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#1 of 35 OFFLINE   Adam_S



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Posted June 01 2012 - 10:09 AM

I see that the Academy will be screening a new 70mm print of spartacus at the end of the summer: http://www.oscars.or...12/07/70mm.html


Is such a print likely to be a contact print off the restoration negative?  How does a new print tend to come about for 70mm films in this era when it is starting to get incredibly rare for prints to be struck?  I saw a contact print of Manhatten at the academy a few years ago and it was stunning. 


Would striking a new print indicate that the new print was also telecined for a different HD master/release?  Or if they were to make a new bluray (whether criterion or universal) would they scan the negative or scan an interpositive?

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