hope it also is released on iTunes so I can buy and watch soon
Don't get me wrong, i own a ton of Reds, but still, nothing beats real film.
I watched a restored print of Kubrick & Alcott's Barry Lyndon last night at Arclight. 3 hours of pure cinematic bliss.
And this is all I could say. Film is dead, long live the Film.
Please stop with the film is dead nonsense. It is only in the past year with the release of the Epic, Alexa, and Sony 35 that digital has been a serious threat to film. All of these digital cameras are still trying to achieve that film look. It is only now that digital has come close to equaling the resolution, look, and dynamic range of film. Digital now has some advantages over film ie, more resolution cleaner images for FX work, but film has yet to be beaten
Over the next 5 years film will lose its foothold as the #1 way to shoot movies (it's already happening). It will become a choice just like shooting on digital. Then digital will be close enough to equalling what film can do, and will be far cheaper to use and film will slowly fade away. Digital will take over and film will become a novelty. Once film processing can no longer survive film will die.
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