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Peter John Anthony. C
Film Handler

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 - posted 03-11-2005 09:12 AM      Profile for Peter John Anthony. C   Email Peter John Anthony. C   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Can any of you let me know the contact person of 15/70mm IMAX print processing & there Address....

Thanks in advance
Peter

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Adam Martin
I'm not even gonna point out the irony.

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That all depends on what you mean by "print processing". If you want printing to film done, you're looking for CFI/Technicolor in Hollywood. If you're looking for QC and other stuff, it's Imax/DKP in Santa Monice. RPG also deals with QC and other stuff, but I've rarely been impressed by their work.

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Gordon McLeod
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Also Gulliver in france processes 70mm stock

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Peter John Anthony. C
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Thanks for all your help.......

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John Pytlak
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Imagica in Tokyo Japan also processes and prints 65mm/70mm. As does FotoKem in Burbank California.

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Christian Appelt
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Technicolor London used to do 65mm processing and 70mm printing - just ask.

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