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One of the most important things you need to know about Christopher Nolan’s “Dunkirk” is that the entire 106-minute feature was shot on 65mm film, with 75% incorporating IMAX film cameras. In terms of visual scope, these stats suggest “Dunkirk” might just be Nolan’s biggest movie to date, which means you shouldn’t settle for a digital projection if you don’t have to.
“Dunkirk” will be projected in 70mm in select theaters and tickets for those engagements are now for sale on the “Dunkirk” official website, so we finally have confirmation on what theaters across the country will be showing the WWII drama in its preferred format.
“Dunkirk” will be screening on both regular 70mm and IMAX 70mm, the later of which being the ideal experience. But those aren’t the only ways one will »
- Zack Sharf
We’re just a few weeks away from a new Christopher Nolan film, which means questions may abound about what exact format to see it in. With around 75% of his World War II thriller Dunkirk reported to be shot on IMAX 65mm film stock (aka the vertically-longer aspect ratio first utilized by Nolan for The Dark Knight, most memorably for the opening scene) and the rest on 65mm large format film stock, the best experience one can have is seeking out a 15/70mm presentation.
As tickets go on sale this morning, we now have a list of all the locations in the U.S. and Canada presenting the film in 70mm. Before we get to that list (via Nolan Fans), check out a visual format guide from Anton Volkov, as well as a new TV spot. Since 70mm formats will vary, if one is seeking out the best quality — 15/70mm »
- Jordan Raup
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