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The DI Dimension 

By Michael Goldman

Oscar-winning director Robert Benton was devastated at the death of cinematographer Jean-Yves Escoffier earlier this year from heart failure shortly after the two had completed working together on Benton's new film for Miramax, The Human Stain....

Riding the Digital Range 

by Michael Goldman

Kevin Costner wasn't exactly itching to do a digital intermediate on his new film — Touchstone Pictures' Open Range — when the project got underway last year. He didn't even know, or care, what exactly a digital intermediate was....

Technical Color 

By Cynthia Wisehart, Editorial Director

I remember the first time I got a glimpse of what is now called Digital Intermediate. I was at the old Rainmaker offices in Burbank watching a carpenter...

Shooting Horses on Courses 

by Michael Goldman

When director Gary Ross insists, “I'm not hung up on saying Seabiscuit is my vision — it was a total collaboration in every sense of the word,” his DP on the film, John Schwartzman, ASC, immediately contradicts him....

Spike Lee's New York 

by Michael Goldman

Although Edward Norton stars in Spike Lee's new film, The 25th Hour, a Buena Vista release, the real star is Lee's beloved city of New York....

The Changing Face of Digital Mastering 

By Garrett Smith

The vice president of Digital Mastering Operations at Paramount Pictures and adjunct associate professor in the USC Cinema/TV department Garrett Smith on the past and future of film technology....

Color Control DPs on Digital Intermediate 

by Jon Silberg

Digital mastering for a feature film still comes at a premium. Facilities estimate that today it can add anywhere from $100,000 to $500,000 to a post...


by Dan Ochiva

For decades, Italy's famed Cinecitt (Cinema City) studios have served as a second Hollywood, a favorite for directors ranging from Visconti, Renoir, Fellini,...

The Right Timing 

by Jon Silberg

In theory it's the best of both worlds. Digital mastering allows cinematographers the unmatched flexibility of shooting on film along with the creative control of the telecine suite....

No Clones: Unexpected Adventures on Episode II  

by Ellen Wolff

Inventive techiques forge new worlds. Much to learn, we have....

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