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Thomas Hauerslev
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Starting Friday 3rd October 2008 in Karlsruhe, Germany

Program

“Hauptmann Florian von der Mühle” presented in DEFA 70 (a German vintage 70mm print)

"Song of Norway" presented in Super Panavision 70 (a vintage 70mm print)

"STAR!" presented in Todd-AO (in a new 70mm DTS print)

"Get together" Friday evening. With HOEPFNER & friends. 22.15 - Open End

Saturday, 4 October

09:00 Breakfast buffet before the 10 o'clock show

"The Last Valley" presented in Todd-AO (a original vintage 70mm print)

"Der Kongress Amuesiert Sich" presented in MCS-70 Superpanorama (a German vintage 70mm print)

Followed by a Q/A with director of photography Mr. Heinz Hölscher

"The Wall" Presented in Panavision 70 and Dolby Stereo (a original vintage 70mm print)

Gala performance of "Lawrence of Arabia" presented in Super Panavision 70 (a new 70mm DTS print)

Sunday, 5 October

09:00 Breakfast buffet before the 10 o'clock show

Short 70mm Film: "Tour Eiffel".

Short 70mm Film: "Tanakh Bibelen Al-Quran".

70mm promotion reel of "The Last Valley"

Followed by a Q/A with director Mr. Ole Mads Sirks Vevle

Todd-AO History - a Q/A with Walter Siegmund of American Optical Company

"Around the World in 80 Days" presented in Cinestage (a vintage Technicolor print with 4-track magnetic stereo)

"The Bible...in the beginning" presented in Todd-AO (in a new 70mm DTS print)

"Funny Girl" Presented in Panavision 70 and 6-track Magnetic Stereo (a German vintage 70mm print)

More here: http://www.in70mm.com/festival/2008/index.htm

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