DP Jendra Jarnagin recently shot a night scene for an independent feature shooting the Sony F55 Digital Cinema Camera at 5000 ISO.
This movie will touch you, it will tickle you, it will make you smile and nod in knowing recognition because this is a movie that remembers what it was like to be fourteen years old and to sit in the way way back of your parents' station wagon because you wanted to be alone, because you had nothing to say to anyone else, because they couldn’t begin to understand what you were going through. And it’s about finding someone who changes all of that.
It means Retired, Extremely Dangerous, so maybe this is what happens when you give old people unlimited access to ammunition and an almost incomprehensible plot: they destroy everything in sight – and neither you nor they have a clear idea exactly why.
Codex, Cooke Optics and The Pixel Farm plan to develop and deliver what the companies are calling the next generation of metadata capture for film and digital cinema cameras.
White House Down co-producers Marc Weigert and Volker Engel set up their management platform Uncharted Territory in 1999 to serve as the production and visual effects hub on films they’ve been involved with including 2012, Anonymous and others. Due to the very tight, 12-month delivery schedule for White House Down, Weigert and Engel, who also served as co-VFX supervisors on the film, recruited ten visual effects vendors around the world—all using Shotgun software to push and pull shots.
VFX studio MPC has standardized on Tweak Software's image and sequence viewer, RV, for playback and review across its feature film VFX facilities in Vancouver, Montréal, London and Bangalore.
This movie is stuffed with too many characters, jammed with too many sub-plots, but who cares? Certainly not all the kids – and maybe not any of the adults either – who were in this at-least-half-full theatre on a Sunday night.
This film is getting lost in the summer box office and while it’s not a great film, it’s better than the box office results suggest. The major factor that’s hurting it: it’s the second telling of essentially the same story this year. Just a few months ago, Gerald Butler saved the President and the White House from terrorists in Olympus Has Fallen; now it’s Channing Tatum’s turn.
Christie today launched Christie Vive Audio, which the company calls “a groundbreaking solution to help exhibitors complete the experience for their movie going audiences.”
HitFix today announced a new strategic relationship that will bring exclusive entertainment news to the big screen in NCM’s FirstLook pre-show program, seen by more than 700 million moviegoers every year.