The Museum of Modern Art, Floor T2, Theater 2
The Story of Cinerama: An Illustrated Lecture. Courtesy of Cinerama, Inc.

Cinerama was a screening system created on Long Island and introduced to audiences on Broadway in the 1940s; its unparalleled success launched the widescreen revolution of the 1950s. The Cinerama, Inc., digital restoration team of David Strohmaier and Randy Gitsch will discuss the history of the Cinerama and the Cinemiracle process, including its motion pictures, and the unique problems they faced in restoring their three-strip format legacy library.

Program approx. 60 min.