Renowned Cinerama Restoration Director David Strohmaier discusses his work restoring forgotten films shot and exhibited in Cinerama - the three-panel, wide film process which debuted in 1952 and launched the widescreen wars of the 1950s.
Moving from classic Cinerama films released by Flicker Alley to his latest project, Holiday in Spain (aka the Smell-O-Vision classique Scent of Mystery) available on Blu-ray by Redwind Productions, this lengthy discussion digs into a marginalized, if not fogotten chunk of widescreen film history.
Also available: online print interviews with Redwind Productions' Brian Jamieson + additional comments from David Strohmaier, and a review of Mario Nascimbene's soundtrack album, released by Kritzerland Records.
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