High profile filmmakers convince studios to enter into a special agreement with Kodak to ensure motion picture film stock will continue to be manufactured, but will that be enough to save either the company or the celluloid format?
Exclusif. Le service américain de vidéo à la demande par abonnement (SVOD) est devenu en 2013 le premier client de Gaumont. Et il négocie avec Orange un accord pour accéder aux réseaux de l'opérateur en vue de son arrivée en France.
With the motion picture industry's transition away from 35mm film to digital production and distribution it was only a matter of time before the need for film laboratories would disappear entirely. The industry took a step closer toward that end when on Tuesday when Deluxe Laboratories announced the company would close its Hollywood film lab on May 9th.
(Paris, France--August 5, 2014) Transvideo, the award-winning precision monitor manufacturer, has announced exciting new products for launch at IBC 2014. All products will be on show on the Transvideo / Aaton-Digital stand 11.F31.
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In 2013, Angénieux became an official partner of the Cannes Film Festival and awarded the first "Pierre Angenieux EXCELLENS in cinematography " tribute to Philippe Rousselot, ASC, AFC. This year, Angénieux will honor Vilmos Zsigmond, ASC in Cannes at a special evening, accompanied by the directors, stars and prominent personalities who accompanied him in his distinguished career. Vilmos Zsigmond was born June 16, 1930 in Szeged, Hungary. In 1956, he filmed the Hungarian Revolution and escaped to the West. He originally wound up in Germany. But then he said, "As long as we're this far, might as well go to Hollywood." His first jobs as cinematographer were low-budget films for drive- ins and televison. In 1971 , Robert Altman hired Vilmos to shoot "McCabe and Mrs. Miller," which opened doors of Hollywood. He then worked with Altman on "Images " and "The Long Goodbye." His next films have become classics: "Deliverance" ( John Boorman), "The Deer ...
“Gravity wins again! We're floating on air! No, we're floating in Zero G! Emmanuel Lubezki took home the gold for his otherworldly behind-the-camera work he did for Gravity, winning the award for Best Cinematography at the ...”