Oppenheimer Case Study: Analog post-production workflows -- Presented by Kodak and FotoKem

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Originally Aired - Tuesday, April 16   |   10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PT

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On-going efforts by Kodak and FotoKem continue to make it possible for filmmakers like Christopher Nolan and Paul Thomas Anderson to travel all the way from camera to exhibition through a primarily analog pipeline. Oppenheimer captured on KODAK 65mm color and B&W film in 5-perf and 15-perf formats and released in theaters on 35mm, 70mm, and in IMAX 70mm, requiring special collaboration between the filmmakers, FotoKem, Kodak, IMAX and Panavision. This session will include an inside look at Kodak’s efforts to specially manufacture 65mm B&W, FotoKem’s implementation of large format B&W processing, and the post-production workflow that supported Oppenheimer’s large format capture and release on film.

Please Note: This session is available with an Exhibits Pass(All-Badge Access) - it does NOT require a Core Education Collection Pass.


Vanessa Bendetti
Vice President, Kodak and Head of Motion Picture
Kodak Motion Picture and Entertainment
Andrew Oran
Senior Vice President & General Manager, Sales and Marketing