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Flipping the Script on Security: How Little Cinema Digital Leveraged Security to Innovate
Of course security needs to be secure. But what if security could also enable amazing innovations and new business models to happen?
Blinding Lights: Creating Cinematic Beauty for The Weeknd’s Concert Special
The spectacular “The Weeknd: Live at SoFi Stadium” employed 25 Sony Venice cameras to capture live concert footage for the HBO Max special.
“Kendrick Lamar Live in Paris” Brings Cinematic Production to a Streamed Event
Kendrick Lamar’s “The Big Steppers: Live from Paris” employed multiple digital cinema cameras to deliver a livestreamed outdoor broadcast.
“Moonage Daydream:” Making This Psychedelic and Very Cinematic Moment
How Brett Morgen’s “Moonage Daydream” became a less of a documentary and more of an experience.
ICG Honors New Talents at 2022 Emerging Cinematographer Awards
The International Cinematographers Guild names 10 honorees for the 2022 Annual Emerging Cinematographer Awards to be held on October 2.
“The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent:” It’s a Cinematic Love Letter to Nick Cage and Why Not?
Tom Gormican and Kevin Etten wrote “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent” as a love letter to Nick Cage’s history and public persona.
Cinematographer Greig Fraser’s Visions/Visuals for “Dune”
Cinematographer Greig Fraser employs the ARRI Alexa LF large-format digital camera for his collaboration with Denis Villeneuve on “Dune.”
Last Picture Show: It’s Now or Never for Cinemas
The pandemic presents the perfect opportunity for theaters to retool outmoded business models with more flexible pricing and programming.
Sure Seems Like Cinema and Streaming Can Coexist. So Will They?
With the largest domestic box office debut since the pandemic began, the opening weekend for Marvel’s “Black Widow” is the latest test case.
NFTs: Digital Dream or IP Nightmare?
NFTs make sense for Hollywood. IP is king, and some posit the difficult-to-dupe nature of these tokens may solve ownership quandaries for makers and consumers.
“Hundreds of Stories:” The Cinematography That Weaves Them Together for “In The Heights”
DP Alice Brooks employs the Panavision DXL2 to shoot the film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s multi-Tony Award-winning stage musical.
The Shoot-Out Before the Shoot-Out: Nonstop Action Cinematography for “Nobody”
Cinematographer Pawel Pogorzelski, ASC employs the RED Helium for Universal’s stylish action-thriller starring Bob Odenkirk.
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