The iconic film 2001: A Space Odyssey by Stanley Kubrick is coming soon in a dramatically improved quality to see again. A remastered version of the science fictionfilm, from 1968, is on 12 may at the Cannes film festival premiere.
For the new version has director Christopher Nolan, the original 70 millimeter negatives re-printed with the latest chemical method. The footage is not digitally processed, reports Deadline.
Image from the original 2001: A Space Odyssey from 1968
Nolan serves on 12 may in Cannes itself, the presentation of ’his’ 2001. The screening will be attended by family members of the 1999 death of Stanley Kubrick, including his daughter Katharina Kubrick and his brother-in-law Jan Harlan, who as a producer for a long time with the filmmaker worked.
Malicious computer system
Originally released in 70mm Cinerama roadshow format in 1968, tells the film the story of the crew of a spaceship on a mysterious mission is sent and has to deal with a poorly functioning and potentially malicious computer system.
e new 70mm film from may 18 in cinemas in the United States. It is not known whether the movie to Dutch theatres.