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Dr. Strangelove Returns 

By Michael Goldman

New York's Cineric recently created a new black-and- white film print of Stanley Kubrick's classic 1964 anti-war film, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned...

Clint Goes Digital 

By Michael Goldman

Clint Eastwood's reputation for economical, straightforward filmmaking is a bit out of date at least in the opinion of Clint Eastwood. During a recent...

Mark In 

What if it took only a few minutes to create a large, seamless high-resolution display from multiple projectors, and you didn't have to worry about the...

Clint Eastwood Investigates HD 

By Michael Goldman

As he began preparations to make back-to-back films about the historic World War II battle for Iwo Jima—Flags of our Fathers and the upcoming Letters from Iwo Jima—director Clint Eastwood reports that he seriously investigated using high-definition cameras to make the movies. Eastwood had DP Tom Stern’s camera team and HD camera operator Liz Radley conduct a series of tests to compare footage from various HD camera systems with 35mm film footage....

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Scorsese: Gangster Style
 

By Michael Goldman

Like many intense relationships, Martin Scorsese's love affair with what he fondly calls gangster pictures never quite ends. Occasionally, he moves into...

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Rodrigo Prieto, Cinematographer
 

By Michael Goldman

Rodrigo Prieto, ASC, AMC, (pictured left) is living proof the new generation of cinematographers won't be abandoning film any time soon. Prieto's head...

Low Key IBC 

By Cynthia Wisehart

IBC had the usual pleasures the relaxed show floor with its hangover-friendly lighting, the river beach bar packed at noon, the good food everywhere,...

HD Assist for Scorsese 

By Michael Goldman

Martin Scorsese and his longtime cinematographer, Michael Ballhaus, ASC, shot Scorsese’s new picture, The Departed, on film, as they always have, and yet, high-definition technology played a centrol role in pulling the entire project together. ...

Guild Panels Tackle Hot Topics at HD Expo 

Daryn Okada, ASC, president of the American Society of Cinematographers; David Frederick, SOC, president of the Society of Operating Cameramen; and Steven Poster, ASC, president of International Cinematographer’s Guild-Local 600 join Producer’s Guild of America reps and top creative talent for a panel discussion titled The Camera Crew, at the upcoming HD EXPO, on November 2nd....

Mark In 

By its very nature, editing is time-consuming. But even more than the hands-on part of the job, the logistics of pulling together all of the interested...

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