Sunday, March 19 at 3pm | An emotionally stunning Technicolor melodrama from the director who basically invented them, INTERLUDE follows the budding romance of June Allyson and conductor Rossano Brazzi, who has a secret wife with a secret problem. At the time, Universal - who released all of Douglas Sirk’s 1950s films - printed some of their titles on Eastman stock and others on Technicolor. Luckily, this obscure and rarely revived title, beautifully shot on location in Germany and Austria, received the preferred treatment.
CFS Technicolor Weekend!: In partnership with the Chicago Film Society, Technicolor Weekend! celebrates the longevity, beauty, and richness of the technicolor printing process. All presented on 35mm prints that were intended to last only through their initial runs, and have instead endured hundreds of projections, studio mergers, film exchange closures, and multiple private owners. These unlikely survivors offer us a view of what these films looked like before digital color correction and other modern restoration techniques, and are stunning examples of an incredibly complex industrial process that delighted millions. View full series here.
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