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The History of Aspect Ratio In this 18-minute educational video...

10 July 2013 11:30 AM, PDT | Hollywonk | See recent Hollywonk news »

The History of Aspect Ratio

In this 18-minute educational video by FilmmakerIQ, John Hess details the history of the cinematic aspect ratio, from 4:3 to 16:9, 1.85:1 to 2.39:1.

Here is a timeline of each aspect ratio as well as some notable films that utilized them.

Original Silent Film (1892) - 1.33:1

- Established by William Dickson and Thomas Edison Academy Ratio (1932) - 1.37:1

- All sound films from 1932 to 1955 were shot in Academy ratio Cinerama (1952) - 2.59:1

- This is Cinerama, The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm CinemaScope (1953) - 2.35:1

- The Robe, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, The Seven Year Itch VistaVision (1954) - 1.85:1

- White Christmas, To Catch a Thief, North by Northwest Todd-ao  (1955)  - 2.20:1

- Oklahoma!, Cleopatra, The Sound of Music MGM Camera 65 (1957) - 2.76:1

- Raintree County, Ben-Hur Ultra Panavision 70 (1957)  - 2.76:1

- How the West Was Won, It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, »

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Conversations with Link People

4 March 2013 8:58 PM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Two must reads

Monkey See a terrific insightful piece on the current state of the Romantic Comedy and what's wrong with it. Hint: It's not the common complaint that there aren't enough believable obstacles in modern romance. The most surprising bit -- but I totally was sold on it -- was how today's internet sport of actress-hating (see what's happening with Hathaway and what often happens) is part of the problem.

Antagony & Ecstacy picks the ten best Oscar winning performances in each of the categories. I've only previously done this with Supporting Actress and boy was that a hard list to make. Tim quadruples that challenge here.

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Huffington Post Jamie Lee Curtis speaks out against Seth MacFarlane's Oscar hosting in a new opinion piece

Towleroad Tom Cullen (Weekend) will be joining Downton Abbey. They do have to replenish the cast since everyone is f'in leaving. »


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Movie House of Worship: Seattle Cinerama

17 February 2013 8:00 AM, PST | | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

“Movie Houses of Worship” is a regular feature spotlighting our favorite movie theaters around the world, those that are like temples of cinema catering to the most religious-like film geeks. This week, film critic Jason Whyte highlights one of his favorite theaters. His comments are those quoted. If you’d like to suggest or submit a place you regularly worship at the altar of cinema, please email our weekend editor. Seattle Cinerama Location: 2100 4th Avenue, Seattle, Wa Opened: January 24, 1963, as the Martin Cinerama. Re-opened in 1999 following a decades-long decline and near-demolition. No. of screens: 1 (technically 2 screens but they alternate for one auditorium) Current first-run titles: A Good Day to Die Hard Repertory programming: On February 28, the Cinerama will present a 35mm print of the 1966 Batman: The Movie with a special exhibit of Adam West’s costume. In the past, the theater has been home to Cinerama festivals, showing such classics of the format as This is Cinerama and »

- Christopher Campbell

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TCM's '31 Days of Oscar': Robert Osborne spotlights studios that have been 'so distinctive'

1 February 2013 2:00 AM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

The so-called "studio system" is long finished in Hollywood ... but not on Turner Classic Movies.

For the 2013 edition of the channel's annual "31 Days of Oscar" festival of films that either won or were nominated for Academy Awards, a different studio will be showcased each day or group of days. First up, starting Friday, Feb. 1: four-and-a-half days devoted to Warner Bros. and such Best Picture winners as "Casablanca" and "My Fair Lady," plus honored performances including Jack Lemmon's in "Mister Roberts" and Elizabeth Taylor's in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"

"I think it's fascinating to see how many important films a studio like Warner Bros. had," principal TCM host Robert Osborne tells Zap2it, "whereas a studio like Columbia, you might not think of that way. I still think of Columbia as one Rita Hayworth movie a year, or maybe one a year directed by Frank Capra in the '30s. »


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