2001 at 50 by Egantx7

Question 10

While 2001 could be viewed in any theater, it was among the last films to also be shot and presented in this format. From 1952 through 1963, this format involved having films shot with three cameras, and then projecting the film onto a parabolic screen with three projectors, allowing a larger panoramic view. After 1963, a single camera 70 mm version of this format was used for films including 2001, It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, The Greatest Story Ever Told, and Ice Station Zebra, with Quentin Tarrantino shooting The Hateful Eight in this format, the first film to do so in over 40 years. With variations called "Panavision" and "Technirama", identify this format for showing more panoramic films.