Lawrence of Arabia Returns to Theaters in September

David Crow Aug 13, 2019

Every summer brings a slew of epics and would-be computer animated spectacles, yet it is safe to say that there are few motion pictures as epic as David Lean’s Lawrence of Arabia. A sprawling cinematic masterpiece that spanned continents in its production, and nearly four hours in its running time, few real, unenhanced images of deserts and vistas have had the sweep of this visual wonder about World War I in the Middle East. And now it’s coming back to the big screen for two days next month, courtesy of Fathom Events and Turner Classic Movies’ TCM Big Screen Classics series.

Now confirmed to be presented in its original 2.20:1 aspect ratio, and with remastered 5.1 audio to better savor the film’s majestic Maurice Jarre score, the picture event will recreate the 1962 viewing experience, complete with an intermission that leaves space for Jarre’s overture.
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