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National Association of Theatre Owners president John Fithian caused a stir with a real head-scratcher that has kept resonating among theater owners and some studio executives when he stated he waited to watch this year’s Oscar-winning Best Picture 12 Years A Slave at home, rather than at a cinema.
Writer-director Christopher Nolan isn't convinced that digital formats can compare to 35mm film and he wasn't shy about telling the crowd of exhibitors at CinemaCon his belief that film is the "best" way to project an image.
Any camera assistant worth their salt will pull focus using nothing more than a few measurements, their eyes, and a follow focus. But it's become increasingly common to indulge in the bad habit of looking at a monitor – instead of a subject – when pulling focus. SO why is that a bad habit?
“If cinema stands still, it will lose,” says Ted Schilowitz, tech firm Barco’s newly anointed “cinemaVangelist” sitting in front of a demonstration of what he hopes will be his next disruptive technology: a wraparound screen system dubbed Escape.
Exhibition execs face several controversial matters, but “there’s peace in the homeland” in their relationships with studios, NATO‘s John Fithian said in his annual joint press meeting with MPAA‘s Chris Dodd at the CinemaCon confab.
A record-breaking $3.6 billion year in China drove the global box office to a record $35.9 billion in 2013. It's the first time that grosses from any country other than the U.S. have topped $3 billion.
Yon Pomrenze, 35, and Connor Fieldman Boals, 26, first tried to talk their way in through the main gate to the center in lower Manhattan, much of which is still a construction site, according to the police account. One was holding a video camera, the other had a video camera strapped to his head.
Iconic British filmmaker Ken Loach has developed a very particular talent throughout his 20+ films: capturing performances that ring so true that it always feels like Loach has simply put on a invisible coat and shot real people living their life without asking them permission.