New Edition of The BKSTS Wide-Screen and 3D Film Formats Poster

September 1988
Image Technology;Sep1988, Vol. 70 Issue 9, p338
Trade Publication
The article presents the new edition of the British Kinematograph, Sound and Television Society (BKSTS) wide screen format poster. The BKSTS' poster depicts majority of the film formats proposed or adopted for the presentation of widescreen and 3-dimensional motion pictures. The latest edition portrays a unique display of over fifty processes and a priceless source of reference for film historians, archivists, and those interested in the technical history of cinema.


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