Watch CAROL on 35 mm at New York's new cinephile theatre on March 26, 2016. Ed Lachman will appear in person to talk about his work in CAROL. Metrograph 7 Ludlow St. New York City www.metrograph.com Twitter: @metrographnyc
CAROL on 35mm (March 26) For one night only, join us for a very special, rare 35 mm screening of the best American movie of 2015. Todd Haynes' critically acclaimed film will grace the screen in all of its 35mm glory, along with wildly talented cinematographer Ed Lachman. Haynes' pastiche to film coloring of yesteryear will only be more exacerbated by the wonderful grainy, flickering charm of a 35mm cut.
**It's open to the public, but there's no information about the tickets yet.
hmm in layman terms what are the biggest differences/advantages between 35mm over the "regular" print?
I'm not an expert, but I believe that the 35mm print and the "regular print" refer to the way it's projected. Although CAROL was filmed in 16mm, it's digitally projected in all theaters, since they have switched over to that method over the old fashioned 35mm film projectors.
In the case of cinephile theaters that specialize in art films, they would probably have a true analog film projector. I suppose these opportunities to see CAROL in 35mm is sort of like listening to music on a record rather than via MP3.
***UPDATE 3 March 2016 - SOLD OUT! SECOND SHOW ADDED. SEE DETAILS BELOW. **UPDATE: Todd Haynes and Christine Vachon will join Ed Lachman for the Q & A. The Metrograph No. 7 Ludlow Street New York, New York (212) 660-0312 Website: 18.104.22.168/events/
CAROL IN 35MM
Saturday March 26 7:00PM Carol in 35mm Join us for a very special, rare 35mm screening of the best American movie of 2015. Todd Haynes’s exquisite film, adapted from the novel The Price of Salt by Patricia Highsmith, about a romance blossoming between a wealthy married woman and a young department store clerk in 1950s New York, features extraordinarily precise and moving performances by Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, and astonishing craft on every technical level. A love story for the ages, with every nuance captured with remarkable detail and beauty by cinematographer Ed Lachman.
Q&A with writer-director Todd Haynes, cinematographer Ed Lachman, and producer Christine Vachon.
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