CINERAMA SHOOTS FIRST TIME IN 50 YEARS
New Cinerama footage being shot for the first time in half a century.
Click on the picture to view the painstaking production work.



AMAZING HOW THE CINERAMA TECHNOLOGY THRILLED MILLIONS - Wide Screen Cinematography and Stereophonic Sound Recording PUTTING A HUGE PICTURE IN A SMALL TV FRAME - More than just letterboxing a wide screen image
CINERAMA'S INVOLVEMENT IN THE COLD WAR - American versus Russian wide screen wars ARTICLES AND REVIEWS ABOUT THE CINERAMA ADVENTURE - Daily Variety discusses Cinerama - Cinemeditor article on 'Cinerama Adventure BIOGRAPHIES OF THE REMARKABLE CINERAMA PIONEERS - Fred Waller - Lowell Thomas - Mike Todd - Hazard Reeves - Paul Mantz - Merian C. Cooper - Harry Squires THE PEOPLE WHO'S INTERVIEWS ARE USED TO TELL THE AMAZING CINERAMA STORY - Leonard Maltin - Rudy Behlmer - Mike Todd Jr. - Lowell Thomas Jr. - Debbie Reynolds - Carroll Baker - Russ Tamblyn - and a host of others
Synopsis of the feature documentary, CINERAMA ADVENTURE SOMETHING ABOUT THE PEOPLE THAT MADE THE CINERAMA ADVENTURE CAST AND TECHNICAL CREDITS FOR PEOPLE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CINERAMA ADVENTURE OTHER WEB SITES THAT DISCUSS CINERAMA


NOW  CINERAMA ADVENTURE IS EVERYWHERE! Three different DVD versions, each bundled with the restored and remastered Academy Award winning Cinerama feature, HOW THE WEST WAS WON are now available from Warner Home Video. Click here for details on these Sept 2008 releases.

LOOKING FOR A BIG EVENT for your festival, conference, or class? You can book the feature documentary, CINERAMA ADVENTURE to screen in your venue from our pristine 35mm prints, or from the regular or high definition video format of your choice. You can also arraange for personal appearances by director David Strohmaier and producer Randy Gitsch, to guest at meet'n'greets, intro the film and host Q&As after the screening. Additionally, two proven, popular, added-value "stop 'n' go" shows, entitled Larger Than Life and Cinerama Ventures, are available for your booking. Click here to see where we've already been.

Please contact the C.A. Productions office at (818) 787-1911 for details.




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