70mm is the most majestic of all film formats, unsurpassed by any digital format and seeing a resurgence. When a movie was shot in Super 65mm (for a 70mm print), you knew it was something special. 70mm processes like Super Panavision, Ultra Panavision and Todd AO lead the way, and some 35mm movies were also put through a 'blow up' 70mm process to create an even greater image for prestige presentations. A costly process, shooting Super 65mm film outputting of 70mm prints declined throughout the 1980s. However a small resurgence, thanks to Directors seeing the benefit of the majestic format, started in the 1990s. With celluloid still being used to shoot many of the biggest movies of the last two years, plus Imax 70mm film, there is a shift back to experiencing many of the greats as they were meant to be seen. We'll update this page frequently as 70mm print screenings are announced.