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Old 04-05-2013, 02:40 AM   #176
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Parts of Batman Begins were filmed in Iceland weren't they

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I bet Nolan saw Prometheus.

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I bet Nolan saw Prometheus.
I'll bet that too, being that he's a Ridley Scott fan.

But, I'll also bet he already shot there for Batman Begins.

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Yes they were.

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And took notes on what NOT to do when writing a sci-fi script.

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i also was thinking about Oblivion. maybe he watched the featurette video hahahha
This one? probably. heh


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Old 04-05-2013, 01:39 PM   #183
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And took notes on what NOT to do when writing a sci-fi script.
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Old 04-05-2013, 03:09 PM   #184
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And took notes on what NOT to do when writing a sci-fi script.
Meh, it wasn't that bad. And the atmosphere, tension and visuals more than made up for some of the so-so writing. Yeah, I really liked Prometheus.

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Nolan throw some money to these guys to adapt this device to an Imax camera.

http://vimeo.com/63357898

That's still one of the big restrains of the format. I know in Rises they had one of the best operators in the world to do the steady shots (Sakamoto) , but its just very difficult , the body takes a huge strain to have more dynamic shots.

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That's still one of the big restrains of the format. I know in Rises they had one of the best operators in the world to do the steady shots (Sakamoto) , but its just very difficult , the body takes a huge strain to have more dynamic shots.
The President of IMAX said smaller, lighter cameras are in the works:
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Due to the weight and sound generated by the IMAX cameras no feature film has been shot entirely in the format, but Cripps confirmed that more nimble, lightweight digital cameras are being "actively developed".

"The cameras we have are big and bulky - directors love the image that comes out of them, they're just hard to work with," he said. "I think it'd be great to see a whole movie in IMAX, that would be fabulous."
http://www.digitalspy.com/movies/new...ew-cripps.html

The article also confirmed IMAX cameras will be used for filming Interstellar.

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The President of IMAX said smaller, lighter cameras are in the works: http://www.digitalspy.com/movies/new...ew-cripps.html

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Nolan likes film (celluloid) - especially jumbo (true) IMAX film. I'm not sure he'd be that interested in digital (even if has the IMAX name - see "LieMAX").

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I think he might be converted if a digital camera gives, in his perception, the exact same picture quality as a film camera does. Arri Alexa already comes very very close to replicating the film look. Those Imax Digital cameras might be finally bridge the gap, or not.

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I think he might be converted if a digital camera gives, in his perception, the exact same picture quality as a film camera does. Arri Alexa already comes very very close to replicating the film look. Those Imax Digital cameras might be finally bridge the gap, or not.
I don't know. The moment he got used to 15 perf 65 mm ...it will be hard to go back to another style.

I never take position in this digital vs film , because i always find it a bit petty and i like both. I also don't work for fuji , kodak or sony or red...so i dont need to lie to myself (like some guys do ). Both have advantages and disadvantages. I think it will be sad when film stops because there's no labs (although in china , hk , japan and india ...and a little in europe there's still a lot of stock and people working in that area outside the two majors).

With that said , i don't think the goal should be replicating film look...because then just use film. They have entirely different colorspaces , film logarithmic will never be fully replicated. Todays i think there is still a large difference between formats , specifically in field of view.

And i dont think i have a great eye , but put me two projected videos in a big screen with skin tones and i'll tell you which one is digital and which one is film. That's probably the one aspect i still dislike in digital photography...those flat tones compared to film are just enormous.

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Old 04-06-2013, 03:32 PM   #190
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I like both too; also it depends on the cinematographer and director to make sure the visuals look good.

Personally I don't think film will ever die. Well, there will always be a market for it. If the big big companies stop producing film stock, a new and smaller company would take over its spot. Everything is circular. Look at vinyl; it's back and is a small but growing industry again.

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Old 04-06-2013, 03:39 PM   #191
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And i dont think i have a great eye , but put me two projected videos in a big screen with skin tones and i'll tell you which one is digital and which one is film. That's probably the one aspect i still dislike in digital photography...those flat tones compared to film are just enormous.
I have to disagree. Digital doesn't look flat when used properly (see: Skyfall, Person of Interest, Sherlock, Zero Dark Thirty, Avengers, Drive, Hugo).

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It doesnt look flat at all indeed, this is preconceived ideas about digital, but yeah, it's easy to tell.

These days, I'd say the best looking movies are shot digitally, but that's because more and more are being shot digitally.

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Nolan throw some money to these guys to adapt this device to an Imax camera.

http://vimeo.com/63357898

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this is what i like. young people doing something new to help directors. giving them new options. the more freedom the better.



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It doesnt look flat at all indeed, this is preconceived ideas about digital, but yeah, it's easy to tell.

These days, I'd say the best looking movies are shot digitally, but that's because more and more are being shot digitally.
Really? The Master was probably the best looking American film of last year shot on pristine 65mm.

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To all hypsters who want this movie to be even more amazing please read.

I will not visit this thread again until I watch the movie, I will avoid all possible clips/screenshots/and trailers and of course spoilers. Every C.Nolan film is semi-ruined because I know everything that is going to happen. I want to experience a C.Nolan film without even knowing really what it is because it would make it 100x better.


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Can we stop calling him C. Nolan? It's bumming me out.

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