Supporting roles often get the most authentic looks
There's irony in the fact that while black-and-white aficionado Woody Allen imagined the lost generation in "Midnight in Paris" with painterly color, French director Michel Hazanavicius traveled to…
The Emmy-nominated productions for non-fiction cinematography have little in common but striking results.
Nearly nine months ago, Gotham lab DuArt ended the film services it had offered to the biz since 1922.
The rallying cry of the first fiber-to-the-home interactive projects of the mid-'90s was "the last mile" -- a phrase referring to the final connection from the cable trunk line to the subscriber.
The easiest way to start a fight at the Eddie Awards: Shout that you prefer to edit pictures with either Avid or Final Cut.
Since 2004, Harry B. Miller III has conducted an informal annual survey of his colleagues in the American Cinema Editors to determine what equipment and technology they use in the editing room, the…
Once dependent on a combination of electromechanical antiques and multimillion dollar suites, many post houses have taken advantage of Moore's Law and typically offer both Avid and Final Cut -- and…
Monday's news that Apple topper Steve Jobs is taking medical leave is sure to prompt speculation about Apple's commitment to Final Cut.
The execs behind the Disney deals of 2010.
A look at execs Ronald Goes and Nick Southgate.
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