: Summer 2003
Information on purchasing individual copies and subscriptions to the magazine may be obtained by emailing editor John Hayes
An appreciation of widescreen 35mm and 70mm films, past and present, in magazine format.
To obtain the fully-illustrated print edition of the magazine, contact John at the email address above.
Here's just four articles from Issue 3, and I hope you enjoy them. The print edition has these and many more fully-illustrated feature articles.
If you're joining us for the first time, let me bid you a warm welcome. I hope you will enjoy our informal exploration of the fascinating world of Widescreen.I think we've got some fascinating stuff in this issue - and there's lots more in the works! - so I'll sign off now and leave you to get on with it. Remember, if you would like to comment on the mag, offer suggestions for articles - or write an article! - you can drop me a line at our publishing address, or on-line at email@example.com. And, finally, for those of you who missed our first two issues, a limited number of back issues are still available at the old price of £2 in UK or $6 USA or 5 Euros if you live in the EU or three chickens if you're a farmer, or . . .
Cinerama at the Abbey Cinema, Liverpool by Mike Taylor
Bradford Widescreen Weekend
Walt Disney Animated Features and CinemaScope
Introducing Norman J. Warren
Making of Inseminoid: Part 1
Letters To The Editor
Widescreen Music by Bill Blaney
And much more!
|And finally . . .|
reading WIDE SCREEN MOVIES, and I hope you enjoyed both it and them.
Please share your thoughts and suggestions - positive or negative! - or even go the whole hog and contribute an article?
If you have a favourite film or films, or you know some obscure stuff about some format or other; share it with us! I won't insult you by offering to pay you in actual cash money; but you will receive the infinitely more satisfying reward of seeing your work in print. For free. Good deal eh?
But remember - should you choose to accept this mission - the subject MUST be large or wide-format film, or it will be cast aside. Please email me, John Hayes, for more information.
This is not a democracy - this is . . . WIDESCREEN!
'Til next time...
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