• by Bolaji O
    The Venice International Film Festival has become its own pop-culture phenomenon. Brendan Fraser is back and better than ever, Don’t Worry Darling’s premiere came with tension and spitting allegations, and Ana de Armas met the icon @ArmasUpdates (and also revealed she may have been haunted by Marilyn Monroe.) It feels like every film’s PR team […]
  • by Bolaji O
    Steven Spielberg premiered his much-anticipated “The Fabelmans” to thunderous applause at the Toronto International Film Festival, debuting his most autobiographical film and one the 75-year-old filmmaker said he’s been building toward his whole life. Source: Steven Spielberg debuts his movie memoir ‘The Fabelmans’ – WHEC.com
  • by Bolaji O
    Cinema PTZ cameras armed with full-frame sensors sound like a legit idea that might be requested as well. However, when analyzing the options and possibilities regarding the utilization of cinema PTZ cameras, we ended up asking ourselves — For what is it good for? Source: Do Full-Frame PTZ Cameras Have A Place in Filmmaking? – […]
  • by Bolaji O
    It may be time to rethink that trip away. Source: From Hostel to The Wicker Man, Horror Cinema’s Least Friendly Locals
  • by Bolaji O
    The Fischer Theatre has partnered with the Paragon Ragtime Orchestra to receive funding from the National Endowment for the Arts to present a live performance. It is titled “The Kings of Comedy” and will feature the orchestra performing live film scores to three films, one each from Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd at […]
  • by Bolaji O
    It seems there will be no paid royalties on this one. Nikon has just answered RED’s lawsuit, and it denies almost all infringements regarding the compressed raw patents of RED Digital Cinema. Source: Nikon Denies and Fights Back RED’s Lawsuit – YMCinema – News & Insights on Digital Cinema
  • by Bolaji O
    LOOK Dine-In Cinemas is closing a deal to move into the space left vacant by Landmark Theatres on W57th Street — and as well as big screen blockbusters, they’ll serve food and cocktails. Source: EXCLUSIVE: LOOK Cinemas Plans to Revive Movie Theater at VIA57 with Screen and Dine Combo
  • by Bolaji O
    In a recent interview, James Cameron (once again) justifies the necessity of 3D cinematography and says it’s only the beginning of it. Camron expects this complex 3D methodology will be heavily implemented in future blockbusters. Source: James Cameron Says It’s Only The Beginning of 3D Cinematography – YMCinema – News & Insights on Digital Cinema
  • by Bolaji O
    Although this is not a debate, at least not for our readers, it constitutes a pretty intriguing discussion. A fairly educating visualization was crafted by using multiple recourses (Idc, CIPA Japan, Gartner, and Canalys) by YT user James Eagle, which shows the taking over of smartphones, by negatively impacting camera sales. Yes, we know, it’s […]
  • by Bolaji O
    For those familiar with Middle Eastern cinema, The Blue Caftan is quite the miracle. Breaking taboos and delivering a message of tolerance and acceptance while never falling into the trap of morally judging its characters, this is a film that deserves to be celebrated for its sheer audacity at a time when several Arab filmmakers […]

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