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Correct URL for photo source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/32990413@N08/4588682538/ per link kindly provided by rleather (though both ModernSanDiego.com and Flickr.com links no longer work a/o today’s date).
It was only the flat screen, but still very impressive (best showing of the festival, at least of what I saw). Our boys depicted shredding through mud and snow, tank treads and mechanized juggernauts, the high-tech war rooms, wide landscapes with countless explosions, cool uniforms everywhere, and the general’s pageant-like entry into Palermo. It was like no widescreen spectacle I’ve seen before. Very modern and gritty but also epic and stunning at the same time. I think that there was some chatter on Facebook about why the theatre didn’t bring out their curved screen (logistics or money or something like that). But now that I’ve read your note, I wish, of course, that they would have. The Cinerama-Hollywood ONLY uses their curved.
Hey Renee – If you stumble upon this webpage someday, a huge thank you for the all those passes that you gave me from 1990 to 1992, when you were an assistant here.
The LAHTF has been given assurance that there will be no “Gulla Gate” walling off the Chinese forecourt and that that picture (uploaded now onto this website, see Photos tab above) is going to be removed from the Gulla Jonsdottir site.