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What’s Going to Drive HDR Adoption?
The industry has to work together to streamline the integration of HDR technologies into production and distribution processes.
Memories, Meatloaf and Mel Brooks: Making ‟The Automat”
Automats are missing from many films set 1920–70. To rectify this injustice, enter Lisa Hurwitz and her documentary/paean, “The Automat.”
Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark(ness): Guillermo del Toro and Dan Laustsen’s “Nightmare Alley”
Based on the 1946 pulp fiction novel by William Lindsay Gresham, “Nightmare Alley” is the third collaboration between del Toro and Laustsen.
This Will Be Your 2032: Quantum Sensors, AI With Feeling, and Life Beyond Glass
Industry consultant Deloitte identifies three emerging technologies that will transform the business world within the next decade.
How Black and White Brought Poetry to Rebecca Hall’s “Passing”
For her debut feature, director Rebecca Hall and DP Eduard Grau employ black-and-white, low-res photography with a focus on the characters.
Managing Multiple Feeds: Cobalt Digital’s 9905-MPx openGear Processor
Cobalt Digital’s new 9905-MPx multi-channel processor is designed to answer the need for handling and processing multiple video feeds.
VR In the Movies Is a Real Nightmare
From this year’s “Free Guy” to films of the 80s and 90s like “Tron,” “Total Recall” and “The Matrix,” virtual reality can be terrifying.
“Only Murders in the Building:” How to Make a (Very Amusing) Modern Mystery
Director of photography Chris Teague employs the Sony VENICE for Hulu’s new ten-episode, half-hour series mixing murder, mystery and comedy.
Tokyo 2020: Nobody’s There But the World is Watching
The Tokyo Olympics are eliminating a key component of live sports broadcasts under Japan’s state of emergency, but the show must go on.
What’s Next for UHD/HDR in Live and On-Demand Media?
4K High Dynamic Range (HDR) has affirmed itself as a core part of the broadcast landscape, writes MediaKind’s Carl Furgusson.
Euro 2020 and What It Signals for Live Sports Production
ESPN networks and ABC are presenting all 51 matches and 140 combined hours of live coverage of the delayed UEFA European Football Championship 2020, June 11 through July 11. Throughout […]
Finally! NBC Olympics Gears Up for Its Coverage of the Tokyo Games
NBCUniversal is planning to present 7,000 hours of coverage of the Tokyo Olympics this summer, compared to 170 hours in 1996.
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