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Watch The Master projected in 70mm in London

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At Odeon West End between tonight and Thursday. It may run longer, but these dates for sure. I and a group of four more are visiting on the Monday night, apparently it looks absolutely stunning and is worth seeing just for how nice it looks alone!

Such a shame I couldn't find Samsara projected in 70mm in the UK though.

http://www.odeon.co.uk/fanatic/film_info/s139/London_West_End/m14232/The_Master/

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Thanks for that, I was almost in London this weekend too. But had to cancel my trip. ARGHHHHHH

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American Cinematographer Magazine - November 2012 article on 'THE MASTER '


[url="http://www.theasc.com/ac_magazine/November2012/TheMaster/page1.php"]http://www.theasc.co...aster/page1.php[/url]

shot on Kodak Vision 200T and Vision 50D

very fine grain slow stock so needing alot of light on set!
alot more than digital capture would have needed.

a VERY INTERESTING READ!

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[img]http://www.eoshd.com/comments/uploads/inline/19952/509da18a112b2_master1.jpg[/img]

Cinematographer Mihai Malaimare Jr. mans a Panavision System 65 camera in the desert near Barstow, Calif.

[img]http://www.eoshd.com/comments/uploads/inline/19952/509da1aaf2477_master2.jpg[/img]
The wide array of lenses tested by the filmmakers included several that were once employed
by Gordon Willis, ASC (best known for his work on [url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Ford_Coppola"]Francis Ford Coppola[/url]'s [i][url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Godfather"]The Godfather[/url][/i] series) (labeled “Gordon W” in bottom row). “Those lenses were really particular
and kind of fussy to work with — you had to really get ’em right,” says Anderson.

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Haven't been able to forgive Mihai Malaimare Jr. after Twixt. that film is some intentional hoax for real indie amateur work. the framing in he beginning of the film is hard to watch. had to be intentional.

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