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Christopher Nolan's 2014 grand scale science-fiction story about time and space, and the things that transcend them.
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So, does anybody has got some links to articles that thoroughly explain the process behind Interstellar's 70mm print?

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Nomis wrote:
March 8th, 2019, 7:29 am
So, does anybody has got some links to articles that thoroughly explain the process behind Interstellar's 70mm print?
Did you see it yet at Eye in 70mm? I saw it there last Wednesday and it looked pretty good. But it was amazing seeing the movie again on a big screen after 4 years

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Yeah I saw it there too! Ikr, it was amazing

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July 17th, 2019, 11:01 am
Paul Franklin tweets in length about the making of this shot.
https://twitter.com/pauljfranklin/statu ... 4755852291
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Matthew was lying on a plate, moulded to fit his back, which in turn was mounted on a turntable. The IMAX camera was mounted on his chest, like a monstrous GoPro!
wonder how many crunches he did per day to do this? :think:

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Very impressive how they pulled it off with Interstellar. Love that First Man got to improve with the tech:

Franklin:
The in-camera approach was taken to the next level on First Man which used a large high-res LED video wall. This gives a much brighter image that can properly light the set - the trade off is flexibility as you can't move the wall once it's built, you have to move the sets.
On First Man this was practical as the sets were small - 1960s space craft. Would be trickier with something as big as the Interstellar sets.
fingers crossed they use the same technique on Dune 8-)

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