Fans of movie technology and movies about technology will get the chance to see Alan Chan's "Postcards From The Future" short film (shot in 4K with the Origin camera) in Los Angeles in September.
The screening will make full use of the newly opened flagship Landmark Theatres in west Los Angeles and their state-of-the-art Sony SXRD projectors, screening the movie in 4K digital projection - the way its director intended it to be seen.
As the film's website (www.postcardsfromthefuture.net) explains, Postcards "explores our future in space - seen through the eyes of an engineer working to build a base on the moon, and who occasionally sends video postcards back to his wife and family on Earth.
"Shot entirely digitally...Postcards utilizes technology that belongs in our future, to capture in ultra-high resolution clarity a glimpse of our possible future in space exploration."
Postcards screens daily from September 10-12 at 12:30pm and 1:45pm at the new Landmark Theatres in the Westside Pavilion, 10850 West Pico at Westwood Blvd. (directly next door to Barnes & Noble).
For more theater information, call 310 470 0492.
See "Postcards from the Future" in 4K in Los Angeles
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