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Director Michel Gondry certainly maintained his reputation for offbeat filmmaking with Be Kind, Rewind, which recently debuted at the Sundance Film Festival...

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My Theory is that the Best DI is not Always the One with the $250,000 machines in $1-million rooms (and $4,000-per-day rates)...

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By Darroch Greer

Communists are making good villains again. Former communist countries and satellites provide both settings and breeding grounds for some of the most potent...

Shoot Review: Korg MR-1  

Reviewer: Gary Eskow

Whether you're a videographer working on a budget and needing to shoot his or her own audio in the field, or a dedicated audio specialist tasked with acquiring the highest-quality field audio possible, part of your job is to assess the tools being brought to market...

Vanguard Awards 2007 

By Trevor Boyer

Every year, as the days get shorter, Digital Content Producer's editors and contributors get together and compose a list of the year's most groundbreaking new products for video-production professionals...

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As he releases his dark character study about the rise and fall of a turn-of-the-century oil baron, Director Paul Thomas Anderson proudly touts his strict adherence to traditional filmmaking techniques while making Paramount Vantage's There Will Be Blood ...

Beta Sight: Iconix HD-RH1  

By Bert Dunk, ASC, CSC

I've been working in Hollywood as a cinematographer since the early 1990s, serving as DP on such films as Rich Men, Single Women (1990), Flashfire (1993), and The Inspectors (1998), as well as numerous other projects for television. In 2000, I worked with Director Robert Wise on A Storm in Summer, based on Rod Serling's 1970 teleplay, and in 2002, I shot the crime drama Street Time, for which I was nominated for Best Cinematography in a TV Series by the Canadian Society of Cinematographers...

Products: Panasonic  

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If you're one of those facilities that rely on Panasonic's D-5 HD VTR for mastering, you might be interested in the company's recently announced AJ-HDP2000...

Millimeter Vanguard Awards 2007  

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In attempting to list the most groundbreaking products released in the calendar year 2007, millimeter's editors faced an abundance of choices...

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