Senior HTF Member
- Dec 11, 2001
- Real Name
- Roland Lataille
Huh? If Strohmaier is now an employee of Warner Bros., that's news to me.
By the way, my wish list was based not on ownership, but solely on the fact that Strohmaier and his colleagues have achieved cost-effective miracles with problematic large format productions using off-the-shelf software. With I believe two exceptions, their projects were NOT Warner Bros. properties.
I assume their projects could be ported onto DCPs and maybe even printed back onto "fillum".
You said in your first post - "I know that David Strohmaier has pretty much finished working on all of the Cinerama films, but I wish Warner Bros. would send him raw scans of whatever they have for RAINTREE COUNTY, AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS, and any other problematic large format productions they own, and let him and Tom March work their magic once again in their home offices so that Blu-Ray releases could be feasible"
Dave is not an employee of Warner Bros. All of his work on Digitally restoring films has been with Cinerama Inc. The Wonderful of the Brothers Grim was half owned by Warner Brothers and Cinerama Inc. If Warner is happy with the sales of Grimm, maybe they might be interested in having him restore other titles they have.