It’s not often that a Hollywood studio promotes a reissue of one of its classic titles in an “unrestored” version, but that’s what Warner Bros. is touting with the upcoming release of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey — a new 70mm print made entirely photochemically from new elements derived from the original camera negative, without a digital component. We assume some traditional clean-up and other analog restoration work has been done, but a prepared statement from director Christopher Nolan, who apparently had a hand in the mastering process, promises: “There are no digital tricks, remastered effects, or revisionist edits.” Nolan is visiting the Cannes Film Festival to premiere the new version on May 12; 70mm prints will debut theatrically on May 18, followed by a new home video release, including UHD Blu-ray, later in the year.