Alamo Drafthouse Has Once Upon A Time In Hollywood in 70mm and 35mm, for Your Pleasure
You can see Once Upon A Time In Hollywood in 70mm or 35mm at Alamo Drafthouse in San Francisco, as well as other theaters in North America.
Director and screenwriter Quentin Tarantino is no stranger to shooting 70mm movies. His The Hateful Eight joined other 70mm classics like The Master, Tron, Cleopatra, and Ben Hur in 2015. Now it’s time for Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’s 70mm option to make its way to theaters. And as luck would have it if you’re in San Francisco, you can see Once Upon A Time In Hollywood in 70mm at Alamo Drafthouse New Mission.
Once Upon A Time Hollywood in 70mm Is a Must for Movie Lovers
Longtime Quentin Tarantino Cinematographer Robert Richardson (Kill Bill, Inglourious Basterds, The Aviator, Breathe) is responsible for bringing Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, starring Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, and Leonardo DiCaprio, to life in 70mm, as he did with The Hateful Eight. You may not understand why seeing a movie in uber-widescreen format 70mm makes any difference to the standard 35mm, but considering you are reading about how to see it, you must be curious. There’s a long list of reasons why seeing Once Upon A Time In Hollywood in 70mm over 35mm is worth it, but it’s best to discover it for yourself during the screening.
I will provide one very important reason to see Once Upon A Time In Hollywood in 70mm or 35mm – Tarantino still uses real film to make his movies. It’s a rarity in the modern filmmaking landscape, and whether you think Tarantino has the best dialogue exchanges in movies or is the absolute worst, watching a movie shot on celluloid is worth the price of admission anyway.
The Details on 70mm Once Upon A Time In Hollywood At Alamo Drafthouse in San Francisco
Alamo Drafthouse is showing Once Upon A Time In Hollywood across the nation in 35mm, but only in San Francisco can you see it in 70mm. Alamo Drafthouse New Mission is one of only five theaters in North America showing the 70mm version of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.
The Alamo Drafthouse New Mission in San Francisco screens Once Upon A Time In Hollywood in 70mm starting July 25. Tickets are selling out fast, so secure yours now to an opening weekend screening.
You can also grab 35mm screenings of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood at Alamo Drafthouse New Mission or anywhere else in the country on the cinema chain’s website. Considering the hype surrounding Tarantino’s newest movie, grab your tickets early.
What Theaters Have Once Upon A Time In Hollywood in 70mm?
Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood screens in 70mm at the following theaters.
- Alamo Drafthouse New Mission, San Francisco, California
- Arclight Cinemas Hollywood, Los Angeles, California
- Cineplex Varsity, Toronto, Canada
- City Cinemas Village East, New York City
- Music Box Theatre, Chicago, Illinois
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