• 35mm/70mm in filmmaking (movies) refer to the size of the film.
  • 35mm and 70mm are film sizes or gauges. The bigger the size in millimeters, the more information and resolution each frame holds. Cinema scope commonly refers to widescreen processes or anamorphic techniques, that use different magnifications in the horizontal and the vertical to fill the screen; it is also the specific trademark name for 20th Century Fox's widescreen process, which uses an aspect ratio of 2.35:1.

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