Winstar does anamorphic!

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  1. Yumbo

    Yumbo Cinematographer

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    on THE CIRCLE.

    here's hope to more.
     
  2. Brian Lawrence

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    Yi Yi was anamorphic and that did not stop Fox Lorber from ruining it.
     
  3. StevenA

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    I was thinking The Circle was released full-frame, so I'm very pleased about this news (although I won't get too excited till I hear about the image quality).
     
  4. Mark_TS

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    If its WINSTAR, 16:9 AND a decent job, then the World must be coming to an end tomorrow...
     
  5. Yumbo

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    the picture is good, sound is impressive (where we don't have to turn up the darned volume like with Columbia, Fox, Paramount, Warner discs).
     
  6. DonaldB

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    The Circle looks very good (and is a GREAT film).

    Another nice looking anamorphic disc from FL is L'humanité.
     
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  8. Lance Nichols

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    A Real Young Girl is anamorphic, and the transfer is pretty good, considering the age of the source material. The movie itself is pretty harsh, and not a comfortable film to sit through. That was the film maker's intent. The packaging has NO indication of the content/presentation.

    I have been trying to fiond out if Romance is the same. The information avaiable states it is "full frame". THe movie was shot flat, so full frame would be incorrect. P&S would be correct. However I thought I saw something stating that the packaging is wrong and it is OAR. Can't confirm that though. Can anyone here confirm that?
     

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