or even a 4k is coming from someone, probably Criterion if Warner is doing a new 4k HDR with Anderson.

Trying to understand this last part here: "**IF** Warner is doing a new 4k HDR with Anderson".
You're saying IF Warner was doing that, then Criterion would license it and release it?
Like, you're thinking out loud how it could work, or, you have heard news/rumors that Warner is actually doing this?

^^Questions like this would also be what I'd ask him in person on that 1st night's Q&A screening.. but its sold out, sadly
Reply
Thanks given by:
#6
This just seems like a very PTA thing to do, he's one of the only 'film' guys left in Hollywood and likes 70mm prints. It's entirely possible this print will go around the world but due to it's nature I would imagine only select theatres would get to screen it.

Honestly I hope Criterion aren't allowed anywhere near it
Reply
Thanks given by: stwd4nder2
#7
(2023-02-08, 10:38 PM)dvdmike Wrote: First blow up in years

There have been quite a few blow-ups over the past decade, including PTA's last four features.
Reply
Thanks given by:
#8
(2023-02-11, 05:24 AM)Nick_M Wrote:
(2023-02-08, 10:38 PM)dvdmike Wrote: First blow up in years

There have been quite a few blow-ups over the past decade, including PTA's last four features.
Most of his was shot on 70
Reply
Thanks given by:
#9
Most are blow-ups from the original 35mm photography, in some cases from the OCN. PTA's only 'true' 65mm production was The Master (which had a few 35mm inserts).
Reply
Thanks given by:
#10
Mann chairs that AmericanCinematheque foundation above screening PTA's movie. He very likely might be there for some screenings.
Reply
Thanks given by:


Possibly Related Threads…
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
Information IMAX Announces Plans for 4 New 70mm IMAX Cameras arriflexicution 2 1,737 2022-03-22, 08:05 PM
Last Post: dvdmike
  2001 70mm 50th Anniversary Print nafroe 15 10,640 2019-07-27, 10:51 AM
Last Post: Beber

Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)