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colcam at aim.com
Fri Dec 4 17:47:02 EST 2015
I do not have an opposition to film. Remember, I was the guy with four 35c bodies, two 35h bodies, eleven Arri 2c bodies-- and eighty one lenses, including a LOMO anamorphic set of nine and an original Cinemascope set of five. I also had a fair assortment of 16mm and super16, too, and I used the stuff. I know film, and what it can do.
The problem is the content and producers of the work and their proven track records, pushing this out so it makes a quick buck but undercuts anyone else because it "proves" something that only the guys in the corner office understand. Kill Bill made money-- but undermined other releases for years. This is set up to drive another nail in the coffin of film.
From: Patrick O'Donnell <odonnell.law at gmail.com>
Colcam,Maybe you can explain what your opposition to film is? Because I get thesense that you feel like it's a gimmick but I don't know why.Thanks,PatrickOn Fri, Dec 4, 2015 at 12:28 AM, Andrew Overtoom <overtoom at mac.com> wrote:> Okay, I read them -- now what? Sounds like they did a good job. Btw the> Weinstein Co did Carol too, shot on 16mm. The other side of the film> platter, so to speak. I saw it last week at the DGA theater here in Los> Angeles. Its beautiful.>> -Andrew>> Sent from where I am, to where you are... through a series of tubes>> > On Dec 3, 2015, at 5:58 PM, colcam at aim.com wrote:> >> >> >> >> > Go to DEADLINE.com and look for these two stories:> >> >> >> > How Weinstein Co. Distribution Chief Erik Lomis Rescued 70MM Cinema For> Quentin Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful Eight’> >> >> >> >> > and> >> >> >> >> >> > Harvey Weinstein To HFPA And Golden Globes: 'The Hateful Eight' Is A> Comedy!> >> >> >> >> >> >> >
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