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Revisit "Pages from History of Cinematography" 4K projection of "The Godfather" and print of "Shadows of our Forgotten Ancestors"


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#1 Jason Bauer

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Posted 26 May 2009 - 02:22 PM

Join us in celebrating the art of cinematography. Debuting at Cine Gear, this new screening series explores two films which revolutionized the craft:

“The Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors” (1964)
– Acclaimed worldknown cult film, a rare treat that hails from Ukraine and is shot much in the same style as bold visual style as "I Am Cuba".



Roger Ebert wrote in 1978:” The Ukrainian film “Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors” won almost every, award in sight on the 1964 film festival circuit”.

Most of the published reviews are strong as these:

´Shadows´ is one of the best movies i´ve ever seen. The filming is so beautiful that it constantly makes you wonder how they did it.”

“As Illienko’s camera swirls vertiginously to capture harvest festivals and celebrations, you sense a linkage of past and present that’s astounding.”

“Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors is a boldly conceived and astonishingly photographed”


Friday, June 5, 2009 9:30am,
Kodak Screening Theater


Panelist Speakers:
Yuri Illienko, DP, “Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors” (via internet)

Todd McCarthy, Chief Film Critic, Variety,
director of Visions of Light: the Art of Cinematography

Yuri Neyman, ASC, Series Producer


“The Godfather Part I” (1972)
– run in 4K digital, first-time shown closest to intended vision of its creators!
(USA, 1972, Director of Photography Gordon Willis, ASC, Director Francis F. Coppola)


Saturday June 6, 2009 9:30am
Sony Screening Theater - Culver City, CA


Panelist Speakers:
Allen Daviau, ASC, creative supervisor of The Godfather digital 4K transfer,
member of Warner Bros. digital 4K transfer Technical Team

Todd McCarthy, Chief Film Critic, Variety,
director of Visions of Light: the Art of Cinematography

Yuri Neyman, ASC, Series Producer

Screenings are followed by discussion and Q&A with the films’ principals, renowned art and cinema historians, industry experts, cinematographers and technologists. The series features introductions highlighting each film’s artistic and technical achievements.

For more information go to http://cinegearexpo....semhistory.html

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#2 Jake Iesu

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Posted 27 May 2009 - 03:28 PM

O god,

Any chance of bringing 4k projection of the godfather to australia? I can't afford the plane ticket! Although the 6th is my birthday *wink wink*
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