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Unidentified Processes

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Photographs of unidentified color film technologies. Several different principles and times. Feel free to contact us if you can help identifying them!




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Contemporary Reception

Apocalypse Now (USA 1979, Francis Ford Coppola):
Canby, Vincent (1979): Apocalypse Now. Faces of War. In: The New York Times, Aug., p. C15. View Quote
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Canby, Vincent (1979): The Heart of Apocalypse Is ‘Extremely Misty’. In: The New York Times, Aug., p. D1 and p. D15. View Quote
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Heller Anderson, Susan (1979): Apocalypse Now Film Stuns Cannes. In: The New York Times, May, p. C15. View Quote
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Deep End (GBR / GER / BDR 1970, Jerzy Skolimowski):
Greenspun, Roger (1971): Screen: Deep End, Fantasies in a Public Bath. In: The New York Times, Aug., p. 42. View Quote
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Simon, John (1971): An Appalling Plague Has Been Loosed on Our Films. In: The New York Times, Sep., p. D13. View Quote
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Don’t Look Now (GBR / ITA 1973, Nicolas Roeg):
Canby, Vincent (1973): Film. Don’t Look Now, a Horror Tale. In: New York Times, Dec., p. 56. View Quote
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Selected Analyses

Don’t Look Now (GBR, ITA 1973, Nicolas Roeg):
Watkins, Liz (2015): Don’t Look Now. Transience and Text. In: Screen, 4,56, pp. 436–449, on pp. 336–339 View Quote, on p. 444 View Quote and on pp. 447–448. View Quote

Production Reports

Apocalypse Now (USA 1979, Francis Ford Coppola):
Chiu, Tony (1979): Apocalypse Now Will Open, at Last. In: The New York Times, Jan., p. C15. View Quote
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